Do you know what your organisation’s risk is of being hacked, scammed or held to ransom?
We want to help organisations in every sector from being hit by security breaches caused by cyber attackers. That’s why we offer a FREE CyberRisk assessment to show you instantly what your system looks like to an attacker.
Think of it like a credit score for your computer system. Our assessment checks for weaknesses in your defences and identifies vulnerabilities waiting to be exploited by opportune hackers.
Get your free CyberRisk Assessment today.
CyberRisk provides your organisation with a detailed report showing how high or low your risk is of being hacked. It calculates a score based on publicly available data and information, comparing you to thousands of other organisations. Your score and assessment is emailed to you within one working day, showing you what will attract a hacker’s attention and most importantly, explaining how these can be fixed to reduce your exposure.
Companies with scores of 75 or more are at extreme risk of cyber attack while those below 25 are considered to be low risk.
The report is FREE and is available to anyone. We won’t ask for credit card details or ask any technical questions.
Simply fill out the form below and your report will be emailed to you within one working day.
Simply fill out the form on the right hand side and your report will be emailed to you within one working day.
Small businesses are particularly susceptible to cyber attacks and attempts to infiltrate systems are on the rise. It’s not a question of if you’ll get hacked but when.
Threats include ransomware attacks in which hackers use malware to steal sensitive data and demand a ransom for its return; phishing, often triggered by opening a malicious email and following a link; or ‘conversion hijacking’, when hackers use information gleaned through breached emails to trick employees or clients into transferring money or updating payment information.
There are many other sophisticated means used by cyber criminals to hack into organisations’ online systems. Hackers are continually changing their methods which is why it’s more vital than ever to ensure your organisation has a robust security strategy in place that’s able to withstand multiple threats.
Don’t leave your organisation’s cyber security issues until it’s too late.