How Secure Is Your Practice?
Assess its current ‘Cyber Security Level’.
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Cyber Security Products
Our protection products provide full Endpoint Protection, Full Disk Encryption and Dynamic Threat Defence.
Full Endpoint Protection
We use ESET Cloud Protection software to secure and encrypt your data to limit the risk of your data being breached.
Our cyber security training can turn your staff into a human firewall, teaching them how to spot, prevent and solve cyber attacks.
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We will tailor a cost-effective package to ensure your business is always fully protected from a cyber attack.
The Cyber Essentials scheme is a cyber security standard, which organisations can be assessed and certified against. It identifies the security controls that an organisation must have in place within their IT systems in order to have confidence that they are addressing cyber security effectively and mitigating the risk from Internet-based threats.
- Implement and maintain an enhanced level of cyber hygiene as defined and recommended by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
- Ensure your organisation is compliant with the Cyber Essentials standard
- Certify your organisation to Cyber Essentials
The first step to protecting your data is to prevent attacks from happening in the first place.
- Tailored Phishing training
- Train your team to identify potential attacks
- Simulate attacks to see flaws
Having a human firewall is the first step to keeping your data safe; prevention.
- Ai Evolving Anti-Virus
- Advanced Web protection
- Protection from removable devices
- Enterprise-grade firewall
By regularly creating secure copies of your data, you can simply revive it with the touch of a button.
- Safeguard against hard drive failure
- Quick access to files in the event of recovery
- Instant backups
- Maintain GDPR
What Are The
Malware is any kind of software designed to gain access to your servers, networks or computers to cause damage to, steal or exploit your digital data.
Ransomware is a kind of malware which accesses your data and holds it to ransom by either corrupting or obscuring it until a ransom is paid.
Trojans are a kind of malware which disguises itself or its intentions to trick users into installing or giving the software access to your data, which is then stolen or corrupted.
Phishing is an email scam which sends messages pretending to be from a known contact, like friends or colleagues and asks for sensitive information like passwords.
A Man-in-the-middle attack is one that either listens to or mimics a digital conversation between you and an application. MITM attacks are used to steal information like passwords or credit card details.
Physical access attacks are ones in which someone gains physical access to your computer or device, such as by stealing a password or even simply finding a computer unlocked.