What does a Cyber Security strategy involve?
Implementing a robust cyber security strategy revolves around three pillars which are people, processes and technology. Our experienced Cyber Security Consultants will work with you to devise a cyber security strategy that suits your organisation now as well as in the future, as we understand that no two organisations have the same needs. These will be clear and prioritised steps that tell you exactly what to do and how to make a necessary foundation for effective strategy implementation. One way to help your organisation prevent cyber-threats is giving your employees regular and updated training.
Our Cyber Security Consultants have an in-depth understanding of the constantly evolving threat landscape and take a risk-based approach to identifying how it impacts each individual organisation.
How can I keep my organisation’s IT Infrastructure secure?
Having a Cyber Security framework such as Cyber Essentials to work towards can also be beneficial for your organisation. Having key goals within your organisation can help ensure that the risk of a data breach is minimal. Cyber Essentials is backed by the UK Government and National Cyber Security Centre. By being Cyber Essentials certified, this outwardly shows your commitment to cyber security, demonstrating to your business partners, regulators and suppliers that you take cyber and information security seriously.
As remote working and use of personal devices become more commonplace, it is essential for organisations to implement a BYOD strategy to avoid breaches of company data. Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility & Security Suite (EM+S) coupled with Intune ensures that this data remains safe across all devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets. Should an employee use their own device for business purposes, Microsoft Intune provides complete separation of business and personal data. Therefore, organisations are unable to read personal messages and users are unable to copy business data into a personal app.
Enterprise Mobility & Security suite also helps facilitate the journey to Digital Transformation and is also part of our own Cloud Productivity and Security suite, Unite.
If your organisation has been affected by a Malware virus, which are most commonly delivered via email attachments, this can lead to significant business downtime should you not have a Disaster Recovery and Backup solution in place. Malware is a code or script that has been specifically designed to harm or perform illegitimate actions on devices, data, hosts or even entire business networks. Malware attacks are increasingly common on mobile devices, Microsoft Defender ATP for Android prevents these attacks and will soon be rolled out to IOs.
Sophos is the one of the most trusted names in security software and by protecting the end point, we will ensure that your systems remain Malware free and your data is kept secure at all times. By also implementing a Disaster Recovery and Backup solution, by either Cloud, Hybrid or onsite means, we are able to get your business operations back and running quickly by regaining access to data, connectivity, hardware and software.
Infinity Group are partners with IT industry leaders such as Microsoft, Cisco Meraki, Sophos and many more. We also hold three major ISO certifications including ISO 27001 for Information Security Management Standard as independently awarded by the British Assessment Bureau which shows our commitment to a high level of corporate governance.
Infinity Group are experienced Cyber Security Consultants and IT Security experts. We are also one of the top 200 Microsoft Gold Partners in the UK. If you are interested in Cyber Security Consultancy or IT Security strategy implementation, please get in touch to find out more.