In a new take on a common phishing scam, criminals are posing as the World Health Organisation (WHO) aiming to trick users into disclosing personal details (especially usernames and passwords) or installing malicious software on victims computers.
With concern mounting for businesses of all sizes, Fitzrovia IT is committed to prevention as opposed to intervention, so we advise businesses to conduct regular pen tests.
Over the past few years, malicious software that uses encryption to hold data for ransom has been on the rise. The sole purpose of ransomware is to extort money from its victims. It finds its way onto a PC by infiltrating a security flaw in weak software, or by tricking a user into installing it.
Fileless malware has become an increasingly sophisticated threat in recent years, with a reported 265% increase in attacks from 2018. Fitzrovia IT Head of Technical, Dan Kent, tackles this topic in a case study for security partner Custodian360.
Today, Fitzrovia IT teamed up with the Metropolitan Police and our security partner Custodian360 to host a unique 'Decisions and Disruptions' cybersecurity workshop.
Today is #SaferInternetDay2019 and Fitzrovia IT is taking part in bringing attention to this important cause
It’s difficult to read the news these days without finding a story about cyber crime.
Think back in time to the office of 2007, when the only devices connected to your company’s IT network were likely to have been office computers and perhaps a few USB flash drives.
It’s a known fact that most breaches of cyber security are the result of human error. Often these are innocent mistakes, yet they can have devastating consequences to a company’s IT network.
So you finally decided to migrate all your applications, programs and data to the cloud...
Talk Talk, Sony, Ashley Madison and now Beautifulpeople, are all high profile cases of it…