Blogs and Articles

KryptoKloud – On the Move

18 October 2021

On 12th February 2020, KryptoKloud was very proud to announce the opening of its brand new bespoke Security Operations Centre (SOC) in the Boole Technology Centre. It was specifically designed to cater for an increase in demand of our cyber security and intelligence services and products. However, six weeks later the country was thrown into…

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KryptoKloud receives Employer Recognition Scheme Silver Award 2021

14 October 2021

KryptoKloud’s proud commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant has once again been officially recognised. At a splendid Awards Dinner hosted at the International Bomber Command Centre near Lincoln on Thursday 14th October 2021, KryptoKloud was presented with the Employer Recognition Scheme Silver Award by Toby Dennis, the Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire on behalf of the…

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KryptoKloud Takes on Lincoln College Apprentices

13 September 2021

2021 has been a year of outstanding growth and change for KryptoKloud, not only in the size of its workforce but also physically as it prepares to relocate to bigger and premises, but more of that later.  In early September KryptoKloud embarked on a new adventure of taking on not one, two, or three, but…

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KryptoKloud partners with DataQube

11 August 2021

KryptoKloud’s next-generation cyber protection system leverages darknet intelligence to safeguard DataQube’s valuable edge data centre assets. DataQube Global Ltd, developer of a breakthrough, 5G-ready edge data centre system, has teamed up with KryptoKloud Ltd, an award-winning cyber intelligence and MSSP provider, to safeguard its invaluable edge computing assets against cybercrime. The collaboration assures heightened protection…

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The Rise Of Ransomware: Why IT Teams Should Be Concerned

22 June 2021

Further Education (FE) and Higher Education (HE) Colleges are an attractive target for cyber criminals. As of late May/June 2021, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is investigating yet another increase in ransomware attacks against colleges and universities in the UK.  As such, recent research has highlighted that four out of five education providers have…

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E-book: Protecting Education From Cyber Attacks

22 June 2021

In 2020 numerous FE and HE providers fell victim to cyber attacks. Ten universities were targeted in the Blackbaud attack, and other attacks targeted establishments including Luminate Education Group, Newcastle University, Dundee & Angus College and Northumbria University. The NCSC has now issued an alert to the education sector to act now, before it is…

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How KryptoKloud Supported Lincoln College Through A Major Cyber Attack

22 June 2021

Cyber-attacks have become a commonplace within the education sector with four out of five providers experiencing some form of breach in 2020. The impact of a breach can be catastrophic with recent research conducted by IBM reporting that a data breach will cost an education provider an average of £3.1 million. These costs are made…

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Securing The Public Sector In 2021 And Beyond

10 June 2021

Why is the public sector a major target for cyber-attacks and how can they mitigate the threats? As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, large-scale cyber attacks against the public sector are on the rise, impacting sectors such as education and health. The regular attacks against individuals and companies are becoming more sophisticated and targeted…

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The Rise of Supply Chain Attacks

9 June 2021

The manufacturing sector has witnessed and continues to witness a significant increase in targeted cyber attacks as a result of increased integrated systems connecting all organisational levels from the shop floor to C-suite.  As such, the sector is reinforcing their cyber security posture by introducing and upgrading technology capabilities. However, one area is consistently overlooked:…

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Is The Manufacturing Sector Prepared For A Cyber Attack?

2 June 2021

Inevitably the manufacturing sector has transformed and will continue to develop into a digitally dependent enterprise implementing advanced technologies such as robotics, AI, Internet of things and augmented reality. As such, the manufacturing sector has become increasingly affected by the frequency, complexity and severity of cyber-attacks.  In response, this week’s message looks at the reasons…

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