Without Cybersecurity and Data Protection, users working from home have become the ideal candidates for cybercriminals, resulting in devastating cyberattacks to companies all over the UK.
As if the coronavirus isn’t enough, many of our home networks are getting infected with malware due to hackers sneaking through our personal VPNs without knowing.
We show you how to get cybersecurity and data protection with our managed security service, ideal for those working from home.
Why is cybersecurity important?
Cybersecurity is important because it prevents cyberattacks which can happen to anyone who has an online presence. Without cybersecurity protecting our computer systems and networks from damage or theft, people working from home are more vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Why is data protection important?
Data protection is important because sensitive information can be stolen, damaged or leaked if it’s not secured. Data breaches can involve financial information, such as bank details, credit card numbers, personal identity information, data leaks, trade secrets and more!
Cyberattacks working from home
Now that so many people are working from home in the wake of COVID-19, there has been an epic spike in cyber attacks. Cybercriminals are becoming very clever with who they target and how they corrupt companies security systems with ransomware and phishing being most successful.
A recent report found a 600% increase in phishing emails. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are thriving on remote workers as their spams become more convincing. Cyber threats can lay dormant for ages and lurk in the background without users even knowing.
With our managed security service provider, we can protect your company and those working from home Cybersecurity and Data Protection.
How does cybersecurity as a service work?
As soon as a threat is detected, trained analysts get alerted immediately and quickly stop them before malware can encrypt any files. From conventional malware, file-less, browser, or network threats, no matter what the cyberattack is, we can ensure the safety of your users.
Threats can be remedied before the users even notice, allowing sensitive data protection and undisturbed workflow.
Imagine a secret cybersecurity service, fighting multiple cyberattacks at a time without anyone knowing. Not all superheroes wear capes, but like us, they do provide a valuable service.
After fighting all that crime, you will then receive a report detailing the threats and what actions have been taken to fix them.
What makes this Cybersecurity and Data Protection service different? Well, if on the off chance a ransomware attack did manage to encrypt some files before being stopped by trained analysts. Files can be recovered in a matter of seconds! Rolling back to a time when there wasn’t a threat and returning to the exact state prior to encryption.
Cybersecurity service benefits:
Pay as you go with a monthly billing cycle
Regular in-depth security analysis
Only pay for active licenses
Managed updates and protection so you don’t have to
Flexible budgets to suit all company sizes
How to improve your cybersecurity and data protection?
We’re able to provide a service that centrally manages your endpoints, so you don’t have to. Stopping cyberattacks in their tracks and keeping everything up to date, ensuring cybersecurity and data protection for your business.
With advanced threat protection techniques such as machine learning and system rollback, the next-generation malware even has the ability to inspect encrypted TLS traffic with no infrastructure changes at all.
COVID-19 is one virus too many, don’t let Cyberattacks infect your company data too.
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