Cyber Security

Protect your business today and be ready for tomorrow’s threats with our advanced cyber security solutions.

Every 19 seconds, an SME is hacked. Will you be next?

In the UK, a small business is hacked every 19 seconds. Cyberattacks are also becoming more frequent, powerful and targeted as SMEs become more digital.

Faced with these facts, a full-service cyber security solution that encompasses security, monitoring, detection, incident response and recovery sounds like a great idea. And yet, so many SMEs neglect cyber security until it’s too late.

That’s where Creative Networks can help. We will design a cyber security solution that meets your requirements without constraining you. With everything you need and nothing you don’t, our cyber security solutions are good for business.

Managed Cyber Security

This package is a complete cyber security solution built for your business. It offers 360° protection for your IT environment, data and users, protecting every data point of your business so you have security at every layer.

You will have access to Creative Networks engineers, who will monitor your network and environment remotely. We will integrate security into your processes. Ongoing consultancy is provided as standard. We will always be there to help.

SOC-as-a-Service (SOCaaS)

SOC is an acronym for ‘Security Operations Centre’. SOC-as-a-Service provides you with a complete security operations centre on subscription. This service delivers advanced real-time threat detection and real-time incident response.

SMEs utilise this service to safeguard themselves from emerging threats and exploits. It provides regulatory compliance in terms of data protection. Our security operations centre is staffed by experience cyber security experts.

Penetration Testing & Assessments

Penetration testing tests cyber security controls by attempting to breach the security measures that are in place. This is necessary to gain assurance in your IT security at every layer. Assessments compile collected data into recommendations.

It’s important to recognise that no business is immune to cyberattacks. Cybercriminals have numerous ways to hack you or compromise your data. Penetration testing finds weak points in your security before criminals find them and exploit them.

User Awareness Training

User awareness training embeds a culture of security and responsibility across your workforce. It equips workers with the tools and knowledge they need to avoid and identify threats and deal with them in a safe manner.

Areas of focus include phishing, viruses, malware, spoofing, authentication, fraud and scams. We offer structured training to groups and individuals to plug knowledge gaps and prepare workers for a secure business environment.

Vendor Selection and Installation

We can help you choose the most secure software solutions in any given industry and set them up to maximise security. Whether you want to move from on-premises systems to cloud services, or adopt a new collaboration tool, we have you covered.

We select solutions based on independent audit and compliance reports. Features like two-factor authentication and 256-bit encryption are sought out. By carefully selecting vendors, we can ensure minimum security for the tools you use.

Don’t Be the Next Statistic

1%

reported a security breach

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reported experiencing issues at least once a week

In 2020, 46% of businesses reported a security breach or cyberattack (Gov). Among this 46%, 36% reported experiencing issues at least once a week. This goes to show that cyberattacks are not one offs. They are relentless.

Common causes of security breaches include unauthorised use of computers or networks by staff, ransomware, viruses, malware, spoofing and phishing. All of these threats can be nullified by having a robust cyber security policy in place.

Why Work With Us?

In 2020, 46% of businesses reported a security breach or cyberattack (Gov). Among this 46%, 36% reported experiencing issues at least once a week. This goes to show that cyberattacks are not one offs. They are relentless.

Common causes of security breaches include unauthorised use of computers or networks by staff, ransomware, viruses, malware, spoofing and phishing. All of these threats can be nullified by having a robust cyber security policy in place.

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