Having backup and security features in place is one thing, but if you’d really like to know if your business would survive a security breach, then we recommend penetration testing. Also known as a ‘pen test’ – this simulates a cyber attack against your computers, networks and servers to check for vulnerabilities, and ensure that you have the right systems in place to respond correctly. The analysis provided assesses your company’s immunity level, discovering weak points and allowing us to make worthwhile recommendations to make your IT infrastructure more secure. Each of our tests provides you with two high level reports which will detail the low, medium and high risks detected, and we’ll go from there.
Offering certified professional Penetration Testing services for networks, mobile, Wi-Fi networks and the Cloud, as well as VOIP, databases and web applications, we can also conduct Red Team penetration testing, which uses the tools that black hat hackers use to exploit businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Do you know whether your business could deal with the hacks, viruses, malware and security breaches that could cause total destruction to your reputation, clientbase and future happiness? With the average cost of a security breach totaling £3.5 million in 2018, it’s certainly worth finding out and putting suitable systems in place to reduce downtime, data loss and damages. With Cyber Essentials we can do just that, ensuring that functions such as security policy, password policy and anti-malware software are all up to the task, and can protect you from any attack that comes your way.
Concentrating on five key controls: boundary firewalls and internet gateways; secure configuration; access control; malware protection; patch management, Cyber Essentials is a self-assessment that involves a 40-question questionnaire, and justification for proof. We can help you to fill in this questionnaire, conduct our own security audit and make recommendations based on the outcome. Not only will this help you prepare should the unexpected happen, but the accreditation will show your commitment to client safety and care, greatly impacting business activity.