Things change fast in the world of business connectivity.
We’ll make sure you’re up to speed with the latest news, research stats and resources, as well as keeping you informed about developing cyber security risks and changes happening at Beaming.
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.
How to backup data without creating a disaster movie (infographic)
Our infographic describes the five main groups that businesses fall into and should help you to understand how to backup data safely.
Four million UK businesses vulnerable to losing company data, research shows
Almost a million UK businesses do not backup their company data and a further 2.8 million firms risk losing valuable information by storing electronic copies in the same location as the original data, according to our research.
Consider data centre colocation as part of your schools' ICT strategy
With more schools becoming multi academy trusts, one of the well publicised economies of scale in this process lies with the schools’ IT infrastructure.
Why would someone steal my data?
Leaders of small and medium sized businesses frequently ask why anyone would be interested in their data.
Viruses and data theft considered the biggest threats in business
UK bosses rank computer viruses and data theft as the biggest security threats to their businesses, according to new research conducted by Beaming.
What is Data Hygiene?
Individuals need to think about digital security in the same way as they do about their physical security.
The future of accounting: digital transformation
We spoke to accountants who are successfully embracing technology and the results are found in our free Digital Transformation in Accounting guide.
European cyber attacks sustained as attempts against UK businesses increase by a third
- UK businesses were attacked at least once every two minutes in the third quarter of 2018
- Europe remains the most common source of online attacks
How to recognise a tech support scam
Anti-fraud organisations have recently reported a rise in tech support scams, we look at how these work and how to avoid them.
A third of businesses would sack suppliers that neglected cyber security, research shows
Find out more about our research, which reveals that the majority of business leaders believe that their suppliers are obligated to ensure they do not expose them to unnecessary cyber security risks.
Radio stations must replace Kilostream by March 2020
Kilostream has long been the industry standard technology for STL (Studio to Transmitter Links), but BT, having stopped the new supply of Kilostream products in 2016, will completely withdraw the service in March 2020.
Security Installers: bridging the gap between physical and cyber security
As the level of detail which can be transmitted by digital security cameras increases, installers are bridging the gap between physical and cyber security.
UK businesses are attacked online once every 2.5 minutes
The latest UK business cyber attack figures show that UK businesses were attacked 52,596 times each in Q2 of 2018; that’s one attack every 2.5 minutes.
Cloud computing and cyber security will be the technology used in accounting in 2018
Two thirds (68 percent) of UK-based accountancy firms are planning to make greater use of digital technologies this year.