When will it happen to you?

When they strike, major cybersecurity incidents tend to dominate the headlines. Whether it is for the financial toll on businesses, the disruption they cause, or the embarrassment they engender for individuals whose details are leaked online, these breaches have a huge impact on the public imagination.

Take May 2017’s WannaCry attack, which infected thousands of computers in hundreds of organisations around the world. The attack was unprecedented in scale and in the UK its largest victim was the NHS. The impacts were real: numerous outpatient appointments and operations were cancelled following the attack.


According to the UK government’s 2017 Cyber Security Breaches Survey, 46% of all UK firms identified at least one cyber security breach or attack in the last 12 months, and in most cases, these breaches were reported to have adversely affected the organisation. Given that 99% of UK businesses are classified as SMEs, most victims will likely be businesses with under 1,000 employees.

“I am convinced that there are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked and those that will be.”

Robert S. Mueller III, Director of the FBI (2012)

This whitepaper will outline what the most common threats affecting your organisation are, and then provide a set of simple steps that you can implement to immediately reduce your risk of becoming a victim of cybercrime.


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