Frequently Asked Questions
My business is not that big, am I in danger?
The short answer, unfortunately, is yes. No matter the size of the business, any business have information in its computers that can be monetized and therefore, worth stealing.
What impact can a cyberattack have in my business?
That depends, it ranges from a relative small impact like a computer going down for a day or two, to devasting impact like loss or theft of your data.
How often do I need a security audit?
The bare minimum is twice a year. Then it depends on the size of your business, the number of the departments that you have and the importance of your data.
“It Hasn’t Happened To Me, So Why Do I Need It?”
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?
Why Is Cyber Security Necessary For Small Businesses?
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.
What Are The Differences Between A Cyber Incident, Cyber Attack And Cyber Threat?
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.
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