SecureTour17 - UK’s Leading Free Cybersecurity Conference Returns For 2017

SecureTour17 - UK’s Leading Free Cybersecurity Conference Returns For 2017

For a 6th consecutive year Foursys, along with selected partners, are holding free cyber security conferences up and down the country throughout the month of May.

March 15 2017 | Published by Andy Wool | Announcements Blog Foursys News Industry News

Training end-users on cybersecurity is now a doddle!... And free!

Training end-users on cybersecurity is now a doddle!... And free!

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.

March 01 2017 | Published by Andy Wool | Blog Foursys News Industry News Product Updates

It’s still January, there’s still time to make 2017 the most successful year yet by utilising IoT

It’s still January, there’s still time to make 2017 the most successful year yet by utilising IoT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing all elements of our lives as we know it. Business is no exception to this. Here are 7 ways in which Forbes suggest IoT will change business for you in the not so distant future. So if you're not currently ready for the IoT changes coming in 2017, here's a head start on the impact IoT and it's devices will have on your business over the next 12 months.

January 20 2017 | Published by Jennifer Bullock | Blog Industry News

How to hack a Tesla car in two minutes!

How to hack a Tesla car in two minutes!

This week the guys at Promon taught us how to hack a Tesla car in two-minutes. We look at this video and comment on how easy it really is and the security levels Tesla, and other app developers, need to go to, to ensure their users are safe from such basic hacks. 

December 01 2016 | Published by Andy Wool | Blog Foursys News Industry News

Hack enables Tesla car to be stolen

Hack enables Tesla car to be stolen

A couple of clever guys from a Norwegian based security research firm called Promon have managed to hack a Tesla through a bit of social engineering and readily available malware on the car owner’s mobile device.

November 28 2016 | Published by Andy Wool | Blog Industry News