What is cybercrime?

What is cybercrime?

  • 13th August 2020
  • Evgeniy Anisimov
  • Cyber Crime

Cybercrime is a name used for different types of crime and illegal activities that take place on the internet/online or where technology is involved to target or attack a victim’s computer and network. Cybercriminals range from rogue individuals to organised crime groups and even state-sponsored actors. They are incredibly organised and professional with online fraud and facilitate their activities to maximise their profit in the shortest time. It is one of the fastest growing criminal...


What is a DEEPFAKE?

What is a DEEPFAKE?

  • 13th August 2020
  • Evgeniy Anisimov
  • Cyber Crime

Deepfake is one of the newest internet storms to hit. So, what is it? Most of us by now have seen the face-ageing and face-swapping apps that are available. Smartphone camera apps are becoming increasingly more sophisticated, making these pictures easy to create. The images these apps generate are not overly realistic. Still, there is a technology that can make a person look and/or sound entirely like someone else by swapping faces in videos. “Deepfake” is an amalgamation of “Deep Learning”...


Keeping children entertained during self-isolation

Keeping children entertained during self-isolation

  • 13th August 2020
  • Emma Laffey
  • Child Safety

Although you may be climbing the walls by the end of the week, in general, self-isolating on your own or with a partner can be quite easy. But what do you do if you’re also needing to focus on keeping children entertained during self-isolation? Self-isolation is very simple with strict rules. If you are self-isolating, you must ensure you stay at home, unless you are exercising which can be done once a day while keeping 2 metres between yourself and others. You cannot go out to buy food or...


Fun things to do indoors with children

Fun things to do indoors with children

  • 13th August 2020
  • Emma Laffey
  • Life Style

With all schools closing across the UK from March 20th 2020, and not opening again until the foreseeable future, you will need things to keep your children occupied. Here are some great ideas if you are in social isolation and looking for indoor activities. Make a time capsule - get your child to write a letter with the date, their name and date of birth. Include a short note to explain how they are feeling about the situation they are in. Ask them to draw a picture of the family, enclose...