Cirius has reported that 97% of organisations still think that file sharing can risk information loss and 75% believe they are currently in jeopardy. So, how can companies improve their processes to minimise threats?Continue reading →
It’s no secret that many websites that the average Westerner visits on a daily basis are blocked in China. With its strict online censorship, the nation believes it is protecting national security, as well as preventing ‘dangerous’ Western ideologies, fashions and anti-state sentiments from being viewed or discussed on the internet.
Here we’ve created a brief outline of the types of sites you may struggle to access when visiting the nation:Continue reading →
In January 2017, China ordered Apple to remove the New York Times app from its app store as part of a major crackdown on apps used within the country.
China then announced that all app stores operating within its borders must register with the Cyberspace Administration. It is hoped this will help in the fight against cybercrime, as well as provide tighter controls over currently uncensored content.Continue reading →
From viruses to worms, trojans to spyware, we all know that malware is dangerous to a business network, but there are many complexities when it comes to protecting your business from them. Here we take a closer look at automatic polymorphic malware.Continue reading →
The UK cyber security workforce has grown 163% in five years, however there is still a global skills shortage for trained experts.Continue reading →
Cybercrime has grown tenfold over the last couple of years and is constantly developing so attackers can stay ahead of the trend and evade detection.
However, every few months there is a cybercrime trend that emerges – in early 2017 this is phishing scams.
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Here we explain some of the most common criminal email schemes we’re hearing about and what can be done about them.
If you frequently send secure file transfers to China, then you may like to read the latest cybersecurity news stories from the People's Republic.Continue reading →
Happy New Year from the team here at Maytech! Let’s start 2017 off right by brushing up on the latest news from tech giant China.Continue reading →
36% of IT professionals think that data loss in the cloud would be more catastrophic than if it was compromised from a data centre crashing, a survey has found. The statistics, taken from a survey of 500 IT experts by CTERA, also found that 14% would fear for their job if data was lost from the cloud.Continue reading →
As the New Year comes around every twelve months, so do predictions for the year ahead and the growing importance of cybersecurity is more relevant than ever (we wrote our own predictions for 2017 trends here ). Every year, the demand for cybersecurity increases, with the volume and complexity of online attacks expanding. Unfortunately, 2017 is no different.Continue reading →