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Use Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for all logins Multi-Factor Authentication requires a user to provide two or more methods of identity verification. These could be a password, security code or even biometric authentication such ass fingerprint or iris scan. The goal of MFA is to create a more difficult process for an unauthorised user to hack. If one factor is compromised, the attacker still needs to bypass another...

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Phishing is a common form of cyber attack. The attacker gathers personal information, which can include passwords or credit card numbers through emails that are disguised as from a trusted sender, such as a bank. They often include a link to an external scam website. Some phishing attempts are easy to spot. You have probably received an email riddled with spelling errors or the formatting doesn’t...

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A Technology or IT audit is a review of the software applications, web services, operating systems, and server networks that are used within a business. It is essential that these systems are audited regularly to identify any risks and opportunities for improvement. These risks could be potential system outages, data security risks, or hardware issues. It is also important from a compliance perspective. Whilst IT audits...

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A Virtual Chief Information Officer, or vCIO performs the same tasks as an in-house CIO, remotely, and at a fraction of the cost. Their role is to oversee the business’s entire IT infrastructure. Think of them as high-level technology expert with extensive knowledge of business systems and processes. The first step once getting a vCIO on board, is to assess your current systems, hardware and software...

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