Let’s talk… Keeping cybercriminals away from your backups (on-demand)
Join our backup experts to discover the technologies and best practices that ensure an ‘air-gap’ between your live systems and your backup.
Let’s talk… Formulating a cyber security strategy (on-demand)
If you want a condensed overview of the key security challenges faced and the types of solutions available, all inside 1 hour, then this session is for you.
Let’s talk… The human factor in email phishing (on-demand)
Watch this episode to find out how phishing emails can be one of the largest threats to an organisation and what you can do today to avoid becoming a victim in the future.
Cybercriminals and software: a means to a malicious end
Find out how cybercriminals have evolved their tactics to exploit software vulnerabilities, even the biggest vendors struggle to keep up.
3 ways to keep your end-users secure
Read our blog to find out three core areas you should consider to develop a security practice that is built into the workspace architecture.
Ransomware: when will it stop?
Tim Simons, Head of Security Services, blogs about today’s ransomware tactics and explores our options to stop or at least slow down the rise in cases.
Email phishing: Why do we still get hooked?
How does ransomware get into organisations? 95% of successful attacks are human error, due to email phishing attacks. So how do we still get hooked?
Let’s talk… Disarming hackers (on-demand)
In this episode of Let’s Talk Data! UK, we’ll explore the cybercrime underworld and hear of a real-world hacking story, how it was managed and key learnings from the experience.
Let’s talk people, patching and phishing | Proact Let’s Talk Data Podcast
Get to know your devices, understand your vulnerabilities and build up a picture of your environment, says Jackie Riley, Head of Cyber Security at Glasgow Caledonian University. One of Jackie’s old students is now …
Learning from the recent cyber attack on SEPA
What can we learn from the cyber attack on SEPA back in December 2019? UK Security Operations Lead, Euan Birch, tells us his thoughts.