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15 Critical Cyber Security Tips for Business

What can you do today to help protect your business from cyber crime? Find out with the P1 Technology Essential Cyber Security Checklist for Business.

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The Australian Spike in Cyber Attacks: What your business should do.

In light of the Morrison Government’s announcement about a spike in cyber security attacks, here’s what your business should be doing.

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Using Cyber Security Tech to Increase Business Productivity

Cyber security is an important part of any business technology plan. But how can you use cyber security tech to increase productivity? Here are some things to consider.

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What is Multi-factor Authentication and why your business needs it

Multi-factor Authentication is one of the ways you can protect your business form cybercrime. Find out what it is, how it works and why your business needs it.

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Cyber security threats: What every business needs to know.

Cyber security threats: What every business needs to know.

No matter the size of your business, every year, cyber criminals are hard at work coming up with new ways to steal from you. Here's what your business needs to know about cyber threats for the year ahead.

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Who is spying on me?

Who is spying on me?

I must admit to being fairly blasé about my online footprint and what the Internet knows about me. I don’t do Facebook much except for messenger, I don’t have an Instagram account or do Twitter, not because Im worried about privacy or anything, it just doesn’t appeal.....

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Is your data protected from flooding?

Recently a client came to us looking to modernise their existing IT systems to improve security, data retention and most importantly the user experience.

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Fake Emails - Please continue to be vigilant

Fake Emails - Please continue to be vigilant

A week or 3 ago I sent a warning to our clients to be aware of fake emails that contain malicious links.

Yesterday we saw a new outbreak of basically the same thing...

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Warning on the latest email scam

Warning on the latest email scam

For many of you who reading this post you are already thinking... “Here we go again, backup, blah, hacking, blah…” Weeelll… Yes, kinda, but a bit different.

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Fake request for payment  Have I been hacked?

Fake request for payment Have I been hacked?

We have had numerous reports from clients over the last few months of fake requests for payments with sometimes disturbingly accurate details associated. A typical example would be an email apparently sent from the company owner or CEO to the accounts person requesting immediate payment be made to an account listed below.

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NDB coming Feb 22nd.... No not NBN, NDB

NDB coming Feb 22nd.... No not NBN, NDB

Notifiable Data Breach will be brought into effect on the 22nd of Feb 2018 and will apply to the majority of businesses with a turnover of AU$3 million or more based in Australia.

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Save on your hosting costs, but at what expense?

Save on your hosting costs, but at what expense?

Did you know you can save potentially hundreds of dollars per year on your domain and web hosting fees? You may or may not be aware that not all hosting is equal. Sure most domain hosting will allow you to have a website and email, but the finer details are usually not apparent at the start.

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6 Key questions to consider if you are buying a new lap top

6 Key questions to consider if you are buying a new lap top

Question 1 - What are the 5 most common tasks the user will be using the laptop for?

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