Global cybercrime threats in 2024, and what to look out for

May 10, 2024By Brett RoweCyber Security, Data security, IT security weak links, Network Access Control, Phishing, Ransomware, Technology

As technology continues to evolve, cybercrime is also growing at pace. Attackers are employing ever-more sophisticated tactics to target individuals, businesses and critical infrastructure. As of May 2024, it was reported that there were 35,900,145,035 known data breaches so far this year in 9,478 publicly disclosed incidents

Cybersecurity in education – the latest trends

March 23, 2024By Brett RoweCyber Security, Technology

Many education institutions are now using digital tools to put educational materials online, track student progress, share research and manage operations. However, by hosting a wealth of data online, it makes them increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks. Education is among the sectors that experience the most cyberattacks, including healthcare, finance and retail. According to Check Point’s … Read More

How Machine Learning can Enhance your Cybersecurity

November 30, 2023By Brett RoweTechnology

Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly refined, meaning that conventional cybersecurity measures struggle to keep up. However, the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) has opened up new opportunities for developing and implementing AI-based cybersecurity technologies and systems that can help combat cybercrime.

8 Cyber Attacks That Threaten Your Business

April 20, 2021By Andrew RadfordCyber Security, Technology

A data breach can have disastrous results for any business. By 2025, the estimated damage from cybercriminal activity will cost $10.5 trillion globally (source). Given the striking statistics, Securus Communications urges companies of all sizes to prioritise data security. Your organisation must invest in robust cybersecurity defence and supporting systems to mitigate these cyber-attacks. Today’s threat landscape … Read More