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From small acorns…

From the genius of Alan Turing and the development of “Baby”, the world’s first computer, all the way through to the discovery of Graphene – Manchester has long been a technology trailblazer. 

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Take a long hard look at your shelfware

Twenty-eight percent of security spending is wasted on shelfware, according to CSO’s news article earlier this year.

Shelfware, in case you don’t have any of your own, and aren’t familiar with the term, is a word coined by the technology industry to refer to something that is purchased but is never put in to production.

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A coffee with Graham Cluley

Organizations, security professionals and vendors are in a constant battle to keep up with an evolving environment of advanced threats and malware strains. It seems as soon as we catch up with the cyber criminals, they shift up a gear. At the recent Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit in London, Avecto grabbed a coffee with the renowned security blogger and independent analyst, Graham Cluley, to take a pulse check of enterprise security.

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Malvertising Campaigns – Who can you trust?

Malware is an ever evolving field and as such security should be seen as a journey not a destination. One of the latest malware evolutions is the practice of Malvertising where attackers place malicious content in seemingly innocent adverts. When the user views the page the advert is loaded and the malware attempts to exploit the machine.

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