The biggest security threat to your business is on your payroll

The biggest security threat to your business is on your payroll

Revealed : The true cost of insider assaults — and how to avoid them

An insider attack has a significant probability of compromising your company’s data.

The majority of insider attacks are unintentional. By accident, a well-intentioned employee clicks on a malicious link.

However, some attacks are carried out by malicious attackers who are out to do harm or profit.

Both of these types of attacks can be avoided or reduced by concentrating on five critical areas of your IT strategy.

Now is the time to read our new guide to see how prepared your company is.

These are the threats to worry about

These are the threats to worry about

An easy-to-read guide to the nine most dreadful types of malware.

All businesses are constantly targeted by malware. And it’s estimated that there are now one billion pieces of it floating around.

What exactly is malware? It is malicious software designed to cause harm to your IT systems or steal your data.

Most IT professionals are terrified of malware. It should frighten you as well.

We’ve created a brand new guide to educate you on the nine most common types of malware. It has been written in such a way that anyone can understand it.

Crisis: Your office is on fire

Crisis: Your office is on fire

This is something none of us want to go through. However, it does occur.

In your office, there is a small fire. No one has been injured, and everyone is safe. However, the damage to your workplace is incredible.

The fires. The temperature. The haze. And, of course, the massive amounts of water used to extinguish the fire.

Here’s a thought: if there had been a fire in your office last night, what would you wish you’d done yesterday?

Consider all of your computers and, in particular, the data on them. Is your data as safe and secure as it could be?

Are you certain of that?

Read our brand new guide now. It’ll show you the things you need to make a priority to keep you protected from any disaster.

Cyber-crime:  The five-step plan for preparing and protecting your company

Cyber-crime: The five-step plan for preparing and protecting your company

Two years ago, two-thirds of all organisations reported some type of cybercrime incident.

That figure is likely to rise as a result of the increased fraud opportunities created by the rush to work from home.

In fact, cybercrime costs the global economy more than $1 trillion each year.

It is a figure that has increased by more than 50% since 2018.

Fact: Your company must be as prepared as possible against the threat of cybercrime.

Now is the time to read our brand new guide. You’ll also see our recommended five-step plan for preparing for an attack and protecting your business.

Repair or replace? 7 signs that you need a new computer

Repair or replace? 7 signs that you need a new computer

It’s still tempting to hold back on the purchase of new IT equipment. But sometimes it will cost you more if you’ve been hanging on the equipment for too long.

Did you know that if a computer is more than 3 years old, it’s cheaper to purchase a new one?

  • A 5-year-old PC will cost twice as much to run as a new one
  • A 4-year-old PC experiences 55 percent more security incidents than in the first 3 years

It’s all about keeping the balance right now. Between equipment that can be repaired and will happily last another few years – versus sluggish, unproductive equipment that really needs to be replaced.

Read our brand new guide right now. And you will learn 7 signs that will tell you whether or not you need new computers.