Empowering Remote Work with Microsoft Teams

With the UK starting to get back to some sort of normality, some businesses are starting to open again whilst still allowing some staff to work from home for the time being. It is therefore crucial to ensure people stay connected and keep your business running smoothly. One of the ways you can do this [&hellip
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COVID19 Phishing Scams Targeting Passport Details

Fraudsters are targeting self-employed people in COVID-related HMRC phishing scams. Griffin Law has found a variation of the phishing attack which seeks to gain the passport details of self-employed people, along with other personal information including bank details. The scam is a text message purporting to be from HMRC informing the recipient they are due [&hellip
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Beware of “Secure DNS” Scam Targeting WordPress Users

NakedSecurity are reporting a new scam email which pretends to come from WordPress. The email claims that DNS security features will soon be added for your WordPress domain. It tells the reader to click on a link in the email to activate DNSSEC to their website. DNSSEC (domain name system security extensions) has been around [&hellip
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Your March IT Security Briefing – Remote Working Special

This month in our Remote Working Special you can find out about: Allowing your staff to work from home; Microsoft SharePoint; Microsoft Teams; Microsoft 365 Business Voice; Extra Tips for working from home. We hope you enjoy this issue, if there is anything you would like us to cover in future briefings, please email me [&hellip
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The November IT Security Briefing from NCS IT Ltd

This month you can find out about: Microsoft’s plan to “kill off” the password; How to block ransomware attacks on your mobile; The National Cyber Security Centre’s Weekly Threat Report; Windows 7 and Server 2008 will reach the end of the line in two months! From January 2020, our IT Security Briefings will start to [&hellip
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July’s IT Security Briefing from NCS IT Ltd

This month you can find out about: Windows 7 and Server 2008 will reach the end of the line in 6 months! Why you should consider Microsoft’s Advanced Threat Protection; Why you should use a Password Manager; The dangers of USB devices. We hope you enjoy this issue, if there is anything you would like [&hellip
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May’s IT Security Briefing from NCS IT

This month you can find out about: Why you need to update Whatsapp immediately; The most commonly used and easily-guessed passwords; Microsoft’s surprising new password recommendations; and When Windows 7 and Server 2008 will reach the end of the line – hint: soon!
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April’s IT Security Briefing from NCS

Welcome to the April issue of our IT Security Briefing. This month you can find out about: How to keep your iPhone secure; How ransomware attacks will become an even bigger threat in 2019 ; Why your employees could be your biggest security risk; Microsoft support ending for Server 2008 and Windows 7. We hope [&hellip
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March’s IT Security Briefing from NCS

Welcome to the March issue of our IT Security Briefing. This month you can find out about: Microsoft support ending for 2008 servers and Windows 7; The Little Leaflet of Cyber Mistakes; The company taking action against an employee who fell for an email scam; How to secure Office 365 with better configuration. We hope [&hellip
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February’s IT Security Briefing from NCS

Welcome to the February issue of our IT Security Briefing. This month you can find out about: Phishing continuing to dominate the global cybercrime arena; Apple’s latest software update; The NCSC’s Weekly Threat Report; Microsoft support ending for 2008 servers and Windows 7. We hope you enjoy this issue, if there is anything you would [&hellip
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