Maintaining security when attackers can see the code in an open-source world

Information security has become increasingly high profile in the past few years. High profile hacks, leaked databases and csv files full of user passwords have all made rather bad headlines for all involved. Attackers may use any information available to find even the smallest weakness in a system to attack. Any detail or clue about … Continue reading Maintaining security when attackers can see the code in an open-source world

Don’t take the bait – a guide to online phishing scams

Suspicious emails. Dodgy websites. They’re out there… and they’re out to get you. But, how can you tell what you can trust? In the modern age of the internet, cybercrime is on the rise. In 2017 alone, a total of £4.6bn was stolen from British internet users according to cybersecurity firm ‘Symantec’. Phishing scams One … Continue reading Don’t take the bait – a guide to online phishing scams

How secure is your current intranet?

For any organisation, it’s highly important to have a digital workplace that meets your organisational demands.  You need to be able to protect and secure your organisation’s information. At Invotra, we recognise the concerns and hurdles that organisations face. With these things in mind, we have designed an intranet that ensures you are given the tools … Continue reading How secure is your current intranet?

Invotra hosts “The Evolution of Cyber Security” in Newcastle as part of Digital Leaders Cyber Resilience Week

Last week, Invotra was proud to host a fantastic event as part of Digital Leaders’ Cyber Resilience Week at The Core, part of Science Central in Newcastle. We arranged an impressive and diverse list of speakers, from local business leaders, to the police forces’ regional head of cyber-crime unit. The main objective was to get … Continue reading Invotra hosts “The Evolution of Cyber Security” in Newcastle as part of Digital Leaders Cyber Resilience Week