Organisations are encouraged to take action to mitigate vulnerabilities affecting Cisco IOS XE (CVE-2023-20198 and CVE-2023-20273) and follow the latest vendor advice.
Self Assessment customers are urged to be on the lookout for scam texts, emails and phone calls from fraudsters.
With around 12 million people expected to submit a Self Assessment tax return for the 2022 to 2023 tax year before the 31 January 2024 deadline, fraudsters will prey on customers by impersonating HMRC.
Phishing is a cybercrime in which a target or targets are contacted through email, by someone posing as a legitimate organisation to lure individuals and companies into providing sensitive data. A form of phishing is quishing, which uses QR codes to lure you to nefarious websites. As with any type of phishing, the best defence against quishing attacks is to be aware of the threat.
Our colleagues at the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), the UK’s technical authority on cyber security, have issued an advisory highlighting the activities of the Russia-based SEABORGIUM and Iran-based TA453.
These state sponsored threat actors continue to successfully use spear-phishing attacks against targeted organisations and individuals in the UK, and other areas of interest, for information gathering activity.
Although there is similarity in the tactics techniques, procedures and targeting profiles, these campaigns are separate and the two groups are not collaborating.
Cyber security reminder for you and your staff, to remain vigilant and take appropriate precautions to reduce risks from cyberattacks leading up to, during and following the public holiday weekend.
NCSC have issued new guidance, the latest in a series of interventions to assist UK organisation to bolster their cyber defences in response to the situation in and around Ukraine.
We are highlighting prevention, mitigation and support measures to protect from the threat of Conti Ransomware and to encourage individuals, sectors and organisations to protect and prepare against all types of Cyber-attacks.
Criminals have taken advantage of the unregulated nature of cryptocurrencies to scam consumers.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has published a press release urging UK organisations to check out their recently updated cyber security guidance in response to malicious cyber incidents in and around Ukraine. This guidance encourages organisations to take actionable […]
Alert: Emerging crime trend where criminals are pretending to be from your bank’s fraud team.
As of late May/June 2021, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is investigating another increase in ransomware attacks against schools, colleges and universities in the UK. The NCSC has previously highlighted an increase in ransomware attacks on the UK education […]