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Automation, car hacks, and network worms will be some of the main cyber security threats next year, according to WatchGuard Technologies.

A new report from email security firm Tessian reveals that 43% of US and UK employees have made mistakes resulting in cybersecurity problems for themselves or their company.

Having 'Superman' or 'Liverpool' as your computer password puts you at a much higher risk of being hacked, say GCHQ.

Over the last decade, cyber security has become a vital part of corporate culture. Whilst businesses have bolstered their security measures, cybercrime has also become increasingly sophisticated over the years.

For businesses wanting a fresh approach to their cybersecurity education practices following the rollout of 5G, here are some helpful tips that can help to make a real difference:

The use of Internet of Things platforms in business is increasing, in spite of the very real cybersecurity risks.

As Covid-19-related cybersecurity threats continue to multiply, three in four of home workers are yet to receive any cybersecurity training.

IoT encompasses any device that is able to connect with the internet and transmit data.

With cyber-attacks on the rise, businesses are constantly worried about losing vital data and the threat is very real.

Technology is constantly changing and at a pace which is hard to keep up with, but 'safety first' always applies.

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