The biggest Cyber Threats are lurking inside of your organization
Over 70% of reported security breaches are the result of human error
According to the Cyber Security Breaches Survey of 2017, 72% of reported cases of cyber security breaches occurred as a result of human error. The employees in most companies lack the cyber security knowledge and experience to notice the difference between fraudulent emails and legitimate ones. As long as even one of your employees lacks the appropriate awareness, your company is always at a risk of a Cyber Security breach. All it takes is one click and all of your important files and data can be deleted, locked up or released on the internet by some unsavory individual.
Cyber Crime now accounts for almost Half of all recorded crimes in the UK
Protect your business today!
According to recent reports (provided by the annual Crime Survey of England and Wales), online fraud is the number one crime in the United Kingdom as of right now. More than 5.5 Million cyber offences are being committed in the UK on a yearly basis. To protect your company against those and ensure that you are GDPR compliant, you must take a proactive step now. Get in touch with our Cyber Security experts today and let us help you safeguard your vital files and data.
Data is the lifeblood of all modern companies
Business from all fields and sizes need to take Cyber Security seriously
Regardless of whether you are the owner a small, family run-business with only a handful employees or the CEO of a multi-billion company, Cyber Security must be your top priority. This is even more important today with the coming of GDPR. Now it isn’t merely about securing your data, it is also about protecting your own company from crippling fines. By becoming GDPR compliant today you are hitting two birds with one stone – you are ensuring that the data of your customers is protect and you are safeguarding your business.
How much time do I have for preparation?
Do I really need to worry about GDPR compliance yet?
According to a recent GDPR Compliance report by IT Governance, over 41,2% of respondents pointed out that the person in charge of their compliance project is not in possession of a formal or even relevant data protection qualification. And a stunning 13% stated that they are unaware if the given person has a security background of any sort. Finding qualified staff is going to become increasingly difficult as GDPR draws closer and if you want to keep your business ahead of the competition, you should act now or risk suffering the consequences!