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    • Identify Threats

      To fight cyber crime in your business, you must identify what the threats are. In this guide, we’ll share some of the biggest threats your business is facing right now and how to avoid falling victim to them.

    • Integrate Tools

      No need to tirelessly research and trial various cyber security products. In this guide, we’ll outline exactly which sophisticated security tools you need to address the most prominent cyber threats your business is facing.

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      Managing cyber security threats is a full-time job, so why not let us manage it for you? Focus on running and growing your business, with ongoing support from your trusted managed service provider.

    Cyber Security Threats

    Your business could be facing...

    • Ransomware

      A form of malware (malicious software) that holds your business to ransom. Cyber criminals take control of your files, photographs, and any other data that’s important to you. They encrypt it, and deny you access until you’ve paid a ransom of their choosing.

    • Malicious Links & Files

      Malicious links and files are encrypted to corrupt your files, devices and systems. It only takes one innocent click from an employee to bring your entire business to it’s knees. They are usually completely concealed and look as any other links/files would!

    • Data Leakage 

      In a time of remote working, your business information is spread far and wide. If your staff are using personal devices, this information is susceptible to being leaked. If that leaked data ends up in the wrong hands, your business could suffer greatly.

    • Cracked Passwords

      It’s never been so easy for hackers to crack your business’s passwords, giving them access to all your data and personal information. Today, there are many sophisticated hacking platforms that make revealing passwords a quick job. 

    • Phishing Emails

      Your employees probably receive numerous emails everyday. So how can you detect when one is fake? Phishing emails look dangerously like normal emails from recognised vendors and affiliates, except they have the purpose of stealing personal information.

    • Human Error

      Human error is one of the most common threats to businesses today. With so many staff members accessing information from different platforms and devices, mistakes are easily made. Unfortunately, some of these mistakes can be detrimental to business.