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Cyberlab become a Trusted Partner for the EMCRC

Cyberlab are absolutely delighted to become a Trusted Partner with the East Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre (EMCRC) helping businesses within the five East Midlands counties fight cyber crime. The EMCRC is one of ten new cyber resilience centres to open … Read More

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43% grant funding for manufacturing businesses

The grant is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to support the cost of working with an external expert/coach of your choice to implement a pre-agreed improvement project. How much funding can I get? The maximum project value … Read More

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COVID-19 Cyber Threat

Given the global pandemic the majority of organisations are adjusting to remote working in an effort to mitigate the threat posed to employees. Unfortunately, attackers are inventing new ways to exploit a business during these uncertain and unprecedented times. Below … Read More

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A new era for Cyber Essentials

What is changing? Today (1st April 2020) marks the day the IASME Consortium takes over the delivery of the National Cyber Security Centre’s (NCSC) Cyber Essentials scheme. The scheme, which is an important part of the NCSC’s portfolio, teaches businesses how … Read More

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Travelex – How not to handle a Cyber Incident

What happened? On New Year’s eve as parties were in full swing and everyone was busy considering their new year resolutions, criminals put a devastating stop to any celebrations at Travelex. The Travelex network was infected with ransomware encrypting business … Read More

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What is a social engineering attack?

Who presents the most dangerous threat inside your business? Most organisations would be surprised to know that overly helpful employees can be far more dangerous than the stereotypical “disgruntled employee”. Social engineering is a type of insider threat. Insider threats … Read More

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Windows 7 – End of life, are you prepared?

What is happening? Microsoft are retiring a number of operating systems to End of Life to focus their efforts on supporting new technologies. Microsoft actually ended mainstream support for Windows 7 on January 13, 2015, which meant new features stopped … Read More

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Why your business should monitor the Dark Web

What is the Dark Web? The internet has three main parts to it: surface web, deep web, and dark web. The surface web makes up about 10% of the whole internet, and includes anything that anyone can find by entering terms in a … Read More

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Could your business survive a cyber attack?

In a recent EMEA Solarwinds survey businesses were asked, ‘how long could you survive without your business data’, and 31% said they couldn’t survive beyond a week. This frightening statistic highlights the magnitude of the disruption a cyber attack can … Read More

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