Donald Trump’s Coronavirus Health Hack

Just in case you didn’t think that hackers will capitalise on literally anything to spread their malware, they’ve used Donald Trump’s diagnosis of Covid-19 to get people to open the gateways to their malware. Last Friday, US President Donald Trump tested positive for Coronavirus and had to spend time the weekend in hospital. So close […]

Revenge of the TNT App Promise

Apparently a trial of the coronavirus app is getting underway. It’ll be limited to residents in the Isle of Wight, the London Borough of Newham and NHS volunteer responders to start with. The app will be available in the App Store and the Google Play Store but users will need to enter a code to […]

How is Covid Still Affecting Communication in our Organisations?

Covid has put everyone in awkward situations. Businesses are in a difficult position right now, with many employees having to use their own devices and working from home. IT security measures are both more important than ever and more difficult to enforce. More than half of IT teams believe they are either under-equipped or still […]

Cryptocurrency Scams

Have you heard of cryptocurrency? If you’ve been on the internet for nearly ten years, you probably know about cryptocurrency. For example, Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and that was a huge deal. I first found out about Bitcoin through H3H3’s video on a company called Bitconnect, back in 2018. Bitconnect was a scam that stole […]

The UK Track ‘n’ Trace App: Where is it?

About a month ago, I looked into the trace and tracking app that was going through trials on the Isle of Wight, explaining the dangers of it and why it would ultimately be a bad idea. Well, it’s back again. A reviewed version of the app was supposed to go into trial on Tuesday but […]

The Office: The Death of Water-Cooler Chatter?

Another day, another blog post from your favourite samurais. Today, another blog post about working away from the office. The last time we talked about working from home, it was working remotely without trust issues, back in March. Oh, how things have changed since then. Well, from the age of eighteen, when I graduated from […]

Possible Dangers of a Contact-Tracing App

Yesterday, the first UK contact-tracing app was introduced via the COVID-19 review. The app will be undergoing a trial run, on the Isle of Wight. Council staff and healthcare workers have been invited to install it today, ahead of a wider release across the island, on Thursday. Though this is the case, many concerns have […]

Tips to Working Remotely without Trust Issues

Computer on Desk

At an ungodly hour this morning, the Telegraph released an article on the newly enforced isolation rules for the UK. People are only able to leave their house on very specific grounds, these include shopping for necessities, daily exercise, a medical need or traveling to and from work if it cannot be done from home. […]

Covid19 – Home Office Health Check Support

What is a Home Office Health Check (HOHC)? Our HOHCs (Home Office Health Checks), or IT health checks, are designed to detect and advise on any security issues you may have with your home office setup. Why are we Introducing the Home Office Health Check (HOHC)? The COVID-19 outbreak has forced millions of people to […]

Gone Phishing

The huge amount of news coverage surrounding COVID-19 has created a new danger; phishing attacks looking to exploit our fears about the virus. How does it work? Cybercriminals or hackers send emails, claiming to be from legitimate companies with information about the coronavirus. These emails may ask you to open an attachment to see the […]