Is your business at risk of a Cyber Security breach?

As digital technology continues its rise, new gadgets and apps are being released every day. However, with new technologies come new threats. Hackers, much like our new technologies, are becoming bolder and more advanced, meaning that when we enter our details onto a booking form or access our online banking we need to know our data is safe.

Businesses have a responsibility to their customers to make sure their security system resembles Fort Knox and that their data is safe. With the new GDPR legislation now in full force, businesses need to not only update their policies and adhere to the new rules, but also update their Cyber Security. Who wants to be in the same position as British Airways? So, why is it so important to update your security?

Cyber-attacks could damage your business and its reputation, so security needs to be your top priority. Your businesses data is one of your most valuable assets, but it’s also the most vulnerable. It’s crucial you use the right system to avoid a security breach happening. If you employ a system that is built to handle an array of individual devices and operating systems, you’re on the right track.

There are so many systems on the market it’s hard to know which to go for; it’s not just about having the latest, fanciest system. You need to make sure your knowledge matches up and are able to stay one step ahead of potential threats, or employ someone to do it for you. With cyber hacking on the rise, it’s crucial to take all the pre-emptive measures necessary to protect your business from a potential breach.

Want to find out more about how to protect your business? Join us for our Cyber Security with GDPR workshop.