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Keep up-to-date with the latest CFC press releases, product launches, new hires, marketing promotions, event information and much more by viewing the stories below. These are taken directly from our various company blogs.

19th May 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Canadian telecom company suffers data breach

Canada’s largest telecoms company, Bell Canada, has suffered a major hack which has resulted in the theft of the personal details of 2m account holde...

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19th May 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Presidential WiFi networks lack security

Donald Trump has a whole lot on his plate, and it seems lack of basic cybersecurity is one of those things. The WiFi network at his favoured retreat ...

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19th May 2017/ CYBER NEWS

WannaCry cyberattack holds the world to ransom

The recent well-publicised WannaCry global cyberattack is believed to be the largest so far, infecting over 200,000 computers across 150 countries wi...

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19th May 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Fasthosts customers locked out of backup system

Customers of British internet services provider Fasthosts had to go without access to their backed-up data for up to six days, due to the web hosting...

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15th May 2017/ CYBER NEWS

France comes under cyberattack

New French President Emmanuel Macron and some of France’s leading news media sites have both suffered cyberattacks over the past few days. First of a...

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15th May 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Cyber pirates at 2 o’clock (yarrr)

It may come as a shock to Jack Sparrow and his ilk, but the new way to hijack a ship is by flooding it with ransomware. Twenty-first century buccanee...

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15th May 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Ex-employee’s scam backfires

Not content with launching an unsophisticated payroll scam on his employers’ computer system, a Californian security officer had another go at them a...

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15th May 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Gone phishing

When it comes to taking the bait of a bogus email, apparently humans are not much more discerning than your average trout or mackerel. If Facebook an...

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