A guide to Cyber-Security

Cyber-security should be a concern for everyone because we are all at risk. Individuals and small businesses often put cyber-security at the back of their mind thinking "it won't be me". Unfortunately, your data is almost certainly already out there; breaches are commonplace and it is highly likely that you will have already been caught within one. However, it's never too late to make positive changes. Now is the time for you to be proactive and make some simple changes. I've put together a list of some really simple and inexpensive tools that you can implement into your own security measures to help protect you.


Virtual Private Network (VPN)

A Virtual Private Network masks your true IP address by changing it to a secure server, owned by your VPN provider. This means that your activity online is hidden from your Internet Service Provider and therefore, everyone else.

Proton VPN is a security focussed VPN provider and is our go-to recommendation. Proton maintains no-logging policy, currently permitted by Swiss law. There's also a free limited version that allows you to try out Proton's service. Proton VPN starts with free usage and increases thro