The darkest side of hacking has come to light as a young woman speaks out about her hugely distressing experience with a spear phisher last month. Requesting not a monetary payment but a sex show instead, in return for all of her personal photographs and videos…
At Foursys we are seeing a real increase in requests from customers who need help improving their weakest security link. Their end-users. So we thought why not compile a free toolkit focusing on the ten most crucial topics for end-users to get clued up on.
Everyone can be hacked, Including you. Learn how to improve your Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook security just by focusing on your password and how cybercriminals hack Facebook.
Cybersecurity is a national and international issue, and one that concerns Governments all over the world as well as by all sizes of public and private sector organisations.
With the growth of social media, online ads, ecommerce and online banking, social engineering is a now a widely practiced criminal activity that leads to the theft of £millions each year – and it’s not limited to the consumer domain. In this article we’re going to look at how social engineering attacks can be targeted at corporate and public sector organisations, where, despite high levels of spending on IT security infrastructure and systems, levels of end user awareness and training may still be relatively low.