Charities are, sadly, a frequent victim of varieties of cybercrime. We’ve listed our best steps to take to ensure you’re protected. Get proactive about it today
Discover the purpose of penetration testing and why it's important for your business. ramsac explore the benefits and risks that come with pen tests.
Discover how secure your business’ data is and how data backup and disaster recovery can mitigate the impact of data loss with ramsac’s helpful guide.
A zero-day threat is an attack that exploits a potentially serious software security weakness that the vendor or software developer may be unaware of. This blog explains what it is, what problems it causes for businesses, and how they can...
Cybercrime is everywhere online. As well as this, cyber-risks are increasingly harder to identify as cyber-crime becomes more sophisticated and harder to identify. With threats posed by everything from social media through to...
The 28th of January is Data Protection day, to mark this day we have created a blog with tips on how people can keep their personal data safe on social media.
Cybersecurity is constantly evolving, in this blog we recommend which areas organisations need to focus on to improve their cybersecurity defences as we move into 2021
UK businesses must take Cybersecurity and Risk Management seriously as we move into 2021, in this blog Rob May give his thoughts on Microsoft's take on this in their latest report on UK competitiveness.
Do your board members have certificates to prove their cybersecurity training? ramsac have created two different board certified cybersecurity training workshops to help your organisation be compliant
Password security is vital for cybersecurity protection. Password Boss is a password manager that securely stores all a users passwords and gives them access to the passwords from any device.
Having been around for a few decades now, it will be no surprise that email scams have become increasingly sophisticated. In this blog we review the common email scams to be aware of and how to avoid them.