Keeping your business secure online requires planning and commitment. However, there are a lot of practical, easy things you can do, no matter what your budget is or how much experience you have.
HTTPS gives your website added security and privacy. As more websites move to HTTPS, more of your website visitors will expect your site to use it. From July 2018, Chrome will display ‘not secure’ on all web pages that don’t display over https.
As part of your business strategy, you need to think about how to protect both your systems and your customers' accounts. 2FA is one of the tools that can help.
Targeted email scams to your business are harder to spot so you’re more likely to trust them.
You can use our tool to report any cyber security issue that you’re experiencing. We’ll help you identify it and let you know what the next steps are to resolve it.
'Insider threat' is the term used to describe a malicious threat to a business or organisation from someone who has inside knowledge of it. It's one of the biggest cyber security threats that businesses face.
Sometimes things go wrong and a security incident will rear its ugly head. It's good to be prepared for this kind of event. You'll need a clear plan to help you navigate through what could be a stressful time.
Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks aim to restrict or impair access to a computer system or network. They typically target servers to make websites and payment services unavailable — preventing legitimate users from accessing the online information or services they need.
A data breach is when private and confidential information is released into an unsecured environment. This usually means that the information becomes publicly available.