Protect against Cyber Attacks

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Cyber criminals are more active than ever, infiltrating organisations, stealing and ransoming data.  Protect your: 

• Clients
• Data
• Identities
• Financial
• Operational Uptime
• Reputation

Nothing can guarantee you won’t be hacked. But you can, and must, mitigate your cyber-risk.

Cyber Security needs to be layered.  It is much like home security: key lock, deadlock, chain/bolt, alarm and now cameras.  Each layer adds an obstacle, but that is all they are. None of them alone will stop someone going in. It hopefully turns them away to find an easier target.

Even the base standard of Multi Factor Authentication is not enough.  There are now 51 ways to hack MFA and they range from very sophisticated to simple user hacks.  

Here it is, easy to find, on Amazon!
https://www.amazon.com/Hacking-Multifactor-Authentication-Roger-Grimes/dp/1119650798

Choose a protection level:

Security S1 plan

Including Anti-malware, URL protection, ATP, Darkweb Monitoring, Exception Alerting, Phishing Tests and Security Briefings.

WE CONSIDER S1 AS THE MINIMUM LEVEL SECURITY MEASURES ORGANISATIONS SHOULD BE TAKING.

Security S2 plan

S1 plus Advanced EDR, Shadow IT Detection, Password Vault, Data Leak Protection, Breach Activity Scans and Deep Vulnerability Scans.

IF YOUR ORGANISATION RELIES ON DATA FOR ONGOING OPERATION OR REPUTATION, YOU SHOULD HAVE S2 LEVEL PROTECTION.

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