A small business in the UK is hacked every 19 seconds
Make sure it doesn’t happen to you
You’re busy running your business. How are you supposed to stay up to date on all the latest cyber threats?
Well, that’s where we come in.
We can help you cut through the techno-jargon so you can get a clear understanding of the real risks to you and your business and how you can protect against them.
If your data is already for sale on the dark web, you’re an easier target for hackers and cyber criminals. We can tell you if your data has already been stolen and help you understand where you’re most vulnerable with a FREE cyber security strength test.
We can help you guard against the most common cyber threats by fixing any vulnerable areas in your IT infrastructure and providing ongoing monitoring with our cloud based Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware which blocks all unwanted emails, viruses and malware before they disrupt your business.
Cyber attacks are constantly evolving and becoming ever more sophisticated. Our security specialists can provide ongoing monitoring and patching services and our training partners can deliver staff training to raise awareness of cyber risks.
Most small business don’t survive a cyber attack.. could yours?
As a small business owner you might not believe a hacker would waste their time on such a small operation. Small businesses are not safe because they are small; on the contrary, they are more at risk because they are small.
How is my industry targeted?
IT is complex enough. And now cyber, ransomware and phishing have taken it to a whole new level. No wonder less than half of UK small businesses have an adequate cyber security strategy in place.
Cyber attacks come in many shapes and sizes, but the vast majority are very basic in nature, carried out by relatively unskilled individuals. They’re the digital equivalent of a burglar trying your front door to see if it’s unlocked.
Phishing uses links in emails and websites to trick users into thinking that a website is genuine to gain personal and financial details.
Spear phishing uses social engineering to send more sophisticated messages which contain information directly related to the victim.
Viruses, worms, trojan horses and spyware are all forms of malware which infect computers in order to delete or obtain protected data.
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Comprised financial data can be used by hackers to make fraudulent payments online or over the phone where the PIN isn’t required.
Denial of service
DDoS is a type of attack that bombards the targeted server with vast volumes of information requests crashing the target website.
Ransomware infects a computer, making it inaccessible with the intention of extorting money from its owner in order to regain access.
The open nature of the internet has made it difficult to manage and police IP infringement and piracy as well as code cloning.
Online Invoice Fraud
Another variant of phishing, where attackers impersonate companies sending cloned invoices often marked as urgent to intercept payments.
Victims of cyber-attacks where personal details have been stolen are often used to conduct fraudulent activity in their name online.
Hackers often imitate other websites, copying the design and content to mislead users into entering their personal and financial details.
Source: FSB UK – Cyber Resilience Report *Professional Services Sector
How we help
Business owners across Yorkshire and beyond trust us to protect them from cyber criminals. You get unlimited advice from our team of cyber specialists who work with you to ensure you’re not an easy target.
Cyber Security Strength Test
Our leading security assessment tool will detect whether your data is already available on the dark web, making you an easier target. We’ll show you which emails and passwords have been stolen and provide advice about what you should do to prevent them being used against you.
Ongoing Dark Web Monitoring
Our dark web monitoring tool will notify you if your business’s data appears on the dark web, giving you a head start to bolster your defences plug any holes in your infrastructure.
We can also conduct a free cyber security assessment of your business’s IT infrastructure to detect any threats to your business and apply a risk score to them so you can tackle the highest priorities first.
Security Awareness Training
Cyber threats are constantly evolving, so our online training modules, simulated phishing attacks, videos, quizzes and other resources ensure you and your team stay ahead of the cyber crooks.
SME Cyber Insurance Review
75% of small businesses have no cyber risk insurance as they mistakenly believe that they are covered under their standard business policy. If you want to check whether you have the right level of cyber cover for your SME, our exclusive cyber insurance partner can check your policy for you and provide you with recommendations.
Request Your Free SME Cyber Security Strength Test Report
We’ll provide you with a report that explains your potential exposure to cyber threats in plain English.
What’s more, we’ll show you how to fix any issues and talk you through why they need fixing.
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If your email has been compromised, it’s possible cyber criminals have used it to attempt to access your systems.
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As cyber criminals continue to target small businesses, owners and employees need to know how to protect both their customers and themselves.
We help SME owners across Yorkshire and beyond understand the risks to their business from cyber threats. We give them peace of mind by running a free dark web search to check if their data is already for sale on the dark web and help them take steps to prevent it being used against them.
If you’re worried your SME might be at risk from a cyber attack, get in touch right away.
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