As we all know when the Death Star was fully operational it was most advanced battle station in the universe. The immortal words utter by the Generals, Admirals and Captains that “any attack on the Death Star would be futile” would probably have remained true, had they not be so focused on their operational objectives […]
Here at OmniCyber Security, we are frequently getting asked about security guidelines, and what steps can be taken to make cloud services more secure. We have based the below on the Google Suite of tools, however, many aspects apply across many cloud service providers. Strong Password As with all online accounts, an accounts initial security […]
The UK Government published revised Cyber Essentials requirements on 6th February. They have made the information easier to use, understand and reduce the potential for applicants to misinterpret requirements. Here is a summary of the main changes: Added requirement for authentication in services that allow Internet-based users to access data which must be protected. Removed […]
The internet is a necessity for modern life, it’s becoming essential for an individual to have an online presence – whether its for social media updates, to get the latest news, apply for a new job or just do the weekly shop. A growing digital economic and societal state further expands the internet with new […]
Whilst 2016 has been a whirlwind for cyber security with the major introduction of Ransomware, wide scale breaches and the ever so infamous denial of service attacks. It’s time to think about what the near future will offer instead of dwindling on the past, with security becoming a growing industry and attacks becoming more complicated […]
Launched in June 2014, Cyber Essentials was developed Government and industry to provide businesses with clarity and guidance on good basic cyber security practice.
Over the last year we have been working with, and talking to, a number of different organisations about IT Security and Compliance services and the challenges they face in maintaining good security practices whilst ensuring that IT continues to service the business.
Moving to the cloud can be a cost effective option for companies looking to reduce their responsibility, overhead and the management of IT infrastructure. At OmniCyber Security we have seen many companies that have made the transition with minimal disruption, reducing their costs and gaining an increased level of support.