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What Is Social Engineering?

Social engineering is the act of manipulating and taking advantage of the weakest link in any organisation’s IT security defences: people. This can also sometimes be known as “people hacking” and involves malic...

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Guess What? Your SaaS Data Needs Backup Too!

Whether your organisation depends on Office 365 or G Suite, Software As A Service providers or more commonly known as SaaS applications helps us collaborate and connect, regardless of location, to get work done...

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What is Multi-factor authentication?

Multi-Factor authentication or more commonly known as MFA provides an additional layer of security by confirming your identity with extra information in order to access an account, in addition to a username and...

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Using Public Wi-Fi? You may be at risk!

Everywhere you go now; there are these free wireless internet signs. Public Wi-Fi can be found in popular public places like airports, coffee shops, shopping centres, restaurants, hotels and more — and it allow...

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Office 365 Business and Ransomware

For small to midsized businesses, Microsoft Windows-based systems remain dominant. Windows continues to be the operating system most widely used on desktops and laptops. Moreover, Microsoft Office remains the m...

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Tips to make your workforce a security front line

Cybersecurity is something that is constantly on our mind here at National PC. This is because, according to Bloomberg, cyber security related issues costs companies around $400 Billion a year on average. One o...

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3 Reasons Why You Should Implement Web Filtering in the Workplace

The Internet, one of our most useful and revolutionary technologies, can also have a significant impact on staff productivity and security. Web Filtering, also known as a content filter, a web filter is an appl...

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Newest Wi-Fi Version Will Be Called Wi-Fi 6

A new Wi-Fi version has landed, and it’s bringing some important changes. Wi-Fi 802.11ax, now named Wi-Fi 6 to lessen confusion, is set to improve speed and performance and better prepare for a wireless f...

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Business Email Compromise Continue to Rise

In a report recently authored by ProofPoint, has delivered some staggering findings for businesses. Between Q4 2017 and Q4 2018, there has been an explosive 476% growth in Business Email Compromised attacks, wh...