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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The new and much more stringent data protection regulations coming into force in 2018/19 will change the way companies gather and keep data, going far beyond the scope of the current Data Protection Act.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become 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.