With cybercriminals constantly gaining in sophistication, mitigating cyber security risk is a huge challenge, requiring rapid threat detection and incident response capabilities.
Knowing when your organisation is under attack from cybercriminals is important to help prevent financial and reputational damage, so the ability to swiftly identify and shut down malicious threats is vital.
Understanding if your cyber security is capable of standing up to the latest threats is pivotal to effective risk mitigation, so penetration testing and red teaming can be hugely valuable for any organisation.
If your organisation is currently operating in the cloud or considering following the lead of many other businesses in doing so, it’s essential to ensure that your critical assets are well protected.
To minimise the risk of attacks and limit the vast damage and disruption they can cause, having the ability to rapidly respond to breaches is essential.
Malware, in its many forms, is an increasing threat to your business’ cyber security. It is important to have controls in place to detect and respond to related attacks before they can cause significant damage.
All organisations operating within the EU that process any form of personal data must comply with the EU’s far-reaching data security and breach reporting requirements, or risk a significant fine.
Financial institutions hold vast quantities of high value data which makes them a primary target for cyber-attackers. In the face of this threat and under increasing pressure from regulators, making the right security investments is vital.
With large scale attacks targeting law, accountancy and other professional services firms, organisations across the sector must make the right security investments to protect themselves and their clients.
Universities, colleges and schools collect vast quantities of confidential data and must ensure the right controls are in place to prevent cyber-attacks from compromising staff and student confidentially as well as academic standards.
Organisations in the healthcare sector process huge amounts of sensitive patient and employee information and it is essential they have the right cyber security controls in place to protect systems and data from being compromised.
Rapid digitalisation has created a mounting range of security challenges for organisations that sell products and services online. Protecting customers’ personal data must be a priority.
To avoid threats to public services and state security, local and central government must ensure that comprehensive cyber security controls and procedures are in place to provide protection against malicious actors.