Managed Wi-Fi - Do I need it?
This is a question only you can answer, however, as you are reading this, do you have the feintest clue how many devices are connected to your corporate Wi-Fi, or what they are doing? How many are legitimate corporate devices?
Alexandra Grozea - Wednesday, 21 August 2019
Complacency is not an option when it comes to Cyber Security
2017 saw more than 4 in 10 businesses experience cyber security breaches or attacks and more than 7 in 10 larger business and charities with turnovers greater than £5m experience similar breaches and attacks. The question is, will it be your turn next?
Bart - Thursday, 02 August 2018
GDPR Workshop - February 2018
Are you ready for GDPR? soVision IT is inviting you at a GDPR training course which we think would be beneficial to your business.
Bart - Thursday, 08 February 2018
Are you ready for the TOP 5 BIG Changes that are coming in 2018?
GDPR compliance - are you ready for May? Does your business have the necessary security processes in place to protect your business from cyber-attack? Have your staff been trained to spot fraudulent activity?
Bart - Monday, 08 January 2018
When was the last time your network was audited for Safety, Security & Scalability?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires your business to make maximum effort in protecting the data of your partners, clients and employees. Even with a robust data protection system in place, an internal or external breach could still open your company up to liability if every precaution has not been taken.
Bart - Monday, 18 December 2017
Top 7 Protection Measures Against Hackers
A basic level of protection against hackers and malware can be achieved through using firewalls, anti-malware, the correct browser settings and the use of strong passwords. Here is what every company should do to avoid becoming a victim of malware or malicious activity:
Bart - Thursday, 24 August 2017
Everybody is talking about cyber security, but just a few are mentioning backup!
Two massive ransomware attacks - WannaCry and Petya - have caused in a month chaos and disruption worldwide, forcing multiple companies to shut down their operations.
Ransomware is here to stay and is only going to get more dangerous as cybercriminals move towards increasingly sophisticated forms of cryptographic malware.
Bart - Thursday, 27 July 2017
Microsoft 365, the one-stop subscription for Office & Windows
Microsoft 365 is the one-stop subscription for Office 365, Windows 10 and Enterprise Mobility + Security delivering a complete ad secure solution to businesses of all sizes.
Bart - Wednesday, 12 July 2017
Cyber Essentials Certification continues for soVision IT
soVision IT has successfully renewed its Cyber Essentials Certification for the fourth consecutive year
Alexandra Grozea - Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Why use an ISMS?
Information Security Management Systems can be viewed like the brakes on a car.
While brakes are often viewed as a means of stopping, they are a key safety feature on the car that allow the car to operate successfully without incident.
Bart - Tuesday, 27 June 2017
How to Protect yourself and your business from Malware
Please feel free to download and share this guide explaining possible threats and giving solutions on how to avoid them or what to do once infected. It’s completely free and yours to help everybody avoid a possible disaster!
Bart - Tuesday, 23 May 2017
How to protect your business from hackers accessing Wi-Fi networks
Thousands of computer networks can be accessed in a few minutes by a hacker, even if complicated passwords are used.
Bart - Thursday, 23 February 2017
Is the Locky ransomware getting ready for a massive attack?
Just a few days ago Cisco announced that Locky may be getting ready for a massive ransomware spam campaign after researchers noticed traces of traffic from the hitherto dormant Necrus botnet.
Bart - Monday, 13 February 2017
4 simple steps to disaster-proof your business & your data
One of the most valuable assets in your company is your data and you should always do everything you can to make sure you don't lose any of it.
Bart - Monday, 13 February 2017
The average failure rate of disk & tape drives is 100%!
Thousands of businesses lose millions of pounds’ worth of data to disasters such as equipment failure, fires, power outages, and theft. Often just from simple human error.
Bart - Sunday, 22 January 2017