NSCS Urges UK Organisations To Bolster Security

As the ever-looming potential of conflict in the east of Europe intensifies and shows no signs of slowing down the UK government has issued a stark warning to businesses regarding the increased risk of cyber-attacks from Russian and Belarusian cyber attackers. Recently within the last week it had been noted by Ukraine’s Government Cyber Defence team that[…]

IP Switchover

IP Switchover

The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) is being switched off in 2025. What does this IP switchover mean for you? At the end of 2025 the traditional telephone network, which includes fixed lines and services in the Public Switch Telephone Network (PSTN) will be switched off. This is because Openreach is looking to move to[…]

Ransomware Decryption Service

Our article this week will focus on a project created to help businesses and individuals alike unlock their devices after a ransomware attack. The project, named “No More Ransom!” is a collaboration between National High Tech Crime Unit of Netherlands’ police, the European Crime Centre, Kaspersky and McAfee, and is designed to provide a way[…]


Attack Library: Clickjacking

This week the Attack Library mini-series will focus on Clickjacking attacks – what they are, and how to defend against them. A Clickjacking Attack, also known as a UI (User Interface) Redress Attack, is used by malicious threat actors to trick users into being redirected or submitting information without their consent or knowledge. To perform[…]


Where to Start Cyber Security Training

Cyber security consists of processes and technologies designed to protect systems, networks, people and data from cyber attacks. In the UK, whether at home or at work, the majority of us are reliant on digital communication and online services, and this can result in an exposure to cyber security risks. Although the impact of cybercrime[…]