In today’s interconnected world, most businesses and organisations use a website to help generate sales, boost visibility or simply improve credibility.
Unfortunately, your website can also attract undesirable attention from cyber criminals seeking personal and financial information about you and your clients.
Our mission is to help organisations with their cyber security. Talk to us about your cyber security requirements.
With a high risk of intrusion by hackers and cyber criminals, internet security should be a top priority for businesses.
Malware: Short for ‘malicious software’, malware comes in several forms, including computer viruses, worms, Trojans, and dishonest spyware. It disrupts a device’s normal use.
Phishing: Phishing scams are created by cyber criminals attempting to solicit private or sensitive information. They can pose as a bank or web service and lure users into clicking links to verify details such as account information or passwords.
Spam: Spam refers to unwanted messages in your email inbox. Spam can include junk mail that advertises goods or services you aren’t interested in. These are often considered harmless but some can include links that will install malicious software on your computer if they’re clicked on.
Botnet: A botnet is a network of private computers that have been compromised. Infected with malicious software, these computers are controlled by a single user and are often prompted to engage in activities such as sending spam messages or denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.
To make sure you’re not the victim of cyber attack, you need to ensure that everything you have facing the internet is well protected and able to withstand attempts to breach your security systems. This includes not only websites, but also email configuration, VPNs and on-premise infrastructure connected to the internet.
Our thorough Internet Exposure Assessment scans and probes everything your organisation has on the internet using penetration testing and vulnerability scans. This is sometimes called ‘ethical hacking’ and involves simulating a cyber attack to check for weakness in your IT defences.
Our in-depth internet threat exposure analysis is carried out by highly-skilled staff so you can be certain that any security breaches will be thoroughly checked and identified.
Following the assessment, we will report back to you on any vulnerabilities that have been identified and produce a targeted Remediation Action Plan (RAP), which will suggest steps and actions you can take to protect your business.
Don’t worry, we don’t believe in tech-speak. We’re here at the end of the phone to talk you through everything we’ve found and explain to you the options you have available to you in an accessible way.
Act now for peace of mind.