Cyber security


Protect your business and stay ahead of security threats.
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Why choose us for
your cyber security?

We offer cyber security that is recognised by international security standards. We combine elite training and state-of-the-art technology to keep your business safe.

Our fully managed cyber security service provides our clients with robust internal protection without hiring dedicated security personnel. Our platforms are compatible with a host of popular apps such as Slack, Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 - meaning compatibility won’t be an issue.

We deploy a range of cyber security services, from remote monitoring and cloud backups to vulnerability scanning and quarterly risk reporting. We are experts in countering cybercrime including data breaches, ransomware, and malware.

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24/7 monitoring
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ISO27001 regulatory compliance
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Responsive customer service
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Comprehensive back-up and recovery
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Training and education
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Unlimited and all-inclusive
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Cyber Essentials Plus Accredited
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Microsoft Gold Partner

Why is cyber security

Public and private organisations across the world are targeted by cyber attacks every day. The criminals behind these attacks are becoming more sophisticated and organised, leading to more disruptive and costly breaches.

Hackers seek to gain access to sensitive data or financial resources and use it for blackmail, or even sell it on the dark web. IBM's annual data breach costs report estimates the UK average cost of a data breach is £3.36million.

Businesses need proper cyber security measures and processes in place to safeguard confidential information and minimise the risk of falling victim to malicious software attacks. Without sufficient protection, there is a major vulnerability to serious financial and reputational damage.

Regulatory Compliance

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Ensure you meet essential compliance

From Cyber Essentials Plus to our Microsoft Gold Partnership and ISO27001 Data Security, we can ensure your business meets industry regularity standards.
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IT Training

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Upskill your

We will train your entire team to operate efficiently and safely while using work devices, enhancing your cyber security and minimising the risk of breaches.

Types of Cyber attacks

Phishing – when 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.

Ransomware -
when hackers lock people's computers or files and demand a ransom payment to unlock them.

Malware - software that is designed to harm or take control of a computer system.

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

Cyber Security Experts

Don't be the easy payday cyber criminals are searching for

Our help empowers your whole team with the knowledge to prevent cyber crime. Plus, our support if you still get targeted.

Remote Monitoring

Fixed and patched before issues become downtime

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We deploy software remotely and run regular scans to ensure you're patched, secure and up to date.

What security do we offer?

Vulnerability scanning
– continuous monitoring, both internal and external, to find flaws in your network and ensure you stay on top of cyber security threats. We also provide breach monitoring for email address security.

Penetration (PEN) testing – this is method of actively attempting to detect and exploit flaws in a company's system, network, or infrastructure. This is a step further than top-level vulnerability scanning, instead showing how real-world attackers could break into your systems.

Simulated phishing exercises – these educational campaigns demonstrate how criminals target your organisational users to break into your network via email, SMS, phone and social engineering methods. These exercises, combined with our expert cyber security training, empower your employees to become a solid first line of defence for detecting, avoiding, and reporting advanced attacks.

Virtual Security Management - access to our cyber security experts whenever you need them.

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In today's business world, it's more important than ever to have a strong IT security system in place. With so much of our work and personal lives taking place online, it's only a matter of time before a cybercrime is committed against even the most well-protected businesses. That's why it's so important to partner with an all-inclusive IT support company that can provide comprehensive security solutions.

An all-inclusive IT support company will be able to provide your business with the latest in security technology, including firewalls, anti-virus software, and intrusion detection systems. They'll also be able to monitor your network around the clock and respond quickly to any potential threats. In addition, they can provide training for your employees on how to best protect your data and avoid becoming victims of cybercrime themselves.

Choosing an all-inclusive IT support company is the best way to ensure that your business has the strongest possible defense against cybercrime. By investing in the latest security technology and partnering with a team of experts, you can give yourself peace of mind knowing that your business is protected from even the most sophisticated attacks.

Who needs cyber security?

Businesses of all types need cyber security. The risk of a cyber attack for a business is very real, and no business is immune to being targeted. Cyber security measures are necessary to protect sensitive customer data, company information, intellectual property, financials and more.

Small businesses may be especially vulnerable because they often lack the resources and expertise of larger companies in terms of cyber security. Hackers tend to see them as easy and lucrative targets. Small businesses should ensure that they have appropriate measures in place to protect themselves from potential cyber threats.

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Asked Questions

How can I help my team become more cyber aware?

Help your team become more cyber-aware by providing them with education and training. Make sure everyone on your team knows the basics of cyber security, such as how to keep themselves and your business safe from threats like malware, phishing scams, ransomware attacks, and data breaches.You should also encourage regular cyber hygiene practices such as password changes and updates to security software.

It is important to be cyber-aware because having a greater understanding of the risks associated with using technology will enable you to create stronger defence strategies against potential attack vectors that could put confidential information or intellectual property at risk.

No cyber measures are truly infallible so consider your people your organisation's last line of defence.

Do businesses underestimate the risks of cyber threats?

Businesses often underestimate the risks of cyber threats because they fail to invest in the necessary resources and tools to protect their systems. Without proper cyber security measures and processes in place, companies are vulnerable to data breaches, malicious software attacks, and other cyber threats that can disrupt operations and put confidential information at risk.

Research has also shown that many businesses are unaware of the full scope of potential risks or disasters they may face from a cyber attack. It is important for organisations to be proactive about their security practices by investing in strong defences against these digital threats.

Why are businesses a target for cyber criminals?

Hackers often target businesses because they want to gain access to sensitive data or financial resources. By gaining access to a company’s confidential information, hackers can use it for blackmail, sell it on the dark web, and use other malicious tactics that can put a business at risk of serious financial and reputational damage.

Attackers may also try to install malware within businesses’ systems in order to gain control over their networks or disrupt operations. Additionally, some hackers view targeting companies as an opportunity for recognition and prestige among their peers.

Regardless of the motivation behind hacking activities against businesses, cyber criminals are always looking for ways to exploit weaknesses in corporate security systems and technologies. Therefore, it is essential that companies take measures such as investing in comprehensive cyber security software and training employees regularly about security best practices in order to lower their risk of attack from malicious actors.