Cyber Security Packages

Ensure your business is Secure

As cyber threats continually evolve, we are now offering two security packages:  The Essentials and Standard bundles.  The two packages ensure you can choose the right level of security for your business.  There is also the option to work towards Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation.  This is awarded by IASME and demonstrates cybersecurity commitment.

Essentials Security Protect Bundle

Recommended to all businesses as a minimum base layer of security protection

  • Anti-virus
  • Anti-Malware
  • Anti-Phishing
  • Security Awareness Training
  • Secure Web Browsing
  • Security Policy Setting
  • Security Assessment and Benchmarking

Standard Security Protect Bundle

Further enhanced security controls to simulate threats, test your defence, full SOC centre, 365 Risk Watch and even detect if your data is for sale on the black market. The proactive tools in the Standard Security Protect bundle also include:

  • Anti-virus
  • Anti-Malware
  • Anti-Phishing
  • Security Awareness Training
  • Secure Web Browsing
  • Security Policy Setting
  • Security Assessment and Benchmarking
  • 24/7/365 Security Operations Centre and Real-Time Remediation
  • 24/7/365 Microsoft 365 Risk Watch Proactive Service

Cyber Essentials Accreditation

Separate to the packages, you can choose to certify your business against the Cyber Essentials framework.  Find out more about Cyber Essentials.

Why implement Standard Security Protect bundle over the Essentials Security Protect bundle?

We recommend the Standard Security Protect Package to all business that have the budget. The tools and services help to mitigate against the ever-changing and advancing threat landscape. It is more feature rich than the Essentials bundle with a full security operations centre providing full 24/7/365 security monitoring and remediation against threats to your IT environment.

You are higher risk if you:

  • Handle large amounts of personal data, e.g. recruitment businesses and B2C.
  • Handle sensitive data, e.g. solicitors, accountants and finance.
  • Supply to the public sector, an OEM or the defence sector and need to adhere to supply chain security requirements.
  • Have any IP (Intellectual Property).
  • You are implementing digitalisation with an increased number of devices, therefore increased number entry points to IT systems and data.
  • You have a spread of remote workers.
  • Your employees have had no previous cyber training. Human error is the main entry point for cyber attacks.

 

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