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.
Cyber Threat Report Q3 2019
The level of cyber attack activity on UK businesses continued to surge over the summer, with firms experiencing 157,528 attacks each on average.
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.
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.
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.
Why do young people get into cybercrime?
Without proper guidance, a talent for certain aspects of information technology can be used for negative means.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Cybercrime victim rates fall as SMEs boost security
The number of British businesses falling victim to cybercrime fell by a fifth in 2017, despite an increase in the volume of attacks.
Small firms hit hardest by 82m hours of internet downtime in 2017
UK businesses lost almost 82 million hours to outages in 2017, according to our latest internet downtime research.
Cybersecurity, cloud and connectivity top business technology plans for 2018
Almost half of companies in the UK plan to improve their cybersecurity defences and extend their use of cloud computing in 2018.
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.
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.