Ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts a victim’s files so that data cannot be accessed. The attacker then demands a ransom from the victim in exchange for restoring the data. Some of the more aggressive forms of ransomware exploit security holes in operating systems, infecting computers without the need to deceive users. One such security vulnerability is BlueKeep, discovered in May 2019 to be affecting older versions of Microsoft Windows.
We recently explored the subject of business email compromise, a form of cyber-crime. If you decided the topic was not relevant because you don’t run a business reliant on IT systems then we would urge you to read on, because cyber-crime is becoming increasingly prevalent in many industries, including lift engineering and construction.
When arranging insurance, you may have noticed that the different insurance providers have ‘ratings’. In this post we will be exploring insurance ratings in detail, explaining how the ratings work, why they are so important and the risks of using a poorly rated or unrated insurer.
The passenger lift has to be considered one of the most important inventions of all time. Why? Because without it, there wouldn’t be any high rise buildings! The history of the lift makes for interesting reading. Join us as we venture onwards and upwards through the historical timeline of the important world of vertical transport.