We hope you have had an enjoyable break and took some time out with friends and loved ones.
Now that you are back at work we would like to outline 3 ways that we will work with you to keep your business as safe from cyber-attack that current statistics say will increase in 2019.
- Education, updates, tips and awareness
You will receive from us 2 emails per month that will educate you on the current trends of how cyber criminals are finding new ways to get their hands on your data.
We will update you on new products and services (including our own) that will ensure that you can focus on building your business whilst we focus on keeping your business safe
Tips to share with your team or staff will go a long way to ensuring everyone working in your business is completely keeping cyber security front of mind as it only takes one human error to create a business catastrophe
Awareness is key as most of the attacks are born out of the human factor.
We all must come to terms with the fact that WE ARE THE PROBLEM be it that we palm the IT security off to someone else or we don’t put security systems in place (or review them) to ensure the risk to an attack is reduced or we just don’t take responsibility thinking it will never happen to me.
- Invitations to our in- house presentations, webinars and workshops
The question has been asked of us how I educate my staff or team on what I have learnt?
Another is what if one of my suppliers or customers has been hit and I end up being caught up in their cyber-attack? What do I do then?
Or If I am attacked what is the first thing I should do?
Please look out for our workshop, webinars and in-house presentation invitations throughout 2019 for yourself and your staff team meetings to ensure that everyone who works in your business is educated, aware and above all skilled in what to do in the event of an attack
- Engage us to review your situation before the year starts and it all gets too hard
Everybody’s business is different from the software you use the systems you have in place (or lack of them) so it’s difficult to cover all the possible ways your business could be at risk via email.
I urge you to consider booking a 15-minute consult call with me in my appointment calendar schedule to discuss your business situation and to ask any questions you may have.
And remember it costs less to chat to me and put things in place than it does with the hours I have to spend mopping up the mess!
Once again, I appreciate this opportunity to work with you to keep your business safe.
Gary Lowe IT Security Specialist