It seems like every second story I read is about a company being hacked. In this disruptive world, we now need to assume we ARE going to be hacked and take steps to prevent it happening.
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It’s not a question of if you’re going to get hacked it is when you will be hacked. Turn on 2-factor authentication now
If you’re reading this and use Gmail or any number of cloud based services and don’t know about or have “2 factor authentication” turned on, then in 2018 you’re going to get hacked.
If you own a .co.uk domain name, you may not know that for the next 5 years, you have first rights over the corresponding .uk domain. The details are here on the Nominet website who administer [...]