Is your business at risk?
There are many good reasons why IT security should be top of the priority list for every business. Malware, viruses, phishing – the list of security risks threatening businesses today is endless, and continues to grow daily as hackers develop ever more sophisticated techniques for compromising business IT infrastructures.
A weak IT security strategy is the surest way to succumb to one or more of these threats, and the consequences include loss of productivity and/or revenue due to IT system failure, not to mention data corruption and loss. And you don’t have to look far to see recent high profile examples of the damage that security breaches can have on a business’s reputation.
There are other threats, too, which aren’t related to hacking but can be just as devastating. Flood, fire, natural disaster, hardware failure and human error all have the potential to disrupt a business, sometimes indefinitely.
Find weaknesses in your system before an attacker does.
Level 1 – Basic vulnerability assessment with a brief report
Level 2 – Physical penetration test: an attempt to break into company systems, giving a detailed report on all vulnerabilities
Level 3 – On-site penetration test, an attempt to physically gain access to a company building or site
Server or computer crashes can have a huge impact on business productivity - we can keep you up and running, and avoid costly disruption to your business.
Offsite media, cloud storage, offsite replication, more traditional backup methods, Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) and bespoke disaster recovery plans.
Software if the foundations to a secure system, but is never sufficient alone. We offer:
Managed antivirus, malware and spyware protection, web content privacy and filtering, spam filtering, email continuity, phishing protection, endpoint protection, next generation firewall solutions and patching services.
As of 2018, it will be a legal requirement for businesses in the UK to have encryption in place, (GDPR, Information Commissioner’s Office). Failing to adhere will result in significant fines of up to 4% of global turnover, or £17m, whichever is higher. Listen to the law, we offer:
Encryption assessments, software installation and management, organisational encryption policy, proximity zone securing (encryption on the move).
Awareness – the most important element
Most cyber attacks occur because an innocent, uninformed member of staff has visited a website infected with malware, responded to a phishing email, or given out sensitive information over the phone.
We provide office training sessions, cyber security advice, webinars and seminars, as well as implementing company-wide cyber security policies.
Many businesses only tackle three, possibly four of these elements. To truly protect your firm and observe due diligence, you should really be doing all five.
To find out more about making sure your business is protected against security attacks, contact our experience security team on 0333 210 1231 or via our online form to find out how we can help keep your business data secure.