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Security threat review: May 2015

Posted by Stuart Brown | 22 Jun 2015, 15:47 PM

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Each month in our blog Redcentric will be posting a quick overview of the top security threats we have discovered over the last month. From our ongoing threat assessments, this information will include the most common malware, vulnerabilities and exploits our experts have discussed in the hope of providing you with the kind of information that will help you protect your business and its data.

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Managing Malware - part 2

Posted by Stuart Brown | 15 Oct 2014, 16:40 PM

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As the Advance Persistent Threat (APT) landscape continues to evolve, even small companies are now at risk. In the second of his two blogs, Redcentric’s Director of Consulting Stuart Brown looks at the steps SMEs can take to improve their security.

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Managing malware – part 1

Posted by Stuart Brown | 8 Oct 2014, 15:52 PM

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As the Advance Persistent Threat (APT) landscape continues to evolve, even small companies are now at risk. In a series of two blogs, Redcentric’s Principal Solutions Architect Stuart Brown examines why traditional approaches to network security aren’t working and offers advice on what can be done to reduce the threat to your business.

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Protect yourself against the UK cyber attack

Posted by Stuart Brown | 12 Jun 2014, 17:41 PM

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Unless you’ve had your head in the ground, you can’t have failed to have heard that the UK could be the target of the biggest cyber attack ever in the forthcoming week or so. British investigators have been working with the FBI to trace the hackers behind the infamous GOZeus and CryptoLocker botnets.

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