Cybersecurity can seem like an insurmountable task – or a time-consuming task that is not essential. 

But the reality is it’s not only a job for the IT team – everyone can play a part in keeping their organisation’s data safe.


Since the pandemic, many businesses have adapted how they work and employees are now working from home or combining home and office working with a flexible approach.

But it is integral to the safety and protection of a business that if this is the approach they are now taking, they do a full security audit and ensure that their files and data continue to be secure.


IT systems breaches and the loss of personal and corporate information can be very costly in terms of both time and money and also bring heightened levels of worry, stress and anxiety – all of which can be eased through the implementation of a few basic but essential security measures.


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Have you implemented a training programme for staff yet focusing on cyber security?

No? Well now would be a good time to prioritise such a strategy for new and existing employees – bringing them up to date with the dangers and risks and training them up on the very latest and best cyber security practices.


Scams and viruses come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and are often used in a creative way to convince us that what we are seeing is anything other than a scam.

One of our clients recently called us because they had clicked on a link to a website (one they visit numerous times as part of their working week!) and a warning had popped up from Windows.