Your digital wellbeing starts with password management – you really should have a password manager these days, or at least be thinking about it.  But if you don’t yet have this sorted …please do not reuse passwords over different accounts. 


Did you know that 98% of text messages are read – 45% are responded to. This opens up a whole new opportunity to those vishing cyber-crimes to have a go – be wary of any suspicious texts asking for personal information and to click on links you are not familiar with…just don’t do it. 


Do you know how secure your passwords are?   Go to – https://haveibeenpwned.com/  This will show if you if your phone or email is in a data breach and you should then change any compromised passwords to be on the safe side. 

tinyTIP – Humans are still cleverer …

Did you know – If there was a computer as powerful as the human brain, it would be able to do 38 thousand trillion operations per second: and hold more than 3,580 terabytes of memory. Looks like the robots will be a wee way off yet ! 

We finally got round to posting our sustainability credentials – check it out…

We’ve been doing it ever since we started and picked up an award from the Sustainable Business Network way back in 2005 … and we haven’t stopped there. We thought it was time to let you know a little bit about our supply chain … and our future plans. We give a shIT ! Check […]

REvil and PrintNightmare – Independence Day Critical Ransomware Incidents

Date 3rd July 2021                                                                                             Identified at 0900 hours Communication and response action plan from the Fisheye Team regarding two global malware attacks overnight. First update as of 1300 hours to all Site Contacts REvil Ransomware Attack The Kaseya VSA platform is currently suffering from a malware attack known as the REvil Ransomware Attack. Fisheye has […]

Don’t get Phished, Smished, Vished or Pharmed

PHISHING    “Phishing” refers to criminal activity that attempts to fraudulently obtain sensitive information via email communication. There are several ways a cyber thief will try to obtain sensitive information such as your driver’s license, credit card information, or bank account information, they then use it to impersonate or defraud people.  These emails can look very real, and some […]

Fisheye Christmas newsletter 2019

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Quarterly Fisheye newsletter Oct-Dec 2019

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Quarterly Fisheye newsletter July-Sept 2019

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