UK government accused of using Westminster attacks for ‘unnecessary and intrusive’ surveillance…

UK government accused of using Westminster attacks for ‘unnecessary and intrusive’ surveillance…

It has now come to light that the Ministry of Defence's former cyber security chief has accused the government of 'using' the attack last week to gain access to; 'unnecessary and intrusive' surveillance powers.

March 27 2017 | Published by Jennifer Bullock | Blog

Ethical Hacking Course Dates and Venues for 2017!

Ethical Hacking Course Dates and Venues for 2017!

We have just released our Essential Ethical Hacking Courses for 2017! With 12 courses all over the UK you'll be sure to find one convenient to you that will help better protect your organisation from targeted attacks.

January 13 2017 | Published by Andy Wool | Announcements Blog Foursys News

5 Cybersecurity Resolutions Every Business Should Make in 2017

5 Cybersecurity Resolutions Every Business Should Make in 2017

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.

January 11 2017 | Published by Andy Wool | Blog

Google pays white hat hackers $56.5k for reporting bugs

Google pays white hat hackers $56.5k for reporting bugs

After finding 33 Chrome vulnerabilities with the release of version 53, Google is financially rewarding hackers who come forward with the weaknesses they discover.

September 02 2016 | Published by Jennifer Bullock | Blog

New dates for one-day ethical hacking courses released

New dates for one-day ethical hacking courses released

A new batch of our ever popular one-day ethical hacking courses have been released across the UK. The courses offer a full day of white hat hacking skills with a mix of theory and practical labs.

July 28 2016 | Published by Andy Wool | Blog Foursys News