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Cyber Security


Cyber security ventures have predicted that a business will fall victim to a ransomware attack every 14 seconds by 2019.

With the high odds and frightening consequences, having a system in place to protect your business from a cyber attack is imperative.

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How can businesses defend themselves from such Cyber Terrorism?

Cyber-attacks are most often composed of four stages


Educate users - investigating and analysing available information about the target in order to identify potential vulnerabilities.


Create adequate security controls - getting to the point in a system where a vulnerability can be exploited.


Maintain adequate security controls - exploiting the vulnerability/vulnerabilities to gain some form of unauthorised access.


Implement Incident Response Plan (IRP) - carrying out activities within a system that achieve the attacker’s goal.

There are however various types of cyber security methods which can be employed at each of these stages to deflect such an attack, and dramatically reduce its impact.

If your attacker has managed to bypass previous tactics, which is rare but a possibility, then their mechanisms are clearly sophisticated. It is now important to follow your Incident Response Plan – a procedure which should dictate how to minimize the impact of the invasion, rectify and clean-up the affected systems and get the business back up and running in as smooth a manner as possible.

Where do I go from here?

It is now more important than ever to ensure your business is secure from an onslaught of virtual attacks. To ensure you adopt the most suitable cyber security software, speak to one of our advisers.

What are the consequences of a cyber-attack?

Cyber-attacks can disrupt and cause considerable financial damage to even the most resilient organisations. If you suffer a cyber-attack, you stand to lose your assets, reputation and clients, and potentially face regulatory fines and litigation – as well as the costs of remediation.

The UK government's Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2017 found that the average cost of a cyber security breach for a large business is £19,600 and for a small to medium-sized business is £1,570.

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