Someone will commit a cyberattack on your business

10 Sept 2021

There is a 100% chance someone will try to perform a cyberattack on your business.

Cyberattacks & Ransomware are the most devastating threat your business will likely face, and every business will have an attempt made on them at some point.

There are plenty of real-world examples to draw on:

  • Staff logging in one morning – and all seeing a bright red screen saying your data has been encrypted and you must pay a ransom with bitcoin to unlock it.
  • Company data copied and posted online for all to see, after being deleted from your local company storage locations.

As a business owner - these are horrific, end game, nightmare scenarios.

Read our new brief guide on 5 ways to improve your ransomware resilience, and help avoid an attack succeeding:

Prepare for Cyberattack

For our cloud clients, you can also see our disaster recovery plan for Cloud Desktop Clients and our suite of Managed Support services designed help protect your business.

For an in-depth read, we also have our full cyber security guide here:

Cyber Security: A definitive guide for SMEs


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