Regardless of the introduction of the GDPR it is clear that cyber security is currently one of the top concerns for all business owners. The statistics are alarming with 46% of micro/small business and 66% of medium/large businesses identifying a cyber security breach or attack in the last 12 months. It is predicted that the number, sophistication and potential damage cyber-attacks inflict will continue to grow.
The GDPR regulation requires companies to implement appropriate data protection policies and Fortis Greene can help you build you defences. There are many steps you can take to make sure your IT systems are secure, including ensuring the latest updates are applied to your estate, you have a suitable anti-virus installed and working, you have firewalls in place and so on.
You can also complete several assessments – such as Cyber Essentials – to gauge your existing exposure to ongoing threats that will then allow you to pro-actively build defences and protect your business. These include assessing your existing IT security controls, security testing of new or existing systems, phishing testing and network security assessments which will identify any gaps and recommendations made to remedy. Please get in touch to see how Fortis Greene can help.
The journey to compliance and the ongoing process of ensuring your organisation remains within the law will be different for every company.Read More
Our awareness course covers the key elements of the GDPR, what this means operationally to organisations and how to deal with the changes to individual’s rights.Read More
Regardless of the introduction of the GDPR it is clear that cyber security is currently one of the top concerns for all business owners.Read More