Did you know that cyber crime is now the number one threat to UK businesses?

Cyber Security Threat To Uk Businesses

Failures in Cyber Security Cost UK Businesses a great of money.

Cybercrime has now become a major threat to UK businesses. Cyber-attacks continue to grow on a daily basis.

It currently costs the UK economy around £27 billion a year. With much of this activity going unnoticed or unrecorded that figure is likely to be even higher. So we all need to take a no-nonsense approach to online security.

A password alone is no longer enough to keep your business-critical data safe. Most of the time, it’s the actual people who work in the business that are the weakest link in the chain.

If a member of your staff sets their password to Fluffy1234, that’s a hack waiting to happen. And yes we’ve seen weak passwords like that many times.

This is why we often recommend you add an extra layer of security with something called multi-factor authentication.

The cyber threat to UK business. How to fight Cybercrime. We want to help

We’ve put together a short video outlining:

  • What the problem is and how to recognise it.
  • How you’re already using it for things like online banking.
  • And why you need it for your business.

Cybersecurity and how to protect your business. Watch our video below.

Can we help?  Give us a call today and will certainly be able to help. Call us free on 0800 849 0849.

There is also a wide range of advice currently available if you think you are particularly vulnerable in this area.

The National Cyber Security Centre will be able to help..

Depending on the profile and needs of your business, you may need specialist protection. London is currently the 7th biggest city in the world for cybersecurity ventures so there are plenty of options available.

So if your business needs specialist help, you may consider the top cybersecurity specialists currently operating in London.

 

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