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.
AVR’s IT Security Assessment will check if you’re really protected.
So your business network has Anti-Virus software and a Firewall installed and you may have some form of threat protection solution too. Or do you? The BBC reports here on a survey by the British Chamber of Commerce that one in five UK businesses were attacked last year, yet only 25% have some form of protection. Are you really confident your business is fully protected? Take advantage of our free, no-obligation IT Security Assessment.
Why do you need security on a mobile device? The increased use of mobile devices in business substantially increases the chance of a data breach or cyber attack. Businesses and organisations without effective mobile endpoint threat protection are gambling with the security of their networks and the future of their companies .
So how much at risk are your company mobiles? Now you can conduct a simple self-assessment with the smart new Lookout AssessMy tool, a quick, easy-to-complete survey, which will produce a report that clearly identifies where your network could be vulnerable.
The dramatic growth in cyber attacks and the increasing threat to businesses and organisations is prompting the development of new IT security solutions that can protect more than traditional anti-virus and firewalls can. AVR believes that SentinelOne’s unique range of features offers an ideal threat protection solution and is hosting an exclusive presentation on Thursday 15th November at Cliveden House to a select audience.
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?