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Cybercrime can have a huge impact on business finances, and they aren’t always the most obvious. We look at what those financial implications may be and how you can protect your business.
Making your business cyber-secure takes more than downloading some anti-virus software. The key to cyber security is having a ‘cyber-responsible’ company culture, not only to prevent a cyber-attack on your business but also to minimise the effects of an attack if it does happen.
32% of UK businesses reported a cyber-attack in 2019, with an average cost of £4,180. Watch our video to understand how you can best protect your business and the steps can you take to respond and recover, if you do fall victim to cybercrime.
The pandemic has tested the resilience of small businesses – and focused minds on how to build a legacy that will endure.
Businesses that would never dream of leaving their premises unsecured often leave themselves vulnerable to cyber intruders. Here’s how to put sturdy locks on your digital doorways.
Cybercrime and fraud may not be something that people naturally associate with agriculture, but criminals are increasingly targeting businesses throughout the sector. Here we look at the steps you can take to protect yourself and the most common ways fraudsters may target your business.
People are your company’s strongest asset. So how do you make sure they’re not also your weakest link when it comes to cybersecurity? Ultimately it comes down to training and communication.
How you will source supplies for your business, and distribute your products, are among the hot topics of Brexit. But, whatever the outcome, businesses of all sizes absolutely should be focusing on making themselves as agile as possible.
Protecting your IT system and the information it holds is essential. An IT systems failure or data loss can be catastrophic for your business.
An intranet provides a private website that can usually only by accessed by people within your business. It can provide better access to information, help to co-ordinate people and resources, improve customer service and reduce your costs.