One of the leading cyber security companies in the country has named a new board in preparation for further growth. C3IA Solutions, headquartered in Poole, Dorset, was founded 15 years ago by Matt Horan and Keith Parsons, both former Royal Signallers.
Cyber security has experienced a major boom since lockdowns forced people to work from home and crooks are taking advantage, a leading expert has said. Matt Horan, security director of C3IA Solutions, has warned that criminals are posing as cyber experts to gain access to businesses’ systems.
Cyber-attacks are poised to rise sharply this Christmas as criminals look to exploit a ‘perfect storm’ of circumstances, a leading expert has warned. Matt Horan from C3IA Solutions, based in Poole, Dorset, says homes as well as businesses should be on their guard.
A leading cyber-security expert is warning people and businesses to ensure they have updated their computers from Windows 7.
Microsoft is no longer updating security on the operating system, which means it is increasingly vulnerable to hackers. Matt Horan, security director of C3IA Solutions – one of the first companies to be certified by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) – said the risks grow each day.
A leading cyber-security company is warning people travelling to the US that American authorities might search their social media posts before they depart. C3IA Solutions, based in Poole, Dorset, said that to get a visa, applicants must complete the US Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA).
A leading cyber-security company is warning people to choose their passwords carefully after research showed how obvious many are. C3IA Solutions, based in Poole, Dorset, says businesses particularly are failing to understand the importance of protecting their information.
A leading storage business has partnered with a leading cyber security business. Store & Secure now enjoys a Security Management Partnership with C3IA Solutions
Lucky couple Robin and Chris Brickell showed great vision when they entered a competition at the Gillingham and Shaftesbury Show – because they won a CCTV System. Wessex Fire and Security was offering the prize worth £1,500 at its popular stand where it was showing the public its products and services. All Robin and Chris did was leave their details … Read More
Almost 100 delegates attended a seminar organised by Wessex Fire & Security to inform them of developments in the fire sector. Last year’s tragic events in London has focused the attention on the risks of fire and how they can be reduced.
An increasing number of companies and organisations are paying experts to try and ‘blag’ their way into their premises to steal data.
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