With news of data breaches seemingly reserved for the big firms of society (Sony, eBay, Equifax and many more), small business owners might consider themselves to be less of a target.
When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect in May 2018, the way businesses capture, store and process data will be the subject of much closer scrutiny.
Not every business is facing immediate cyber threats, but we all have to remain proactive in protecting our businesses to make sure we stay amongst the unaffected. After all, as with many things, those that fail to prepare get hit the hardest.
This blog shares advice on where to start with your business security and how ACS could help you.
"Cyber Security is a board level issue that defines an organisation's success."
But like many things, to mitigate the threat of Cyber Crime, you must understand it. Take a look at today's blog, which further explores the current world of Cyber Security.
“Cyber crime is the greatest threat to every company in the world” according to Ginni Rometty, Chairman, CEO and President, IBM Corp, 2015.
But with security solutions from ACS, your business can be well prepared for unexpected threats.
If somebody broke into your home and without your permission took your things, it would leave you feeling angry, unnerved, and frustrated. For those of you out there that own businesses, how would you feel if somebody stole your vital data? Shut your systems down? Stopped your business from operating?
This blog is all about how you can start to protect your business from the above types of crime.
IT support or a managed service is all about removing stress from the customer, minimising loss of productivity and making sure that day to day a client’s infrastructure is running as efficiently as possible.
Here is more about what is included in an ACS Managed Service...
Last week the pub chain JD Wetherspoon announced that the card data of 100 customers was stolen from its database after being hacked. Find out more about the repercussions the company is facing, along with the stories of other household brands who have suffered from the touch of hackers.
TalkTalk, a huge player in the mobile phone market, announced last Thursday that they have been subject to a cyber-attack. The company has since confirmed that the personal and banking details of customers may have been accessed by hackers.