Keeping data and systems safe, accessible and fully backed-up.

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Cyber-Security: UK Cloud Survey 2017

UK business, infrastructure and government face an unprecedented level of threat from cyber-security attacks. The new National Cyber-Security Centre (NCSC) contended with 480 major incidents in its first 8 months, from global ransomware outbreaks to smaller breaches at British businesses, and the pace shows no sign of slowing.

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GDPR cyber ransom demands predicted to increase

In the past, cyber attackers have often been unaware of how much stolen data is worth to organisations. However, the implementation of GDPR means that organisations can be fined up to 4% of their global annual turnover or €20m, whichever is greater, if found to have a data breach. These fines effectively provide cyber criminals with a price point for criminals to understand how much the data is worth to organisations.

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Meeting the changing demands of cyber security

Cyber attacks are becoming more frequent in the business world today. In light of this, cyber security has become one of the leading concerns for UK businesses. Research conducted by Serviceteam IT in August 2017, revealed over a third of respondents had experienced an increase in cyber security incidents in the past 12 months.

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Cyber Security: Complex solutions made Simple

We use a number of methods and vendors to help completely secure our customers data. Backups for ransomware protection, password managers for credentials, multi-factor authentication, anti-spoof & anti-phishing protection, RADIUS authentication and device audit and management. Read more about how we help organisations.

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Cyber-fraud or future currency? All about Bitcoin.

Bitcoin, has risen to fame in recent years and become especially prevalent due to the recent media coverage linked to cyber-fraud, particularly the WannaCry ransomware attack. They’re anonymous and not in the control of banks and governments. Despite its affiliations with the illegal economy, and the association with cyber-fraud, major banks and companies across the world are in talks to adopt digital currencies such as Bitcoins.