The biggest Cyber-attacks of 2019 so far

    • The biggest Cyber-attacks of 2019 so far

      • Jordan Hackford

      Data breaches and cyber attacks are the new normal.

      What can you, as a business owner, learn from some of the biggest companies that have had data breaches?

      In this article, we will be outlining some of

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    • The 3 most common email phishing techniques

      • Jordan Hackford

      We’re sure you’ll agree when we state that receiving scam & phishing emails are almost a daily occurrence in 2019.

      No matter how good your IT system is, cybercriminals are always finding better ways to bypass IT security systems.

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    • Why should you secure your scaffold?

      • Jordan Hackford
      A scaffolding alarm system helps prevent theft of expensive equipment when workers are not on site, and also prevents unauthorized persons gaining access to buildings and roofs that would otherwise be inaccessible.
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    • Office 365, Moving Beyond Email, Part 2 Additional Applications

      • Jordan Hackford
      Microsoft Office 365 is used by thousands of people worldwide, professionally and personally. However, a lot of the users only touch the tip of the iceberg when using Office 365. In this blog post, ESP Projects will walk you through some of the additional applications available, covering some of the best products in the software range.
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    • What are Web Applications?

      • Jordan Hackford
      You may have come across the term web applications before today, but are you aware of the many different types of web applications available and how they can benefit your business? In this blog post, we’ll cover all of the basics of what a web application actually is as well as the pros and cons that come with them.
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    • The Ultimate GDPR Guide

      • Jordan Hackford

      The General Data Protection Regulation was first proposed in 2012, and what followed was four years of discussions, debates, and amendments, with the regulation finally adopted by the European Parliament in 2016. Countries, companies, and organisations were given two years to comply, with the regulation being enforced from 25 May 2018. What originally seemed like a reasonable amount of time to prepare has passed quickly, and at the time of this writing, enforcement of the GDPR is barely 3-months away.

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