Dakota Murphey


About Dakota Murphey

Dakota Murphey is a tech writer specialising in cybersecurity, working with Redscan on this and a number of other GDPR, MDR, and ethical hacking projects.

GDPR, compliance, privacy, trust

How To Turn GDPR Compliance Into A Positive

6-Mar-2019 | Dakota Murphey

The General Data Protection Act (GDPR) was introduced in May 2018 to a huge furor. Headlines were made as companies scrambled to ensure that they were fully compliant with all of the new rules. In tru

cyber security, data breach, cyber defense, hacking, data security, insider attacks, phishing

How To Protect Your Business Against Insider Attacks

2-Jan-2019 | Dakota Murphey

When most people think of cybersecurity risks to businesses, they incorrectly assume they originate from external sources. Threats that come from the inside are more common than most people realize. S

self-driving car, autonomous vehicle, auto tech

Are Driverless Cars The Future? Or A Stupid Idea?

27-Dec-2018 | Dakota Murphey

If the media is anything to go by, fully self-driving cars will be appearing on a road near you very soon. The British government is an enthusiastic leader in autonomous technology and is investing hu

cyber security, data breach, cyber defense, hacking, GDPR, data security

Ethical Hacking: Reasons To Test Your Cybersecurity

22-Oct-2018 | Dakota Murphey

Every day, cybercrime reports become more shocking. In the UK alone, some 46% of all businesses suffered some form of cyber breach or attack in 2017. Many companies are turning to ethical hackers i

security, endpoint, antivirus, threat prevention, managed IT services

Why Invest In Endpoint Security

23-Aug-2018 | Dakota Murphey

Cybersecurity is no longer an issue that any business can afford to take lightly. Hackers and criminals are using increasingly advanced techniques, and if your organization isn’t putting sufficient

5 Reasons To Consider Managed Detection And Response For Cybersecurity

22-Sep-2017 | Dakota Murphey

There was once a time when you could install a firewall and say with relative confidence that your business was protected from cyber attacks. But as hackers, crackers, and cybercriminals get smarter,