Cybersecurity

Better, Smarter Security…..

How we can help you

With our Managed IT Services, specifically our Cyber Security and GDPR support, are designed to protect businesses from cyber threats. We’re experts in cyber security and consistently help companies bolster their cyber defences. By auditing your current cyber security health, we can devise lasting solutions that will keep you both functional and protected. Cyber security measures are only effective if they enhance business productivity, after all.

Phising Messages Opened by Users 30%
Businesses with a Cyber breach in the last 12 months 39%
Data breaches involving small Businesses 43%

With our Managed IT Services, specifically our Cyber Security and GDPR support, are designed to protect businesses from cyber threats. We’re experts in cyber security and consistently help companies bolster their cyber defences. By auditing your current cyber security health, we can devise lasting solutions that will keep you both functional and protected. Cyber security measures are only effective if they enhance business productivity, after all.

Phising Messages Opened by Users 30%
Businesses with a Cyber breach in the last 12 months 39%
Data breaches involving small Businesses 43%

In todays home working world, CyberSecurity has become more important than ever. With an ever increasing threat that is often in the news daily.

At Tech-call we can help you maintain security, with staff training, Cyber Risk Assessment and analysis, Full Patch management, Mobile device management, Anti-Virus and Cyber Essentials Certification.

As with most things, when it comes to cyber-security for UK businesses, charities, and organisations, prevention is key.

  • Education is a highly critical part of it, as lots of people (mostly staff) are still completely uninformed, or misinformed, regarding cyber-security. Dedicated training for staff is not yet carried out in every business (it’s only present in 20% of businesses, unfortunately), but it should be.

According to statistics, human error is to blame for most breaches. Even when employees are aware of security risks, they still fall for them.

52% of breaches featured hacking, 28% involved malware and 32–33% included phishing or social engineering