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Cyber Security Awareness Month

October is Cyber Security Month and we will spend the next few days posting little tips from Mimecast, a leading SAAS (Security as a Service) provider whom we ourselves use.

Cybercrime costs the general public a fortune each year both in direct and indirect losses and we have spent quite a bit of time becoming specialists in your rights of recovery following a loss.

We hope the little tips help along the way!

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