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Why inertia and disinterest are the internet criminal’s best friend

You’d think that two of the biggest tech companies in the world would have a tight guard when it comes to cyber security. And yet, between 2013 and 2015 a Lithuanian man was able to steal more than $100 million from Google and Facebook. How? By emailing them and asking for it. Evaldas Rimauskas set […]

Three ways the HR department can shape a better cyber security strategy

One of the most persistent myths about cyber security is that it’s solely the domain of the IT department. Yes, there are plenty of technical elements to cyber security – firewalls, emails filters, malware guards and the rest – but switched-on people are what form any business’ best defence against cyber criminals.  The vast majority […]

Why internet security and safety training needs to be interactive

Be honest: if you were to take your driving test tomorrow, would you pass? It’s fair to say that most people would fail. Even if they wouldn’t admit it themselves. Remembering all of those details you needed to pass is tricky. In the United Kingdom, as many as a million people have a driving license […]

The price of poor cybersecurity training is measured in millions of dollars

The 24th of November 2014 began like any other day at Sony Pictures. Until staff switched on their computers. When they did, they were greeted by a cartoon image of a grinning red skeleton and a warning: “This is just a beginning.” The company had been hacked by a group calling themselves ‘Guardians of Peace’, […]

Six simple steps to protect your business from cyber attacks

Today, cyber attacks are so common they’re best thought of as an inevitability. Being able to defend against attacks has become a necessity. And while the expertise may come from the IT department, every employee has a role to play on the frontlines. Your cyber security policy needs to involve people at all levels and […]

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Designing for Inclusion in online learning

Inclusive learning design provides opportunity for everyone to succeed, in any given learning context, regardless of age, ability, experience, gender, race or religion. This means creating a safe space to learn that encourages everyone to have a go.

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