How important are your computers to your business?
What impact will it have if one of them goes offline?
What impact would it have if all of your computers went offline?
The cost of I.T downtime varies depending on business type and industry. Most businesses don't realise the total cost of an I.T issue until its too late. In the best case scenario the only loss is staff wage, in other scenarios is might include loss of data, revenue, customers and even fines
Most common cyber attacks:
- Ransomware: A type of malware that encrypts files so the user can't access them without a key. The user then needs to pay to get the key to unlock the files
- Phishing: a targeted email sending a user
- Malware: Malicious software that can be unwanted software installed without consent, a virus, trojan, worm
- Man-in-the-middle: A MitM attack occurs when a hacker inserts itself between the communications of a client and a server
- Drive-by attack: Malicious code on a compromised website that might install malware onto a computer visiting the site
With cyber attacks increasing year on year, the chance of an attack affecting your business is real.
Prevention is always better than the cure - what have you got in place to minimise your risk?
We can act as your I.T department, from providing technical support for day to day issues, to managing your antivirus to reduce your threat profile, through to developing a business continuity plan, managing backups, assisting with 3rd part I.T providers and more.
All of this can be provided for a flat monthly fee so you can plan your I.T spend and get the response times and support that you require.