According to recent statistics, one small business in the UK is hacked every 19 seconds. The average cost of a data breach for British companies is an astronomical $3.88 million. Could you afford to suffer a security breach? For many small businesses, the answer is a resolute “no”. To avoid an attack, you need to
Businesses operate online more than ever in 2020, with it being a necessity for many to properly trade within their sector. But operating online comes with a heap of security concerns that could impact your business. One of these concerns comes in the form of WiFi hackers who infiltrate your WiFi server. But you don’t
The internet’s one almighty boon for business. You can target customers with ease, reach wider audiences with minimal budgets, and automate essential processes- to name just a few of the advantages involved. All told, the World Wide Web has become an indispensable tool for running an effective operation. But it isn’t without its issues. Indeed,
Every minute, $17,700 (over £14,000) is lost due to phishing attacks. When cybercriminals are successful in their attacks, not only is money and time lost, but also your data security. Your clients trust you to keep their data safe, and if there is a security breach, all that hard-earned trust can be gone in a
The 2020 Cyber Security Breaches Survey showed that 32% of businesses and 22% of charities in the UK suffer a cyber-attack at least once a week. Penetration testing is an emerging data protection method. It requires a proper penetration testing methodology. Penetration testing identifies the possibility and impact of a cyber-attack. It does so using
Another small business in the UK gets hacked every 16 seconds. There are 65,000 attempts to hack small to medium businesses per day. Attackers continue to get better at exploiting security vulnerabilities in systems. Organisations need to identify their weaknesses and remediate them. Vulnerability scanning identifies these issues. Vulnerability management helps remediate them so they
Cybersecurity is the use of technologies, controls, and processes to protect data, devices, networks, programs, and systems from cyber-attacks. These attacks against businesses are on the rise. Yet it seems not many companies are doing enough to protect themselves.