Category Archives: Security

How Safe is Your Router?

The safety of home routers has recently come into question, when it was discovered that Virgin Media’s Super Hub 2 router could be hacked in a very short space of time. The concern is that if the router’s password is not changed from its default password, it could leave the router open to attack. Ronald […]

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Are Businesses Willing To Upgrade Their Online Security?

Recent attacks on business from around the globe have caused concern to other organizations that have not been affected by such attacks. A recent survey of small to medium sized businesses in the UK showed that more than 60% of these companies have not yet invested in better security. Ronald Noble, founder of RKN Global, […]

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Strapped for Cash? You Could Be the Ideal Victim of a Personal Loan Scam

Personal loans are often thought to be a good option for anyone who finds themselves a little short of cash. They are typically unsecured loans, meaning you won’t need to sell your home if you cannot make the repayments. Secured loans are those which are can be collected against your property, and can pose a […]

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RKN Global on Door to Door Sales Fraud

Door to door sales fraud is not new.  “The Music Man,” the 1957 Broadway hit about a door-to-door salesman ostensibly in the music business, reminds us that the salesman/con-artist was a familiar trope already sixty years ago, and undoubtedly was so long before that.   Many of us have at one time or another responded […]

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RKN Global on Ransomware

NHS services throughout the UK, along with computer systems in countries throughout the world, were recently subjected to an attack by a program known as ‘WannaCry’. The alleged attack in question involved hackers infecting the software used by the NHS and preventing NHS staff from accessing their files unless they receive $300 worth of Bitcoin […]

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