Cyber Security Consultancy
Have you speculated how secure your company is, but aren’t sure about the questions to ask or whether or not your IT infrastructure is fit for purpose? CYFOR’s all-inclusive Cyber Security Consultancy service can cater to all your business security requirements.
With 20 years of digital forensics and cyber security experience, CYFOR provides expert cyber security consultancy services. Our Cyber Security Specialists can be called upon to assist in removing any vulnerabilities from within your organisation, provide an independent audit of your current IT team, and facilitate your IT security requirements. Managing the accessibility of data versus data security can be a difficult situation to manage. Come to the experts for guidance.
Your business’s capabilities may already be managed by an outsourced provider. Alternatively, you may have the in-house capability in the form of an IT Manager or systems administrator. Unfortunately, this can expose vulnerabilities as they may not be security conscious. They surely fulfil your organisations basic IT requirements, but they are not experienced in data protection, data security and data compliance.
CYFOR can assist with positioning data security at the forefront of your organisation, acting as an extension to your current IT team, whether they are outsourced or not. We see ourselves as an additional resource and an extension to your existing capabilities. The application of our cyber security resources effectively remedies any vulnerabilities, without disrupting your current set-up, trying to tie you into another contract or generally taking over.
With no irritating upselling techniques or hidden agendas, our comprehensive services enable a certified second opinion on how best to securely manage your data. Providing security and peace of mind for your organisation.
After submitting an enquiry, a member of our team will be in touch with you as soon as possible
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