A ransomware attack is one of the most terrifying things that can happen to your business. It is a Cyber Kidnap using your data!
Sadly most people don’t realise is that hackers access your system many days before they launch the attack. It takes time for them to set it up, and prevent your IT Partners from helping.
So there are signs to look out for – ways to spot if your system has already been breached, and an attack is imminent.
Cyber Security Awareness training for every member of your team!
Of course you should have an IT partner protecting you with a
blended security package (blended means getting the right mix
of security products that protect you and your staff, without
inconveniencing you while you’re trying to work. It’s a
balancing act), but your staff are your front line of security.
2020 has thrown some unusual business changes at us. Your staff are getting used to working from home, or getting back to the office, or between both. They need guidelines on secure IT usage and data protection, this guide will help.
But what does it mean to your business? How can you protect your team and your data?
Read the stats and then the steps that can prevent your business from falling into the jaws of ransomware.
Unless you’ve been living on another planet, you’ve probably noticed that things have been a little… strange, lately.
Covid has changed the way we do pretty much everything. And it looks as though it will be some time before things go back to the way they were. If at all.
Loads of businesses decided during lockdown that it was time to move to a new IT support company. Because of the way they were treated when lockdown happened, and while they were working from home.