Mobile devices are vital business tools. The benefits in communication, productivity and access to information are undeniable, but with cyber attacks on the increase, they can provide an additional route for malware attackers to access your network and steal or corrupt your critical data. The ingenuity of cyber criminals knows no bounds and effective threat protection requires intuitive, intelligent and comprehensive technology that can adapt to the ever changing threat landscape. Lookout and AirWatch can deliver the protection your business demands.
Your mobile devices – smartphones, tablets, laptops – add so much to your business, in fact you probably can’t do without them! Yet managing them efficiently can be a real resource headache. Mobile devices do so much; calls to clients colleagues and customers, surfing web sites, reading confidential data, accessing apps, ordering goods, sales presentations, product demonstrations and more. Keeping them working, up-to-date and secure is vital, but this can cause your valuable technical resource to be diverted from other critical, operational tasks. AVR’s professional and expert Mobility Managed Service can turn this time-stealing overhead into an indispensable revenue generator.
How confident are you that all the data across your organisation is protected, secure and compliant? Whether your firm is one of the Magic Circle, the Big Six or a dynamic boutique operation, your vital, sensitive, confidential and priceless data is at risk without the most robust protective and authentication processes in place.
Security, confidentiality, credibility and reputation are critical within most organisations; within the legal sector they are an absolute imperative. Take the first step and claim your AVR data health check and complimentary GDPR e-Book with vital tips and information on how to keep your data safe and compliant.
It seems almost unbelievable that an organisation like Tesco can be cyber attacked…or does it? A quick internet search will show you the scale of the malware problem so why do businesses and organisations take the risk of being unprotected, suffering financial loss and severe damage to their reputations, particularly when a simple, AVR IT Health Check could keep you safe?
IPEXPO EUROPE on 5-6 October 2016 at Excel, London, is the must-attend IT event of the year for CIO’s Heads of IT, security, insight and tech specialists. The AVR team will be there in our distinctive red shirts and we would love to be your guide!
‘Apple tackles iPhone one-tap spyware flaw’ and ‘Apple boosts iPhone security’ headlines burst onto the headlines from all the major news media outlets on 26th August, communicating that hackers had found a way through Apple’s tough security. The attack, identified by Lookout Mobile Security prompts us all to consider how secure our vital business mobile are. Join the AVR webinar and find out how you can protect your devices.
Recent research reveals that almost two thirds of UK businesses believe they will be hit by a data breach unless their technology is not updated in the next 12 months. Does this include your business?
Infosecurity Europe is the premier information security event featuring Europe’s largest and most comprehensive conference programme with over 315 exhibitors showcasing the most diverse range of products and services to 12,000 visitors. The AVR team will be there in our distinctive red shirts and we would love to meet you!
Data leaks and breaches, cyber attacks, malicious network offensives, GDPR, data protection, compliance and governance are all a threat to yours and your clients’ data.
Your data is your most valuable business asset and breaches could damage your reputation and credibility. In the legal sector where confidentiality and discretion are fundamental, you cannot afford not to have the most comprehensive protection for your legal data, particularly if your employees are using mobile devices for their work.
The largest currently known data breach that hit Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca this week is understandably high profile in the world’s news media. Over 11.5 million documents, 2.6TB of data and disclosures of possible tax avoidance by high profile world figures has been sent to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). This story will be prominent for some time, but what lessons can businesses learn from it?