Shoulder Surfing: What do you Need to Know?

When you think of hacking, you may think of a stereotypical cyber criminal sat in their basement remotely attacking organisations and servers in order to gain unauthorised access to systems. However, this isn’t always the case as most people seem to overlook one very basic security concern, shoulder surfing! Shoulder surfing is technically another form […]

3 Cyber Security Horror Stories

It’s that time of year again, some people at home are carving pumpkins and others will be sitting down to binge their favourite horror films. Some of our personal film favourites include Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street and Shaun of the Dead, but one thing that makes us want to hide under the […]

Space Still Available for YCSC’s November 2018 Event

Join the Yorkshire Cyber Security Cluster as they discuss Social Engineering. The YCSC are delighted to announce that spaces are still available for Novembers meeting, where they will be joined by a

Why Losing a Laptop Can be a Major Security Risk

Imagine this scenario: It’s been a long day. The client visit went well, they seem happy with what you’ve presented. Later when on the train home, your attention gets drawn away from the client data on your laptop, so that you can play your favourite mobile game to pass time on your commute. You hop […]

How to Combat Cyber Attacks

Every year on the 5th of February, we help celebrate Safer Internet Day; a day to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. As the use of computers and other internet-enabled devices skyrocket, people are becoming more and more susceptible to cyber attacks than ever before. Criminals are figuring out new and […]