SentinelOne

You’re invited to the AVR and SentinelOne Ultimate Hacking workshop

There is at least a 50% chance your business or organisation will face a cyber attack and sadly it’s only going to get worse. If you’ve avoided an attack or breach so far then you can count yourselves lucky the odds of remaining cyber secure are fast reducing. On the plus side, there is a truly effective answer and we’d like to give you the opportunity to get hands-on with the ultimate in threat protection at our powerful, interactive workshop.

Join us for the SentinelOne Ultimate Hacking workshop at AVR’s Twyford office, near Reading, on the afternoon of Thursday 11th October and experience personally how you can defeat a live cyber attack. Register below for this invaluable experience and you could win dinner at The Ivy too!

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Symantec Web Isolation from AVR

Keep surfing safely with the best web security solution

How safe is it to surf the Web? The internet is such a vital tool for personal and business use yet the threat of cyber attack or data breach from web based malware or phishing threats is higher than ever. How confident are you that you and your colleagues can go online safely and not inadvertently provide access to malware that could cause disastrous consequences to your network or data? Consider a comprehensive Web Security solution from AVR which will give you complete protection with totally uninhibited, transparent user access.

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King Street Townhouse

Join our Ransomware seminar in Manchester on 24th January

Ransomware remains a major threat to ALL businesses and organisations, but what is it? How does it operate and how can you protect your company’s vital data and endpoints? Together with Endpoint Security specialists SentinelOne, AVR will explain how over drinks and canapes at the elegant King Street Townhouse on the evening of Wednesday 24th January. We would love you to join us!

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small business information security

I’m too small to be a target

‘I’m too small to be a target’ must be one of the most common phrases we hear when talking to companies about cyber attacks and data breaches.  It’s understandable when the media is quick to broadcast news of large scale computer virus or Ransomware attacks on well-known businesses.  The reality is quite different. Statistics from Small Business Trends shows that 43% of cyber attacks target small businesses, with just 14% being effective at mitigating attacks and sadly 60% of small companies go out of business within six months of a cyber attack.

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Penetration testing

How do you know where the weak points are in your network?

So if we are to accept as many of the information security experts are now telling us that cyber-attacks are inevitable on virtually every business and organisation then what are you going to do about it?

Data has become the most precious commodity and those companies that hold sensitive, confidential and personal information, which is pretty much everybody, are targets for the bad guys who want to trade or exploit it for financial gain.

We have in the past, talked about stopping or preventing attacks but with the new strains of malware, this is becoming much more difficult, so now’s the time to switch attention to detection and remediation.  However, before you can start to assess which solution would be the most appropriate for your business, you have to understand where the vulnerable or weak points are in your network. Simulating an attack with Pen Testing is the most effective way of identifying the gaps in your defences.

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