Secure Your Business
Almost 2/3 of all cyber attacks are now directed at small business
Top 5 reasons SMB businesses should protect their business from cyber crime
SMB businesses often handle sensitive information such as customer data, financial records, and proprietary business information that can be valuable to cybercriminals. Protecting this information is critical to maintaining the trust of customers and preventing financial loss.
Many SMB businesses are subject to industry regulations that require them to implement certain security measures to protect sensitive data. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in hefty fines and legal penalties.
Cybercrime can cause significant disruptions to SMB businesses, impacting operations, damaging reputation and causing financial losses. Implementing cyber security measures can help prevent or minimize the impact of these disruptions.
Ransomware attacks have become increasingly common, with cybercriminals using malware to encrypt a company’s data and then demanding payment in exchange for the decryption key. Implementing cyber security measures can help prevent these types of attacks and avoid the need to pay ransoms.
SMB businesses depend on their reputation for success. Cybercrime can damage the reputation of a small business, causing customers to lose trust and leading to financial losses. Implementing cyber security measures can help protect a small business’s reputation and maintain customer trust.
While you may think you are safe online, cybercriminals prove otherwise.
You think it won't happen. Until it does
80 data records are stolen every 75 seconds.
A hacker attack occurs every 39 seconds.
20% of people said they had been victims of cybercrime.
Professional Accounting Practice
Their Security Story:
Full Organisational Security
DLK Advisory is a professional accounting practice specialising in business services, specialist tax and consulting services. DLK Advisory consults to large corporate and government clients and their reputation and trust cannot be compromised.
Cloud Made Simple was approached by DLK Advisory to do a full IT Audit.
“Protecting our data and our clients is our highest priority” Adam Malabone. “Cloud Made Simple advised us of what was required to further strengthen and protect our business from cybercrime, data loss and IP theft”
Although DLK had excellent security measures in place, using the zero trust methodology we were able to highlight areas of potential exposure and close the gaps.
Zero Trust Security
Our Zero Trust Approach
Our Zero Trust approach extends throughout the entire digital estate and serves as an integrated security philosophy and end-to-end strategy. This is done by implementing Zero Trust controls and technologies across six foundational elements: identities, devices, applications, data, infrastructure, and networks.
The Zero Trust Essential Plan is only one element to be considered when securing
your business. Your business should also have a strategy in place to secure your:
• Network • Infrastructure • Applications
And last but certainly not least, you and your staff should be trained on the potential
threats and how to avoid them.
Whether they represent people, services, or IOT devices – define the Zero Trust control plane. When an identity attempts to access a resource,
Once an identity has been granted access to a resource, data can flow to a variety of different devices—from IoT devices to smartphones,
Applications and APIs provide the interface by which data is consumed. They may be legacy on-premises, lift-and-shifted to cloud workloads,
The Zero Trust Essential Plan
With these protections in place, your devices and users are moving toward the zero-trust model and have the preventative and remediation features in place that large enterprises are utilising today.
Prevents your devices and users from becoming compromised by protecting several different attack vectors.
Covers DNS and web content filtering to protect against real-time threats through DNS request inspection.
Restricts your device’s ability to run applications and install new software without first being verified.
Ensures your devices are protected by Microsoft’s next generation defender solution: it doesn’t just provide.