Gothenburg Greats could expose fans to cyber crime

Gothenburg Greats could expose fans to cyber crime

Converged Highlights Cyber Security Own Goals Of Aberdonians The surnames of at least six Gothenburg Greats and the man who led them to victory could be putting Aberdonians and their employers at risk of a cyber attack. That is the stark warning from north-east IT company Converged Communication Solutions which has discovered the names on[…]

Growth creates new appointments at Converged

Growth creates new appointments at Converged

Growth creates new appointments at Converged Continued growth at Converged Communication Solutions has led the firm to expand its workforce with the appointment of two new staff members. Recent additions to its service portfolio and a growing customer base have seen the IT company, which has offices in Aberdeen and Inverness, welcome customer service specialist[…]

The threat evolution: From dodgy discs to crypo mining

The threat evolution: From dodgy discs to crypo mining

Scot-Secure 2019: The threat evolution Our Chief Security Officer, Gerry Grant presented at Scot-Secure 2019, the 5th annual cyber security for business conference. For those who couldn’t make it to Edinburgh, we’d like to share Gerry’s thoughts on the threat evolution: from dodgy discs to crypto mining. Share15Share7Share8Watch more in series Scotland’s Cyber Summit 2019:[…]

Lifting the lid on cyber safety

Lifting the lid on cyber safety

Scotland's Cyber Summit Presentation: Lifting the lid on cyber safety Our Chief Security Officer, Gerry Grant presented at Scotland’s Cyber Summit 2019. For those who couldn’t make it to the Aberdeen event, take a look at Gerry’s presentation where he lifts the lid on cyber security through the eyes of an ethical hacker. Share15Share7Share8Watch more[…]

Act now to install security updates

Act now to install security updates

Act now to install software updates as both WhatsApp and Microsoft issue new security releases. By Gerry Grant, Chief Security Officer. It has been quite a week in Cyber Security and it’s only Wednesday. First of all we heard about a flaw in the popular messaging app WhatsApp that allowed attackers to track phones and[…]