on 20 January 19
Across England and Wales in 2016, roughly 1 in 10 of us targeted by hackers. Most people who lack an understanding of the technical side of IT often don’t know there is anything wrong, at least until they check the state of their finances. Be it credit card numbers, passwords, technical designs and even (potentially) Presidential elections, often nothing is spared from being plundered.
suffer breaches. Global statistics estimate that hacking last year wiped around $4 million off each individual big business, and whilst they are the most targets, no-one is too small to escape a possible attack.
and phone calls, and mountains of paperwork to take care of.
that are specifically designed to steal your personal data and cash. See the infographic which captures real-time data on the subject of internet security.
. Take extra care to read up the issue, and spend where you need to for that extra piece of mind.