Cyber Security as a Service

Protect & Monitor Your End Points

A Cyber attack is no longer a question of ‘if’ – it’s a matter of ‘when’.  The size of an organization is immaterial in the world of cyber-criminality: vulnerability is the issue. Once a data breach happens, it often exposes sensitive information that leaves affected users at risk for identity theft and a decline in reputation and often results in regulatory compliance fines. Organizations must defend their networks, systems, applications and users against several major cybersecurity threats.

Our Service

Cyber Security as a Service (CSaaS) takes the protection of your endpoint devices to another level, providing Multi-Layer Defence.  Your device is managed from our Security Operations Centre, where automated processes monitor your device for unwanted activity.  Our team of engineers are able to quickly isolate and quarantine your device if suspicious activity is reported, so you need not worry about infecting other devices on your network!

Business Need

Given today’s evolving threat landscape, it is understandable that organizations want to take a proactive approach against threats, create an environment of continuous compliance, and have responsive IT operations processes.  Modern businesses need to adopt a forward looking plan that takes these factors into account. This process should include:

  • Preventing attacks
  • Limiting extent of attacks
  • Backup data and system availability

Traditional Anti Virus solutions are no longer adequate to deal with today’s sophisticated cyber-attacks leaving your device exposed and vulnerable to ransomware, malware and other critical attacks. Therefore, simply put, real time threats require a real time solution.

Service Breakdown

Technical Pre-sale, evaluate and propose solution

Deploy NGAV to endpoints and create Security policies

On-going management and access to 24/7 Security Operations Centre

Our service includes:


Cyber security consists of technologies, processes and controls which have been designed to protect businesses and their systems, networks, devices and data from cyber-attacks. Cyber security aims to protect all computer systems from being seriously damaged or leaving the victim with no/limited access to their own confidential files.

The Ponemon Institute’s 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Study reported the global average cost of a data breach for the 2019 study is $3.92 million, a 1.5 percent increase from the 2018 study. The report also found that the average cost per record is $150.

A Cyber security ‘incident’ is when an attack doesn’t result in a breach to the business i.e. is successfully repelled & the company’s data isn’t compromised.

A Cyber security ‘attack’ is when the businesses firewall has been breached and they have been impacted by it ie they have lost access or confidential data has been leaked etc.

A Cyber Security ‘threat’ is when there is a possibility of a malicious attempt to damage or disrupt a computer network or system.

Cyber hygiene refers to the practices and steps that all computer or device users within a business take to maintain and continuously improve their security both on and offline. These practices are often part of a routine to ensure the safety of identity and other details that could be stolen or corrupted.

  1. Install a reputable antivirus and malware software
  2. Protect computer with robust firewalls and secure routers
  3. Update all software regularly
  4. Set strong passwords
  5. Enable Multi-Factor Authentication
  6. Employ Device Encryption
  7. Back up regularly
  8. Keep your hard drive clean
  9. Secure your router

A firewall sits between a computer (or local network) and another network (such as the Internet), controlling the incoming and outgoing network traffic. Without a firewall, anything goes. With a firewall, the firewall’s rules determine which traffic is allowed through and which isn’t.

A company can still be breached either internally or externally despite having a firewall in place. This means that your firewall needs to be continuously checked and regulated by an external party to determine if your network can be penetrated

To ensure your company is secure you must not just rely on a single form of security to protect your business from a potential cyber attack.

Almost 60% of businesses have experienced a cyber-attack and with so many vulnerabilities online, companies are investing heavily in cyber security and training employees, particularly regarding online scams and ransomware attacks.

The 2019 Official Annual Cybercrime Report (ACR) predicts that businesses will fall for ransomware attacks every 14 seconds.

So, we think the real question is, why would any business not need a cyber security strategy?

  • Malware/Ransomware.
  • DDoS (distributed denial of service).
  • Drive-by.
  • Zero-day.
  • MITM (man in the middle) attacks.
  • Phishing campaigns.
  • Virus infections.

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Small businesses are collectively subject to almost 10,000 cyber-attacks a day, according to new findings from the UK’s largest business group. Due to the high cost associated with a breach, 60% of these organisations go out of business within 6 months.

Without any kind of cyber security plan in place, small businesses risk their privacy, client trust, financial integrity, employee integrity, data integrity and the longevity of the business.

The best way to be proactive and prevent cyber attacks before they can manifest into anything unmanageable is to educate your employees.  By providing awareness training on a regular basis, this will embed cyber security culture into the workforce and minimise internal threats.

Many regulatory bodies are now pushing for businesses to educate their employees around cyber security including the Financial conduct Authority.

In a report published last month, the FCA urged businesses to tackle staff awareness training at all levels and to ensure the lessons are simple and appropriate to the environment that employees work in.

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