With the introduction of the GDPR in May 2018, protecting your business against cyber criminals has never been so important. Business now find themselves liable to large fines for the loss of sensitive personal data, just at the point when criminals are focusing their efforts on small and medium businesses. In the event of an attack not only do you have to suffer the costs and downtime of getting a virus or ransomware, you may also have to pay a fine which could cost up to 3% of your annual turnover.
There is no one solution to fit all, so it’s important to identify any weaknesses in your network and defend your endpoints accordingly. There are many facets to IT Security which require continual maintenance and improvement, so keeping your business protected can be a time consuming and complex process, this is where we come in. We can help ensure that the right people have access to your data and that appropriate user restrictions are in place and maintained. We can check to make sure your internet connections, networks, servers and desktops are secure from external attacks. We can help you take the right approach to securing your endpoints by layering protection and security, reducing the surface area of attack, addressing threats such Malware and business email compromise. We can train your staff to identify malicious emails and explain what to do if they believe they have been a victim of cyber crime.