Twitter suffered one of the biggest cyber-attacks in history last week.
Several high-profile Twitter accounts, including Bill Gates, Apple, Uber, and Elon Musk, were breached simultaneously promoting a cryptocurrency scam urging millions of followers to send money and in return offering a larger payback.
Twitter has stated it was a “coordinated social engineering attack” against its employees, ultimately providing the scammer’s access to internal systems and tools to carry out this attack.
Social Engineering attacks are most commonly based on so-called “phishing emails” designed to fool employees into divulging login credentials for company accounts, something that all businesses need to be aware of and defend against. The best method of doing this is via cyber-awareness training for staff.
If you would like to know more about the cyber security Alncom can offer for your business, give us a call on 01665 604816 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Education Secretary announces that vulnerable and disadvantaged young people across the country will receive free laptops.
Disadvantaged children across England are set to receive laptops and tablets as part of a push to make remote education accessible for pupils staying at home during the coronavirus outbreak.
The plan is part of a new push to make remote education accessible for pupils stuck at home due to the current lockdown. The Government will order computers for children in the most vital stages of their education. Furthermore they will also provide 4G routers, but only to make sure “disadvantaged secondary school pupils and care leavers” can access the internet if they don’t already have it.
Devices will be ordered for children in the most vital stages of their education, those who receive support from a social worker and care leavers.
The government will also provide 4G routers to make sure disadvantaged secondary school pupils and care leavers can access the internet – where those families do not already have mobile or broadband internet in the household.
The country’s major telecommunications providers will make it easier for families to access selected educational resources by temporarily exempting these sites from data charges.
If you’re away from the office, factory or premises you can now view your property any time, any where!
Our premium package includes:
With the unprecedented events in the UK around Covid-19 moving at a pace and the drive for remote working becoming key for the majority of our customers, we wanted to provide you with an update.
Alncom is clearly a critical service provider and as per our previous communications, we have strong contingency plans in place to provide on-going support to our customers.
Support Calls and Tickets
In the last 2 weeks, our support calls and requests have quadrupled and whilst we are adding all available additional resources to our support team, invariably, this does mean that the speed that we can make the requested changes to our customers communication services is hampered and as a result there will be delays.
We understand this will cause some frustration and we do appreciate that every business sees their change requests as important and please be assured we are working through all requests in the order they have been placed whilst giving priority to faults.
We would like to thank you for your patience during busy times and please be assured, that our teams are working very hard to deliver service where we are doing everything we can to get through these requests at the earliest opportunity.
For clarification our key email address and numbers for support are as follows;
Tech Support : – email@example.com / 01665 604816
Customer Site Visits
In line with government guidelines, we have now suspended any non-urgent site visits and increased the number of office based support staff, who are fully qualified to support you remotely.
Should you require a site visit from one of our teams, please support us by letting us know if you are aware of any infection in your area.
If you have any questions or concerns around this email or wish to discuss any aspect of your service please firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are here to help and support your business and will do everything we can to assist you, so if there is anything we can do to provide assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Alncom was established in 1982 and are a world leading rural broadband & I.T. solutions provider. Based in Alnwick, Northumberland, UK, we provide cost effective and reliable rural broadband, Network solutions for wired and wireless networks. I.T. solution & CCTV to government, residential, and industry and have many years’ experience in designing, installing and maintaining “bespoke” solutions to fix difficult problems.
Due to continued expansion we are searching for a field sales executive who is very comfortable dealing with businesses and general public. Most importantly the right candidate will be enthusiastic, ambitious and hardworking with a personal interest in IT Solutions, and a desire to develop a career in the industry.
The role :
ï Building and developing strong relationships with customers
ï Promoting the features and benefits of Alncom’s broadband services
ï Sourcing new business leads
ï Massive income potential
ï Easy to sell, well established product
ï Excellent promotional prospects exist for people who demonstrate a target driven attitude and strong leadership skills
The ideal candidate will be:
Priority will be given to applicants who have previous sales experience in technology related industries.
Competitive salary for suitably qualified and experienced candidates.
Over time and pension.
Job Type: Full-time
To apply, email: Gareth.email@example.com.
Alncom now have a full fibre, gigabit capable broadband solution in place for properties around Matfen & Ingoe area.
Alncom is a leader in providing Ultrafast broadband to locations where other Telecom providers fail. Our delivery methods are proven, reliable, fast and can be deployed for a fraction of the price of traditional line-based supply.
Traditional rural broadband connections often struggle to cope with the simultaneous demands of streaming videos or music, with multiple devices and appliances logged on at the same time.
With Alncom rural broadband, everyone within a home or small business is able to do what they want online without any annoying buffering.
We can connect the community now and what’s even better, is that funding is available to cover the installation!
Find out how we can get you connected by attending our drop in event on Tuesday 21 January from 5-7pm!
Contact Alncom on : 01665 604816 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.