Don’t think your company is big enough for cyber crime? You’re wrong!
Cyber crime is growing just as fast as online business.
The latest National Office of Statistics report shows 4.7 million incidents of fraud and computer misuse in the 12 months to September 2017. Malware doesn’t differentiate between big companies and small business. Like the Terminator, malware doesn’t feel pity, or remorse. It’s out there and it absolutely will not stop until you are paying to get rid of it.
As a result, CloudARM take online security and cyber crime very seriously. We think that prevention is better than the cure. CloudARM can help your business implement tools and practices that will minimise the risk. We can put you in a position where should an infection occur, your data is safe and backed up in multiple cloud locations.
But my new laptop came with AntiVirus!
It’s not always about having the biggest and best anti-virus. Cyber crime, is now getting increasingly more reliant on social engineering and phishing attempts that are progressively convincing. These bypass software. Learning how to spot this and looking out for things that look off is a skill we can teach. This is given free of charge to businesses on our support contracts. Our security inductions can show examples to people in your business who are at risk. Employees you think need that extra level of security in their day to day operation.
It’s also worth considering, cyber crime isn’t always external. Statistics also show that internalised computer misuse is also on the rise. Although they may have signed a contract and NDA – employees might be syphoning off important data, sharing your sales pipeline or even trying to pull your customers to their own business. CloudARM can help apply counter-measures that not only secure data, but ensures that what is put in place doesn’t hinder day-to-day operations. We won’t slow down your current processes!
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Take a look at why Wired magazine thinks nobody is safe.