Phishing social engineering tactics and how to avoid them

With the rise of social media and increased digital connectivity, social engineering has become easier, and cyber attacks are more frequent. The importance of raising awareness of social engineering tactics Everyone in your organisation, from the director to the newest employee, is prone to making mistakes. The need to stay alert of looming cyber threats…

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Whaling: Personalised cyber attacks targeting business leaders

Whaling is a phishing attack that targets the “big fish” or high level executives within an organisation masking as a legitimate email. As mentioned whaling attacks are highly targeted as they seek to trick specific group of individuals. As such these targeted phishing attacks may typically include the name, job title, and company of the person they…

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How to protect your physical workplace security

Physical security can pose a huge risk to your organisation whether your employees work from home or in the office. This blog will tackle the complexities of physical security to help you enhance your organisation’s security culture outside of the online environment. The components of physical security in the office Simply put, physical security characterises…

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Fine Art student collaborates with The Guerrilla Girls for exhibition at Leeds Beckett University

Final year Fine Art Student, Katie Crowe, has curated an exhibition with The Guerrilla Girls that will be showcased at Leeds Beckett University from Friday 22 March until Sunday 14 April 2024. A social gathering will be held at 5pm on Tuesday 9 April at White Column. Katie, driven by her passion for Feminist Art,…

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Sustainable Green Globe launches social enterprise to support emerging artists

Sustainable Green Globe, a SME that provides eco-friendly wall art for commercial and residential properties, recently established Sustainable Artist, a social enterprise focused on helping emerging artists advance their careers in the visual art sector. Through Sustainable Artist, Sustainable Green Globe aims to provide support for artists from all backgrounds. Initiatives include skills development workshops,…

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Documentary premiere and panel discussion to explore mental health and gaps in the benefits system

The Royal College of Psychiatrists, healthcare professionals, York Mind, and Rachael Maskell MP join filmmaker and bereaved families for York St John University event York St John University is proud to announce the first public screening of the acclaimed documentary Pip, Pop and a Pandemic. Recently shown in Parliament and submitted as evidence to the…

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Buttercrumble helps a boutique brand blossom

Recently, Buttercrumble has been supporting the wonderful Bluebell Petite brand, which is due to launch its first boutique in central Leeds. Rebecca has such an uplifting story; we are delighted to be involved and share in this journey! The collaboration between Buttercrumble and Bluebell Petite bears heartfelt social impact on multiple fronts. Buttercrumble became brand…

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Castle Howard collaborates with Yorkshire baker and writer Freya Cox on seasonal vegan cakes

• Vegan Great British Bake Off star Freya Cox has worked with Castle Howard chefs to create bespoke vegan cakes for sale in the stately home’s cafes and shops • Castle Howard and Freya will create three vegan cakes in 2023 released seasonally • The first cake is a delicious mini-Black Forest Gateau celebrating Veganuary,…

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