According to the National Cyber Security Centre, the current pandemic has seen a significant rise in the number of attempted cyber attacks across all sectors. The NCSC alone prevented and estimated 723 incidents between September 2019 and August 2020 – A momentous rise from the previous year.
2020 saw a rise in remote and home working which adds to the risk for many organizations, who have failed to train staff on identifying threats or put in place protective software.
As the year draws to a close, we thought it could be a good time to discuss how we can help you protect your 2021.
We’re pleased to announce that Recarta IT have achieved the Cyber Essentials Plus certification. As we start to see cyber attacks rise, in light of the pandemic, there has never been a better time to ensure your IT security measures are up to date.
Find out more about our Cyber Essential Plus accreditation announcement and how we can help with your owned IT security click here
Mimecast has been at the forefront of email scanning and protection for over a decade. Email remains the preferred entrance point for malware, ransom ware and attempted cyber attacks, so any organization where email is in use, need to consider an email protection strategy. Recarta are a premium parter of Mimecast and can help with all aspects of email security.
For more information on Mimecast and other security products, click here.
As an ISO accredited IT provider we demonstrate the highest level of data protection. If you are concerned about your current security arrangements, our ISO accredited consultants can discuss what actions you should be taking to remain compliant and reduce your risks of a security breach.
Updates and patches
We know it’s been a tough year and regular maintenance of software and OS updates could have been overlooked whilst more pressing matters are dealt with. However keeping your infrastructure and OS up to date is an essential part of any security policy. Get in touch -We’re here to help.
We would welcome a chance to discuss any concerns you may have. Please feel free to contact me at any time to discuss your current IT security.