If your business or organisation uses computers, servers, Cloud services, internet interaction or devices such as laptops or PCs, then you need a cyber security strategy to prevent cyber criminals accessing your data.
In today’s interconnected world, it’s not a question of if you’ll be hacked but when. Cyber attacks are increasing and methods of breaching security growing ever more sophisticated.
We hear about high-profile cyber attacks on government agencies, hospitals and oil companies, which have become the victims of ransomware attacks and forced to pay a huge ransom to cybercriminals.
But the sobering truth is that any organisation can be attacked, no matter what the size, and there’s evidence that small businesses are now being attacked more frequently as criminals look to take advantage of weaknesses in cyber security.
Cyber security includes:
Security involves protecting systems, networks and assets whose operation is deemed necessary to ensure the security of an economy and the public’s health and safety.
Network security covers technologies, devices and processes. It’s a set of rules and configurations designed to protect the integrity, confidentiality and accessibility of computer networks and data using both software and hardware.
Security involves keeping data private and safe across online-based infrastructure, applications, and platforms.
IoT security involves securing internet devices and the networks they’re connected to from threats and breaches by protecting, identifying and monitoring risks while fixing vulnerabilities from a range of devices that can pose security risks to a business.
A security plan will address security misconfigurations, broken access control, outdated components, insecure design and cryptographic failures. Don’t forget – developers might be great at developing functionality, but they are not always necessarily aware of how to develop securely!
Information security protects sensitive information from unauthorised activities, including inspection, modification, recording, and any disruption or destruction.
The goal is to ensure the correct processes and governance are in place to protect the safety and privacy of critical data, such as customer account details, financial data or intellectual property.
We have a team of world-class experts whose expertise covers all aspects of technology. We have designed, built and configured some of the UK’s most Critical Infrastructure and we’ve worked in all sectors, partnering with global companies, small start-ups and everything in between, enabling us to provide a cyber security package that’s right for you.
We provide a full Cyber Security Review to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities in your IT estate. We offer a full Remediation Action Plan (RAP) and can provide ongoing support and continuous testing to ensure cyber attacks don’t access your vital data.
Contact us today to learn more about how FoxTech can help protect your organisation from cyber crime.
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