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IT Security Services

We are IT Security experts, able to protect your IT infrastructure, network and data from both external threats and accidental loss, making sure you stay up and running and recover quickly when the worst happens.

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What is IT Security?

IT security strengthens and protects your business from any cyber security risks. It prevents any unauthorised access from being able to access your assets such as PCs, WiFi networks and databases.

Your business is dependent on technology, which is why IT Security must be treated as a board-level issue. With our information security services, you can ensure your company has more than the minimum cyber essentials certification needed to protect your business, ensuring it is more than just secure, it is cyber resilient.

Any IT downtime will have an effect on productivity and could end up costing your company not only in terms of lost income but also the brand reputation and trust, which are much more difficult to spring back from. That is why our IT security services go much further than just providing protection against cyber breaches and advise on steps you can take to enable your business remains resilient. In the event of a break-in continuity, for example, your company will benefit from a robust and tested disaster recovery plan to get you back up and running as quickly as possible.

IT Security is hugely dependent on good governance. Staff awareness of cyber security best practice is a vital component in the fight against hacking and phishing attacks and is an integral part of your IT security strategy.

Our IT security services will help your decision-makers understand how their strategic decisions affect the company’s overall cyber resilience, enabling them to future-proof the business at the same time as driving it forward effectively and securely. Discover our IT security services below including firewall management, endpoint security, secure email, backup, data protection and GDPR so that we can put the correct security measures in place.

Why IT security is important for business

In order for your company to be financially stable, your technology infrastructure needs to run efficiently with minimal downtime. If your employees are unable to work because of network issues, your business ultimately loses money. This is why business IT security is one of the most important parts of running your organisation.

Having the best computers, servers, cloud services, and other information technology for your business is great, but it becomes meaningless if your company is hit by cyber attack and the technology is not properly secure. The right security is not something you should purchase from a box store. Hackers are creating increasingly sophisticated attacks, and most over-the-counter protection methods just aren’t able to handle it.

It won’t be if, but when hackers do penetrate your network, do you have the right plan in place to protect your business from serious damage?
Your business can’t afford to lose employee productivity, sensitive information, or access to your company’s important information. For business IT security, you need to have the right security team working with you to help protect against these attacks, and make sure any damage is minimal if an attack does get through.

Did you know?

Human error is involved in at least 90% of cyberattacks. Staff awareness training can substantially reduce the potential for human error.

Source: Mimecast

47% of small businesses have experienced a cyber breach in the past 12 months 

Source: Hiscox

Cyberattacks are 9 times more likely than a burglary.

Source: Hiscox

On average, a cyberattack will cost a small business £10,000.

Source: Hiscox

Over the past three years, the National Cyber Security Centre removed 177,335 phishing URLs.

Source: NCSC

Shockingly, 32% of UK businesses took no action following a disruptive cyber breach.

Source: Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

  • Cyber Essentials

    Cyber Essentials is a government-backed scheme that aims to set a minimum standard of cybersecurity best practice and allows businesses to certify their compliance.

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  • Firewall Management

    Managing and monitoring your firewalls is an essential part of your cybersecurity. Firewalls repel potential threats from inbound and outbound traffic, allowing legitimate data to enter and exit safely.

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  • Endpoint Security

    In addition to protecting gateways to the internet and external networks, the protection of endpoints, i.e. servers, workstations and mobile devices on your network, must form part of your security strategy.

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  • Secure Email

    With spam and malicious emails accounting for over 60% of email traffic, there has never been a greater need to have a comprehensive Managed Email Protection solution.

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  • Backup

    Many companies fail to survive a disaster because of inadequate backup procedures. Implementing a good backup and disaster recovery system will increase your chances of staying in business.

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  • Disaster Recovery

    A massive 86% of companies experience outages caused by disasters. A robust continuity plan will put procedures in place to help you get back up and running as soon as possible.

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  • Data Protection

    The new and much more stringent data protection regulations came into force in 2018/19 which changed the way companies gather and keep data, going far beyond the scope of the old Data Protection Act.

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  • GDPR

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became law on 25 May 2018. We can help you manage the changes you need to make in order to become compliant and avoid damaging fines.

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