Protecting your business, your data and your systems is essential for all businesses currently. Recent cyber-attacks have made the national and international press and the statistics relating to the number of ongoing attacks is alarming and clearly on the rise.
The threats are real and they can be devastating for a business from an operational and reputation point of view, and with the new GDPR legislation coming into force in May 2018 the fines that can be imposed for not protecting or misusing the data you hold are significant.
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 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.
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