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Information, whether financial or about people and systems, is the lifeblood of any organisation, and protection of your confidential, intellectual property or sensitive information is critical to business success. Yet, with increasing automation and inter-connectivity of information systems, a compromise in one area could impact the entire organisation and customers. The biggest area of compromise is often how businesses use the internet and what security they have in place.
The internet brings huge business opportunities and benefits, but it also brings risks. Every day there are cyber attacks on UK companies like yours, attempting to steal your information and money, or disrupt your business. It is increasingly important to manage these risks to take advantage of the internet whilst protecting your business.
In the past 12 months, 74% of small businesses experienced a cyber breach. The average cost of the worst breach was £75,000 to £311,000. What damage could that do to your business?
Embracing cyber security goes a long way to safeguarding your business. Cyber security is about protecting your computer-based equipment and information from unintended or unauthorised access, change, theft or destruction. Good cyber security can also enhance the reputation of your business and open up new commercial opportunities.
A major cyber attack may feel like the stuff of popular culture. It’s not. Although many never hit the headlines, such attacks on small businesses are increasing in prevalence and scale all the time. The impact of not recognising and preempting cyber risks can be lead to major problems for a business.
Put cyber security on the agenda before it becomes the agenda.
You can find more cyber security blogs on our Blogs page.
If you need advice on how to protect your business please get in touch.
Contains public sector information obtained from the Department of Business Innovation Skills licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.
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