“Nearly 80 percent of the 11,000 retailers surveyed by the British Retail Consortium for the annual Retail Crime Survey saw an increase in the number of cyber attacks in 2018.
What can you do to protect yourself and your customers?
While no organisation can ever be at zero risk of a data breach, what you can, and should, do is take a critical look at your infrastructure, processes, systems and controls, and ensure that you have taken steps to address risks and know what to do if you suffer a breach.
Maintaining IT security is an ongoing task that requires continuous action and review. A successful IT security team of cyber security experts will consist of threat hunters and analysts to predict how your most valuable data could be compromised. They will need the skills and tools to continually monitor and protect your network and systems. Having expert resources and a comprehensive and up to date cyber security system to deal with potential threats is not cost effective and virtually impossible for many organisations.
We help businesses like yours to identify, assess, mitigate and respond to the risks they face from cyber threats. Take a look at our services below :
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