Don’t Let A Cyber Breach Ruin Your Christmas
When buying presents for your loved ones at Christmas, would you leave them on your doorstep for everyone to see or take? You should apply the same caution to your network, don’t leave your data open for cyber criminals to access.
Hackers attack every 39 seconds, on average 2,244 times a day. In 2019 the average time it took to identify a security breach was 206 days! It has become more important than ever to ensure your business is cyber secure, especially with more and more businesses implementing home working as a permanent fixture.
Unfortunately, cyber criminals attack any business and don’t discriminate. Big names have been impacted by breaches this year, including Garmin, Government supplier Interserve and EasyJet – all resulting in loss of revenue and the potential of massive fines from the ISO. The implications of Covid-19 have been vast on businesses, personal lives and health, but there has been no exclusion in the tech world. Due to the pandemic, there has been a huge 30% growth in cyber-attacks in 2020. It has never been so important to secure your systems.
How to keep your network safe from cyber criminals
While cyber-crime statistics can be scary, the good news is that you can secure your system, avoid data breaches, hefty fines, and loss in revenue. There are a few quick security fixes that are easy to implement, including MFA (multi-factor authentication) and stringent password controls and policies. But, with cyber criminals quickly advancing their skills, and numbers of attacks growing, this is not enough. Our award-winning Network Security (NOC) team can assess your systems and provide suggestions to secure your network.
Incident response delivers the highest impact on an organisation when deployed alongside a comprehensive cyber threat risk or impact assessment. Cybercrime is unpredictable by nature – so your organisation could be taken by surprise; however, we are still here for you.
Managed Cyber Security
We have hand-selected the most advanced cutting-edge technologies that work in harmony to educate your employees, continually assess for cybersecurity risks, and protect your organisation against cybercrime, giving you one holistic overview of how your business is managing cyber threats.
Regular penetration testing is a constructive method of managing vulnerabilities and ensuring your infrastructure is safeguarded against hackers. Penetration testing is also a requirement of many security standards, such as ISO 27001 and PCI DSS. Therefore, if you are regulated or accredited in these areas, penetration testing is non-negotiable.
Quick Security Stats
- 62% of businesses experienced phishing and social engineering attacks in 2018.
- The average cost of a data breach is $3.92 million as of 2019.
- 68% of business leaders feel their cybersecurity risks are increasing.
- Data breaches exposed 4.1 billion records in the first half of 2019.
- 71% of breaches were financially motivated and 25% were motivated by espionage.
We are here to help!
If your business has not considered cyber security options before now, our expert team are on-hand to support you through the process. Contact our award-winning team today on email@example.com and we can work together to protect your business.