How Resilient is Your Business to a Cyber Attack?
A cyber attack is an assault launched on your computers and/or network by cyber criminals who are looking to steal data or disable your systems until you pay a ransom.
Phishing emails, malware, ransomware and denial of service are among some of the methods cybercriminals use.
With our help, we can help you create robust systems that will protect you and your clients:
- Scan the dark web to ensure your details are not being sold
- Protection against ransomware and phishing
- Email security
- Two factor authentication
- Continuous cyber protection
Dark Web Monitoring
Usernames and passwords are frequently an organisations primary line of defence when it comes to protecting systems and data. Occasionally additional layers of protection might be deployed such as 2FA (Two Factor Authentication), but this is rarely deployed across every high value application used by a business.
Attackers know this too. They know that there will be systems in your organisation that don’t have 2FA protection, either because it’s too complex to deploy or its not even supported. The result is that most systems usually only require two pieces of information before allowing access to your data. One of those is a username (usually this will be a company email address – a public piece of information) and the second is a corresponding password. That’s all that’s needed to access your company secrets. Secrets like financial records, perhaps remote control of IT systems like a DNS server, or the ability to read company files.
That means there is probably only a few characters protecting your business systems from unauthorised access.