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Graeme Wilson

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Introducing the Service Desk Callback feature

Graeme Wilson  August 13, 2018 News & Announcements, Sentrian One

 
We've made a small but significant change to the Service Desk phone support to help reduce wait times. Try our Callback feature the next time you call our Service Desk.

Developing an IT security culture in 2018

Graeme Wilson  May 30, 2018 Opinion, Security

 
Changing a few policies & enabling a few settings can set your business on a security conscious path. See how Amazon's five steps to build a security culture can scale to organisations of any size.

Sentrian Guide to Avoiding Email Scams

Graeme Wilson  May 22, 2018 Security

 
Our six steps to avoid being duped by emerging email scams. See how to respond to suspicious email and what to do if you think you're being attacked.

WannaCry Ransomware: Facts and Risks

Graeme Wilson  May 15, 2017 Security

 
WannaCry ransomware launched on 12 May 2017. Understand the facts to assess the risks for your organisation.

The story of a ticket

Graeme Wilson  March 28, 2017 Sentrian One

 
You've got an IT issue and you've reported it, but where does it go? We show you how a ticket is created and how it helps.

Respond, Recover, React: 3 steps to survive the ransomware epidemic

Graeme Wilson  June 10, 2016 Technology, Security

 
Ransomware frequently targets businesses. Sentrian engineers outline three steps to survive the ransomware epidemic - respond, recover & react.

Stopping malware: Application Whitelisting

Graeme Wilson  May 04, 2016 Digital Strategy, Security, Sentrian One

 
Application whitelisting. What it is, how it works and how it can form part of your IT security kit toward preventing malware.

When you should get Windows 10

Graeme Wilson  July 11, 2015 How To, Opinion

 
When you should get Windows 10

Are you vulnerable to FREAK?

Graeme Wilson  March 12, 2015 Security

 
FREAK is the latest eye-catching security flaw affecting secure connections across the world following last year’s OpenSSL vulnerability, Heartbleed.