Cyber security blog

The latest cyber security insight from CORVID

Gemma Sirett

Recent Posts:

11 security mistakes putting your company at risk (and what to do about them)

Cyber attacks are inevitable. Regardless of the size of your business or the sector you operate in, if you’re connected to the internet, cyber criminals will try their luck.

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Spotting email compromise in law firms: users vs. technology

The legal sector presents the perfect playground for cyber attackers, with sensitive data waiting to be exploited and the reputations of law firms waiting to be destroyed.

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Three reasons the education sector is a prime target for cyber attacks

The education sector is fast becoming a prime target for cyber attacks. Universities and research centres have faced repeated attacks, with more than 200 institutions reporting over 1,000 attempts last year to...

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How to effectively manage, detect and respond to a data breach

78% of businesses cite cyber security as a high priority for their organisation’s senior management. While it is encouraging that this figure has risen year-on-year, generating awareness of cyber security is...

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Four questions you need to answer after a cyber attack

Cyber attacks are inevitable, but it’s how you deal with them that can make or break your business. Have you got all the answers, and do you fully understand their implications? Can you be sure the attack...

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Is email security training a waste of your time?

Given the volume of high-profile cyber attacks making headlines, it’s little wonder the government is urging organisations to step up their cyber and email security training[1]. But can user training ever hope...

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Why your most trusted employee could be your biggest threat

95% of cyber security breaches are due to human error[1]. It could be you. The best bit? You probably won’t even know you’re doing something wrong. You have inadvertently just become an unintentional insider...

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Want an easy way to save yourself £35k? Delete emails from your CEO

You’re a financial controller. You get an email from your CEO (who’s abroad on business) addressing you by your first name, apologising for the email late on a Friday, but requesting you urgently make a...

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