Cybersecurity Resource HubPosted on 10 January 2022 by Beaming Support
As an internet service provider for businesses across the UK, the organisations we work with trust us to keep their data safe and their systems secure.
One aspect of this involves taking on an advisory role; this can involve offering advice on some complicated tech, but often means giving some really simple tips to reinforce cyber security that can be followed by any employee.
As a result, we’ve amassed a great selection of our own cybersecurity resources, which we’re happy to share. We’ve divided our free cybersecurity resources into sections so you can easily find what you need.
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What is it? How can you prevent your business from becoming a victim?
Our recommendations for new staff data security training
It’s often said that people are the weakest link in cyber security, but – like a muscle – cyber security can be strengthened with training and practice.
IT checklist for new employees
Here’s our checklist to help you ensure your new employee’s IT needs are in place before their first day.
Can I still use 2FA if my phone is lost or stolen?
What happens if you don’t have access to your phone, but you need it to verify your log in attempt?
Security begins at home - 7 cyber security tips
For many companies, the shift to an all-remote workforce has been disruptive and sudden. However, it’s still essential to make sure that your workers are safe, and your data is secure.
Why using 2FA is worth it
Two-factor authentication is an added layer of security for your accounts. But is it enough, and what are the alternatives?
Cybersecurity, safeguarding and schools: What every school needs to know about threats online
In Beaming’s experience, the most secure organisations use technology where appropriate, supported with clear policies and extensive user education.
Guide to marking external senders
Learn how to add a personalised message to all external emails being received by your employees – and help protect them from phishing attacks.
Affordable ways to boost cyber security
Nearly two-thirds of small businesses now fall victim every year – a huge increase of 25% since 2015. Fortunately, there are affordable ways to build resilience and keep pace with the changes in cybercrime.
How to prevent ransomware attacks & what to do if you fall victim28/05/21 Support team
More cyber security news
Cybercrime hits 1.5 million UK businesses in 2023
Beaming’s latest study, run by the research consultancy Censuswide, reveals that more than a quarter (27%) of businesses fell victim to cybercrime in 2023.
Report: The cost of business cybercrime in 2023
Discover the number of UK businesses that fell prey to cybercrime and the average cost in 2023.
Cyber Threat Report for 2023
The volume of internet-borne cyber attacks experienced by UK businesses increased by ten per cent in the final quarter of last year, helping to make 2023 the worst year ever for attempted cyber attacks.
Business Guide to Phishing
Phishing is a favoured way for cyber attackers to infiltrate your business IT systems. Find out how they’ll try to trick you and get guidance on implementing protections from the very top of the business through to each employee.
Cyber Threat Report Q3 2023
Businesses suffered a record number of cyberattacks in over the summer – almost 6,000 more than the previous worst three-month period.