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Are you worried about security?

Is your business prepared for a cyber attack?

Would your team recognise a cyber threat?

Focus on your business purpose, not your Cyber Security.

Meet Cyber Essentials targets.

Protection that meets ISo 27001 standards.

What to expect with our cyber security services

Today, many businesses rely on the internet for their day-to-day operations. This makes them a tempting target for cyberattacks, bringing a organisation to its knees.

Concerns for many businesses include data breaches, ransomware, and malware. Unfortunately, cybercrime is on the rise, and companies need to take steps to protect themselves.

The One Point provides a fully managed Cyber Security service, allowing clients to have a solid internal Cyber Security capability without hiring dedicated Security personnel. This can save on expense or the hassle of training existing staff to be more alert to security matters.

We combine internationally recognised security standards with best of breed training and technology platforms to keep your business safe from cybercriminals.

Vulnerability scanning
Both internal and external.
Virtual Security Management
Access to our security experts
Team Training
Cyber threats awareness training.
Breach Monitoring
For email address security.
Simulated phishing exercises
Don't fall for phishing scams.
MS Teams & Slack Compatible
For use on your favourite apps.

Our standards include Cyber Essentials Plus and ISO27001 Information Security Management System Certification. In addition, we are a double gold Microsoft Partner for cloud service technologies.

The One Point offers a range of cyber security services, including external and internal vulnerability scanning, virtual security management, and security awareness training for your team. They also provide email address breach monitoring and simulated phishing exercises.

Mobile And Tablet
compatible

Additional benefits can include quarterly risk reporting, which outlines the organisation's current cyber security position and provides actionable steps to reduce risks. Compatibility should not be a roadblock either. Our platforms play nicely with all our customers' favourite apps, such as Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex, and Microsoft 365. They are fully capable on mobile and tablet devices. So you can keep your remote teams protected too.

The One Point offers expert consultation and solutions to businesses of all sizes to help them manage their cyber security. Services include penetration testing, vulnerability scanning, and incident response.

The One Point has a team of highly experienced and certified professionals with a deep understanding of the latest threats and how to mitigate them. We can get to the root of your cyber security troubles and even help your team learn to adapt to new practices and ways of working.

Vulnerability Scanning

Finding security flaws in your network is a never-ending job. Many businesses without cyber security services fail to conduct an adequate security audit. Your organisation should do regular vulnerability scans to stay on top of the dangers. It's critical to identify and respond to security vulnerabilities before cybercriminals can use them to access your business's most valuable assets. Sometimes this process is known as threat intelligence. It's a time-consuming process, so managed security services are attractive investments for many organisations wanting to be safe.

Traditional vulnerability often scans inundate already overstretched IT teams, with overly granular unspecific reports. The problem can be don't act because they don't know how which leaves your business exposed.
As part of our cyber security services, we provide you with detailed information on every potential vulnerability in a helpful, not overwhelming way. We have a staff of highly educated and skilled cyber security experts committed to identifying and prioritising the most severe holes in your security and exposing any vulnerabilities.

Penetration
Testing

Part of The One Point's managed security services includes penetration testing. A service commonly known as PEN testing is a method of actively attempting to detect and exploit flaws in a company's system, network, or infrastructure. A vulnerability scan or a compliance audit simply examines the top level and reports vulnerabilities. Rather than doing this, penetration testing is employed to show how real-world attackers could break into a company's systems and exploit existing cyber threats.

Organisations use penetration testing for several reasons: to identify vulnerabilities before an attacker does, to evaluate the effectiveness of security controls in place, to find the most severe vulnerabilities and prioritise them, and to measure the impact of a successful attack. Penetration testers use a variety of methods to attempt to exploit vulnerabilities, including scanning networks and systems.

Security
Awareness

Cybercriminals target your organisational users to break into your network via email, SMS, phone, and social engineering methods. They're attacking people, networks, and web applications, making defending against them more challenging. Even with top-of-the-line endpoint protection and network security policies, cybercriminals will find innovative ways to breach the barriers and carry out their cyber attack. They'll utilise sophisticated social engineering tactics to persuade your staff into disclosing critical data when they do.

Users are the most valuable assets of an organisation. A lack of regular security awareness training, up-to-date communications, and no means of monitoring user activities are frequently the primary reasons organisations are targeted by hackers. For this reason, education should be an essential part of cyber security solutions. With a successful security awareness training program, you may improve your risk of cyberattacks. Business can transform their employees into a solid first line of defence for detecting, avoiding, and reporting advanced attacks.

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Frequently
Asked Questions

Do people really need to be worried about cyber threats?

Every day, many public and private organisations worldwide are attacked by cybercriminals. These criminals are becoming more sophisticated and organised, and their attacks are becoming more destructive and stealthy. Cybersecurity is essential to protect your business from these threats.
Businesses and organisations need to invest in strong cyber security measures to protect themselves from cyber-attacks. However, there is no guarantee that even the best cyber security measures will be 100% effective against all threats. Businesses and individuals must be aware of the risks and take steps to protect themselves.

What is the best way to protect against cyber-attacks?

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. The best way to protect against cyberattacks depends on your organisation's specific threats and the type of information you are trying to protect. However, some basic steps you can take to protect your organisation from cyber attacks include:

- Educate your employees about cybersecurity risks and best practices.Implementing strong password policies.

- Restricting access to sensitive information.

- Regularly backing up data.

- Regularly conducting security assessments.

- Investing in a reliable cybersecurity solution delivered by experts who are up to date with the latest measures.

What if my employees already know about cyber security?

Even if your employees are already familiar with the basics of cyber security, it is essential to keep them up-to-date on new threats and best practices. The cyber security landscape is constantly changing, so it is vital to ensure employees are as informed as possible. You can provide regular training and awareness programmes alongside managed security services that keep you patched, protected and unattractive to security risks. You should also ensure that employees know who to contact if they suspect that they have been the victim of a cyber attack. Make your team feel comfortable being part of your business's cyber incident response.

What is the best way to protect against cyber-attacks?

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. The best way to protect against cyberattacks depends on your organisation's specific threats and the type of information you are trying to protect. However, some basic steps you can take to protect your organisation from cyber attacks include:

- Educate your employees about cybersecurity risks and best practices.

- Implementing strong password policies.

- Restricting access to sensitive information.

- Regularly backing up data.

- Investing in a reliable cybersecurity solution delivered by experts who are up to date with the latest measures.

- Making strong cyber protection part of the company culture and not just a reaction to other businesses' misfortunes.

What is the worst thing that could happen if my business was hacked?

Hackers can access the various databases of your company and steal sensitive information like financial records, medical records and personal data. This fallout of this is not just economic. It could cost your reputation and the trust your customers place in protecting their data and doing business with you. When confidential information is stolen, it could be used to extort money from your organisation or to cause damage by releasing the information publicly. In some cases, hackers have taken control of systems and networks, causing significant disruptions.

These disruptions can cost businesses a lot of money in lost productivity and revenue. In the worst cases, they can even put people's lives at risk.

What are the most common types of cyberattacks a cyber security service can prevent?

The most common type of cyber attack is a phishing attack where hackers send fake emails or texts that appear to be from a legitimate source. Typically, employees will feel under pressure from what seems to be a bank, a government office, a delivery service, or even another employee in the company. These mind games trick people into giving them sensitive information, such as passwords or credit card numbers, without checking legitimacy.

This kind of attack relies on human error as much as technology and often involves sophisticated psychological trickery. Other common types of cyberattacks include:

Ransomware, where hackers lock people's computers or files and demand a ransom payment to unlock them;

Malware, which is software that is designed to harm or take control of a computer system;

Denial-of-service attacks (DOS) attempt to make a website or online service unavailable to users.

How much would it cost to fix a data breach?

Cost can vary greatly depending on the size of the organisation and the type of information that was compromised. IBM's annual data breach costs report estimates the UK average cost of a data breach is £3.36 million. This puts the UK above the global average of £3.03 million.
Small businesses can expect to pay an average of £131 per record.

Hidden costs linked with cyber security attacks exist too. Such as the cost of lost revenue due to downtime, investigating breaches and reputation damage.So, while it is impossible to give a precise figure for fixing a security breach, it is safe to say it can be costly - especially for larger organisations. When facing costs like these, organisations must work with a cyber security partner they can depend on.