In the 21st century, the vast majority of businesses have their own website and email services – it has become part of a company’s identity like its brands or trademarks,... Read more →
Malicious computer software (formerly called “viruses” but more recently known as “malware”) is increasingly becoming the most significant risk to both personal and business IT users. The involvement of organised... Read more →
This brief article is not intended to be technical or in-depth, but is instead aimed at giving businesses and individuals a chance to protect themselves against an increasing risk of... Read more →
Over the last week or so, many of our clients and friends have been caught out by a change to the Windows 10 upgrade notifications that have been appearing on... Read more →
On the 18th May 2016, 117 Million LinkedIn passwords have been put up for sale online. This follows the huge leak of LinkedIn passwords back in 2012 where over 6.5... Read more →
Once again, the increasing mobility of data in corporate environments is one of the biggest challenges faced in the past year. Users are fully embracing the power to access data... Read more →
The Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) is an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland which defines UK law on the processing of data... Read more →
In a recent research paper commissioned by Microsoft, it would appear that while large corporate companies are shying away from the Cloud because of concerns over security, small and medium... Read more →
The Microsoft Windows 10 free upgrade process has begun and Magikos IT recommends caution to those users who are eager to register! The Windows Update service has begun rolling out... Read more →
It’s reasonable to assume from past events and history that privacy and security (or trust) concerns are always viewed differently depending on your original point in time. For example, my... Read more →
From April 8th 2014, all support from Microsoft for Windows XP will cease. There will be no further security patches or updates – this will leave Windows XP vulnerable to... Read more →
With 2012 almost complete it’s about that time for us at Magikos IT to put modern pen-to-paper and blog about our technical predictions for 2013. However in keeping with Magikos... Read more →
UPDATE (07/11/12) – Fresh reports, some directly from PayPal, now suggest that the attack described in the article below was not directed towards PayPal and instead was directed towards a... Read more →
Released at the end of February 2012 by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, the Raspberry Pi is a credit card sized single-board computer originally intended to stimulate the teaching of basic... Read more →
Why are organisations failing to learn from the increasing numbers of highly publicised data security breaches that cause so much damage to company reputations? With an ever increasing number of... Read more →
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