• Going on holiday?

    Posted in Cyber Insurance blog on Jul 09, 2018


    Many of us lucky people are getting ready to take a holiday or even taking a vital business trip to close a deal before the summer break. Here are few steps to think about before you go to firm up your security.

  • Small Businesses - scammers want you

    Posted in Cyber Insurance blog on Apr 23, 2018


    Behind the news headlines of large number grabbing events are the many micro and small businesses that are also being attacked. Its not true that hackers only go after large businesses. Scammers and Hackers throw a wide net and small businesses are falling into their traps.

  • Not Secure By Design

    Posted in Cyber Insurance blog on Feb 07, 2018


    What can we learn from playing Go when working out how to deal with new security threats? The issues allowing Spectre and Meltdown are built into the basic design of the systems, meaning that these vulnerabilities bypass our software security measures. It is not just desktops or your lap top or only at work, it’s the whole system – mobile, cloud, IoT, servers, tablets…all technology.

  • Uber held to ransom

    Posted in Cyber Insurance blog on Nov 30, 2017


    Uber's valuable data was taken and held to ransom. This was in 2016. This delay in reporting is one thing but the main issue here is that hackers were able to go in and take the data. How would you deal with this? What would you as CEO do? This is what Uber did.....

  • Security - small things make a big difference

    Posted in Cyber Insurance blog on Nov 20, 2017


    There are many things we can do to help protect ourselves. Start today and take a few small steps to improving your cyber security footprint.

  • Cyber Security – has anything really changed?

    Posted in Cyber Insurance blog on Nov 20, 2017


    As the sophistication and number of cyber attacks grow, what do we do about it? Back in 2000 it would have been almost unbelievable that a single attack could affect over 3 Billion accounts as the 2013 Yahoo case has now finally highlighted. But what do we do to protect ourselves?