BlueRockIT was established 2 years ago today by owners Robert Longworth and Peter Sims, but the journey started long before 2018. Prior to the launch of their own business, Bob and Pete were colleagues for over 6 years. It was when the company they worked for was bought out by another IT services provider that […]
If you have got an Apple iMac, MacBook, Mac Pro, or Mac Mini, you may be wondering if you need to install an anti-virus program to remain safe.
So you’ve just got a new computer, what should you do with it now? Before you dive into your favourite social media site or hit the web, there are several things you can do to help keep you safe.
As if the world didn’t already have enough to contend with, online threat actors are actively taking advantage of the situation and targeting users with coronavirus related scams, malware and phishing emails
Just about any account you own on the internet is susceptible to being hacked. Adding an additional step of authenticating your identity makes it harder for an attacker to access your data
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SSL is the backbone of our secure Internet and it protects sensitive information as it travels across the world
Implement and follow good security practises to avoid falling victim to emails with malicious intent
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