Protecting businesses and responding to cyber attacks
Cyber-attacks are rising at an unprecedented rate and becoming increasingly sophisticated.
Secure your organisation from criminals and avoid irreparable, costly breaches.
Organisations are aware of cyber security and the requirement to safeguard themselves, due to multiple high-profile attacks covered by the media. But how many know where to start in actively taking the necessary precautions to protect themselves?
Understanding the tangible risks involved from a business perspective and positioning cyber security at the top of the business agenda is the next logical step forward. Senior management understand the need to safeguard their company’s digital assets and that cybercrime is a risk management issue that requires complete oversight.
They are responsible for the future of their organisation, with shareholders expecting that suitable investment has been implemented to mitigate risk in multiple forms.
We have a team of experienced cyber security professionals on hand to protect and secure your business. Starting with cyber security audits to fully assess your business, through to extensive penetration testing our team can assist with all aspects of security.
We support an organisation’s cyber security posture by identifying risks and establishing protocols to improve practices, while raising awareness of evolving cyber threats.
The importance of security in both our corporate practices and in the work undertaken for clients’ is something we view with great importance. Independently inspected and verified by The Metropolitan Police, our secure infrastructure is ISO 27001 & ISO 9001 accredited, providing the highest level of security and industry recognised standards.
CYFOR’s range of cyber security services are designed to reduce business risk in a range of circumstances;
No matter the size, location or present cyber security resilience of your business, you can be assured that CYFOR are the experts to safeguard your digital assets.
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.
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.