Your Security Partner

Security isn’t as expensive as you might think. 1 in 3 businesses will suffer from a cyber security attack, with an average cost of £4180. Don’t be a victim, act now to secure your business.

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How should we protect our business?

Advanced threat protection can block malicious attachments, and even check links before you can click on them. Don’t rely on basic spam filtering, as it doesn’t provide enough protection.

DNS Content Filtering provides the first line of defence against threats on the internet. It is the easiest way to protect all your users in minutes.

Being able to quickly restore your data protects you from system failures, security breaches, and ransomware.

Many products aren’t configured to be their most secure out of the box. Proper configuration and understanding of all software is essential to ensure the ongoing security of your business.

Someone should be regularly checking all business systems for any alerts, or any signs of problems.
Systems should be configured with triggers to automatically detect security events and send notifications to key people.

Using Intrusion Prevention, Malware Protection and Content Filtering, they are much more capable of stopping advanced threats, they are essential at the perimeter of your network.

Wireless is not confined to the walls of your office, so it is imperative that it is secured with the latest encryption. Multiple wireless networks should be created, to separate guests, staff, and business systems.

MFA is vital to security. Even if someone obtains your password, they still can’t access your account unless they have your phone too.

People have too many passwords to remember, which makes password reuse commonplace. Encourage good password management by providing tools which make it easy.

Regular training for all staff should be in place to ensure everyone is aware of the risks. Phishing simulations can help to identify people who may need extra training.

It’s important that security is taken seriously at all levels of the organisation, and that actions match policies.