Cyber-attacks are rising at an unprecedented rate and becoming increasingly sophisticated.
Secure your organisation from criminals and avoid irreparable, costly breaches.
Does your business contain commercially sensitive information?
What would you do if your business suffered a cyber-attack?
Do you understand the costly impact of a breach?
Has your business met the legal obligations required for GDPR?
Do you really have sufficient protection to keep your data secure?
Cyber Security has been at the core of CYFOR’s services since inception. We understand that almost every business relies on the confidentiality, integrity and availability of its data.
CYFOR supports an organisation’s cyber security strategy. This is achieved by establishing risks and ensuring protocols are put in place to improve practices, while raising awareness of cyber security.
Our information security specialists are qualified with vast experience in digital forensics. They understand the complexities of protecting an organisation’s electronic data. When this is combined with an established cyber security strategy, you can be sure that your company’s digital assets and data are safeguarded.
Whilst the accessibility and connectivity of the digital economy provides huge opportunities, it can create new risks. Lack of security awareness can result in organisations being exploited.
With the prevalence and growth of cyber threats, it is critical to defend your organisations data. Identifying and responding to cyber security vulnerabilities before cyber criminals can identify and exploit them should be paramount.
CYFOR provides a range of services designed to expose potential weaknesses and security threats that could be exploited, including;
Cyber Security Audit
Our service offering allows businesses to apply remediation measures, reducing the possibility of;
Data breaches – including intellectual property & data theft
Extensive loss of business revenue
Investigations & regulatory fines (GDPR – 25th May 2018)
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
With the rising threat of cyber-crime and the introduction of the GDPR on the 25th May 2018, it has never been more critical to secure your organisation from data threats.
How the new GDPR legislation will affect your organisation
The GDPR applies to any company worldwide that process personal data of EU citizens, making it the first global protection law. Previously unaffected IT systems will now have to ensure they comply with the new regulations. It will also introduce a data breach notification requirement, meaning in the event of a breach you must notify the local data protection authority within 72 hours. Depending on the scale and circumstances of a data breach (such as a failure to comply with regulations), an organisation can incur extensive fines of up to £17,500,000 or 4% of annual turnover.