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Your Cybercrime Insurance Policy May Not Cover You For Social Engineering Fraud
6th December 2017
Cybercrime fraud caused by social engineering fraud may NOT be covered by cybercrime insurance. Social engineering is a tactic being increasingly used by the cyber criminals targeted at company employees that one would hope IS covered!... read more>>

Poor Security Persists at FTSE 100
30th November 2017
IT security vendor Anomali has just published a new security report showing the UK’s FTSE 100 companies have been subjected to over 439 suspicious Domain registrations this year, 2017. The Banking sector had the most with the Energy sector in second place.... read more>>

Expanding Your Online Presence
12th November 2017
At a time when most firms are keen to secure that elusive first page listing on Google, Bing and the others, The Bureau’s Insurance Broker Directory at http://www.theinsurancebrokerdirectory.co.uk/ is a good place to start.... read more>>

Secure Communications Becoming a Must
23rd October 2017
Email is the preferred method of communication for a lot of organisations; it is fast and efficient. It is also the method of deception chosen by cyber attackers.... read more>>

How Secure Are Your Data Back-ups?
20th September 2017
Having a viable data back-up/s is obviously important and what a firm will rely on in case their data becomes corrupt, is lost, stolen or held to ransom. Watch-out though, in the age of cyber-crime there are no guarantees.... read more>>

Cyber Security – Keeping Your Eye On The Ball
14th September 2017
Since cyber-crime is still evolving the techniques being used by the cyber criminals continue to develop making the task of mitigating the threats and our vulnerabilities an uphill struggle, resulting in some attacks slipping through a firm's usual cyber defences. Whilst those responsible for their firm's IT security are busy dealing with the current threats it is all too easy to miss the new and emerging ones, forcing them to always play catch-up.... read more>>

Social Media can say a lot about your brand and what it stands for
31st August 2017
With so much focus on ensuring our Facebook, Twitter or Linked In social media accounts are up-to-date with timely and interesting news and comments, it is all too easy to forget about how the pages look. ... read more>>

Cyber-crime and security talk goes down well with Leeds CII
23rd August 2017
The Bureau's Talk, ‘Ignorance is no defence’, is doing the rounds with the most recent talk given to Leeds CII at Leeds Town hall last month. About 90 brokers and insurers came along to hear more about cyber-crime and the threats posed to organisations in all business sectors, including the insurance industry.... read more>>

Cyber Security - simple steps
14th August 2017
Twenty or so years ago most employees did not have a computer on their desk and they certainly did not have a mobile phone. Today both are the norm offering us all the ability to communicate with our work colleagues down the corridor to a client on the other side of the World. Until recently this amazing power has had few restrictions leaving employees to their own devices, so to speak.... read more>>

Your business will be hacked. Are you prepared for it?
26th July 2017
It does not matter what your business is called or what it does. Cyber criminals have long lists of IP addresses that they target in batches. They don’t know from the IP who you are or what you do but if you are on the list you will receive a phishing or ransomware email scam. ... read more>>

1 - 10 of 168
Your Cybercrime Insurance Policy May Not Cover You For Social Engineering Fraud
6th December 2017
Poor Security Persists at FTSE 100
30th November 2017
Expanding Your Online Presence
12th November 2017
Secure Communications Becoming a Must
23rd October 2017
How Secure Are Your Data Back-ups?
20th September 2017
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