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.
Wave FM’s Disruptive Digital Network
Wave FM adopts disruptive digital network from Beaming to improve the quality and cost of FM broadcasts.
Cyber Threat Report Q2 2019
The current rate of cyber attacks equates to one attack every 50 seconds and is the highest level recorded since Beaming started monitoring attacks in 2016.
Celebrating 15 years of Beaming
Beaming turns 15 years old this week. Find out what’s changed and what’s stayed the same since we started the business in 2004.
UK businesses lost 60 million hours to internet downtime in 2018
Almost 60 million hours of working time were lost by UK businesses to internet outages last year. On average, UK businesses experienced two major outages & 16 hours of downtime each in 2018.
UK Cyber Threat Report Q1 2019
Businesses have seen one attack per minute so far in 2019; that’s 119,659 each.
Small businesses hit hardest by £17bn cybercrime bill in 2018
Almost two thirds of UK companies employing between 10 and 49 people fell victim to some form of cybercrime last year.
Choosing cyber security champions
Small businesses should give staff cyber security training to make sure they’re aware of threats and keep cyber safety rules fresh in colleagues’ minds.
Celebrating National Apprenticeships Week 2019
Apprentices have blazed a trail at Beaming and we’re excited to celebrate their success.
Make a #LifeUpdate with CyberAware
Some of the small tasks we may avoid could really improve our lives both at home and at work.
Bexhill Jobs & Apprenticeships Fair 2019
We’re supporting Bexhill’s Jobs & Apprenticeships Fair on Friday 5th April.
BVE 26th-28th Feb
All the latest tech for media broadcast and production will be on show over this three day event, including Beaming’s newest offering.
UK businesses attacked 280,000 times each by cybercriminals
Cyber attacks on UK businesses increased by 23 percent year-on-year in 2018 according to our analysis.
Good night Miss Moneypenny, hello Alexa
While cybersecurity and connectivity top the IT spending plans of UK businesses in 2019, the number of large firms using A.I. assistants will surpass human PAs and secretaries for the first time.
£27bn of UK IT projects have stalled due to Brexit uncertainty
1.7 million UK businesses have put IT investments on hold due to Brexit.
Busting common myths to keep you cyber aware
Unfortunately, there are lots of myths about cyber security that mean businesses are not acting on measures to prepare for them.