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.
UK businesses attacked 55,000 times as cyber crime targets remote workers
Between July and September 2017, the average UK firm experienced 55,314 attempts by hackers to access their data or take control of IT systems.
Better Connected Schools Video Series
We speak to education technology experts including Matthew Glotzbach, former VP of product management at YouTube.
Report: Better Connected Schools
Get practical & cyber safety advice from teachers and tech companies pioneering the use of EdTech in schools by downloading our eBook.
What to expect from Beaming’s support
We think you’ll find our support approach refreshing.
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.
UK businesses targeted 65,000 times each by hackers in three months to June 2017
Average number of attacks per business rises to 65,000 over three month period, with a substantial increase in attempts to control company databases.
Supporting Little Gate Farm
Little Gate Care Farm does a fabulous job improving the lives of learning disabled adults in East Sussex and Kent.
WannaCry ransomware attack: Beaming customer guidance
Our advice for protecting against the ongoing global cyber attack named the WannaCry virus.
Are you Cyber Aware? The best password practice for work and home
By following simple advice, even with limited technical skills, you will be in a strong position to protect yourself against cyber criminals.
UK businesses hit 43,000 times each by cyber attacks in first quarter of 2017
UK businesses were subjected to almost 43,000 cyber attacks each,on average, in the first quarter of 2017.
Internet downtime cost British businesses £7 billion in 2016
British businesses suffered three days of internet downtime each on average during 2016.
Social media making it easier for fraudsters to target young people
Where young people are most vulnerable is via the information they share freely online.
Thinking about an apprenticeship?
For National Apprenticeships Week, we look at how apprenticeships have been working at Beaming.
The cost of cyber security breaches: British businesses lost almost £30 billion in 2016
2.9 million UK firms suffered cyber security breaches nationwide in 2016.
Email scams: spoof, spam, phishing and attachments.
Business people love email, which is great for those planning to carry out email scams.