Category: Privacy

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Research Report and Webinars

Earlier this year, I had to chance to be a part of a Cyber Research Project in conjunction with Christian Buckley (http://www.buckleyplanet.com) from CollabTalk (https://collabtalk.com) and the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young...

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Where is Liam?

It is that time of year where everyone starts to get busy, the weather changes, and people tend to be much happier all around. We have normally got through the winter time and the...

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Using Risk-based Multi-Factor Authentication in Microsoft 365

One of the best Security protections that can be used with accounts, is Multi-Factor Authentication. However, the problem arises trying to get the balance between Security and User Experience. You know what I mean,...

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How secure is #Office365 against cyber-threats?

How secure is Office 365 against cyber-threats? One of the questions I get asked frequently is this. Even with Microsoft providing documentation, guidance and speaking at conference saying how secure it is, we still...

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What does GDPR mean for you and Office 365

By now you will have heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will be coming into effect shortly. This was started by the European Commission in 2012 and finally generally agreed...

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Understanding Privileged Access Workstations (PAWs)

For some of the work I do, there is often a need to have a secure workstation that will let me perform tasks for Administration only, and not be vulnerable to any type of...

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Infographic: Stop Hackers

Ever so often I like to post Info-graphics that I think are useful to not just me but to others too. This one is courtesy of http://privacypolicies.com “Hackers will often try to glean information...