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IT governance professionals agree that 90% of all Cyber Attacks are preventable


Basic Steps to minimise cyber threats include:


  •     Using complex or multiple passwords which are frequently changed

  •     Downloading and installing all patches and fixes for your operating system

  •     Limiting or preventing the use of USBs

  •     Using one of the leading internet security malware and anti virus software prevention tools

  •     Only downloading files when you are expecting them - even if you know the sender

  •     Backing up all of your most valuable data

  •     Testing your back up arrangements from time to time

  •     Turning off your computer when it is not in use and using a screen saver password to unlock screen

  •     Developing a cyber security policy and actively promote cyber security awareness.

GDPR and Cyber Security
All business throughout the EU are required to comply with GDPR.  Failure to comply could result in major fines of up to €20 Million or 4% of global turnover (whichever is the higher).
Developing effective Cyber Secutity resiliance and capabilities is critical to achieving long term GDPR compliance.
We are helping a number of international clients and Governments to develop their Cyber and IT security processes and skillsets and our offerings include:


  • Business to Business supply chain mapping and risk and control assessments
  • Mobile Computing Device Management risk assessments
  • Social engineering awareness training
  • GDPR Gap analysis assessments
  • GDPR staff awareness and IT security training
  • Business continuity and recovery self-assessments. 



Please contact John if you would like to explore how we could help you.

In most cases it takes 200 days for firms to realise their systems have been compromised by a cyber attack!