Cyber Security for business
By outsourcing the security of your IT infrastructure to us, your data, devices and network are fully protected and secured. We use the latest, tested cyber security technologies to ensure that you do not become a victim of cybercrime.
Intrusion prevention systems (IPS)
Advanced threat protection (ATP)
Anti-virus & malware protection
Firewall & patch management
Email security & anti-spam
GDPR complaint data security
HOW YOU BENEFIT
Improved compliance (GDPR) & data security
Prevent data loss & breaches
Pre-exploit risk reduction of fraud, theft & data leakage
Supports AIC triad security model
Instant detection and remediation of threats & vulnerabilities
Threat warnings & access to professional advice
61% percent of small businesses are victimised by cyber attacks each year, and one in five victims do not survive. It is financially worthwhile to make sure that your business is secure from cyber attacks and threats.
What is a vulnerability test:
A vulnerability test is a comprehensive audit of security flaws that a hacker could exploit, and the possible consequences. This is the equivalent of a doctor giving a physical examination. This information will allow you to know what your risks are and plan your security policies accordingly. Vulnerability tests should be conducted quarterly or whenever you are incorporating new equipment or software into your IT network.
What is a pen-test:
A pen-test is a simulated attack on a network to test the strength of its security. Usually, the pen-tester will have a specific objective such as compromising a piece of data. A penetration test is designed to actually exploit weaknesses in the architecture of your systems. Different Industries and Government / Public Sector organisations will have different mandated requirements for pen-testing. One of the more broad reaching regulations, the PCI DSS, for example, requires pen-testing to be conducted on an annual basis. However, it is prudent to go beyond the legal minimum. You should also conduct a pen-test every time you have:
- – added new network infrastructure or applications,
- – made significant upgrades or
- – modifications to infrastructure or applications,
- – established new office locations,
- – applied a security patch
- – modified end user policies.
Consider two scenarios:
“All of your data is extremely vulnerable… because a hacker took all of your customers’ credit card data and locked your company data behind ransomware.”
“All of your data is extremely vulnerable…we know this because we did a vulnerability test of your network, identifying critical vulnerabilities that are exploitable. We have suggestions on how to improve your IT security.”
Don’t let IT jeopardise your business.
Get a Free Security Audit now before IT is too late – your insurance may not pay out!