Regardless of the size of your business or the industry in which it operates, Redscan can help you to elevate your organisation’s cyber security posture. Our flexible security services can be tailored to fully meet your needs and address sector-specific challenges.
Financial institutions hold vast quantities of high value data, making them a primary target for cyber-attackers. In the face of this threat and under increasing pressure from regulators, investing in the right security solution is vital.
With large-scale attacks impacting law firms, barristers’ chambers and other professional services firms, organisations in this sector must identify the best security partner to protect themselves and their clients.
As cyber-attacks on retailers increase, it is vital for companies operating in this sector to take a proactive and informed approach towards protecting themselves and their customers.
With cyber threats are now a significant challenge for all types of transportation companies, a security strategy that incorporates the best of human and machine intelligence can help to mitigate the many risks.
The energy sector is a an attractive target of cybercriminals, so ensuring that high quality processes and systems are in place is essential.
Manufacturing is highly vulnerable to cybercrime, but the right support can significantly reduce the risk of attacks disrupting business operations.
With many healthcare providers falling victim to cyber attacks, it is essential to take action to prevent, detect and respond to the latest threats.
As a digital-centric industry, the media is vulnerable to cyber-attacks, making it essential to work with a partner with proven expertise in the security sector.
Education providers are under pressure to act effectively against cyber threats and an experienced security partner can ensure they can defend themselves effectively.
While the security challenges facing the property sector are varied and complex, high-quality security expertise can provide a comprehensive solution.
To avoid a potentially devastating impact on public services and state security, local and central government must ensure that they have the right cyber security controls and procedures in place.