MANAGED CYBER SECURITY SERVICES
We provide a full suite of cyber security services, helping you protect your business against cyber attacks, data breaches and more.
PROACTIVE CYBER SECURITY
Cyber attacks have devastating consequences for businesses, damaging brand reputation and profitability. And as technology evolves, the techniques and tactics cyber criminals use do in tandem.
A cyberthreat report carried out by CyberEdge Group identified that a record 86% of organisations suffered from a successful cyber attack in 2020/2021. The largest noted increase within the last six years.
As cyber threats proliferate, it is essential for businesses to have IT security solutions in place and review these frequently. At Moremicro, we have over 30 years’ experience in delivering cyber security solutions for businesses and industries across the UK, tailoring our IT services to meet the objectives and needs of every client.
Protect your electronic devices with our managed cyber security services
WHAT IS CYBER SECURITY?
Cyber security refers to the practice of protecting electronic devices including computers, mobile phones, tablets and networks from cyber attacks. Cyber security solutions can also be designed to protect more complex electronic equipment across different industries, including healthcare, automotive and aerospace.
Individuals and organisations are advised to have cyber security measures in place to protect against unauthorised access to valuable data and systems.
THE IMPORTANCE OF CYBER SECURITY
Managed cyber security solutions protect businesses from unauthorised access, theft, damage, and cyber threats including malware, ransomware, and phishing attacks. These IT security services are critical for protecting a brand’s integrity, confidentiality and ultimately, their profitability.
TYPES OF CYBER SECURITY THREATS
There are many types of cyber security threats. Here are the most common types of threats:
A computer virus is a malicious code of program designed to spread and infect a system. It has the ability to replicate itself, infecting and corrupting systems within a computer.
Malware is a software which performs a malicious task on a device or network such as taking over a system or corrupting data.
Malware attacks are designed to infect computers and other devices. Examples include Spyware, Trojan horses, Viruses, and Ransomware.
A Trojan is a virus that looks genuine (for example an internal email), but pretends to be something else and can take control of your system or electronic device once clicked on.
Ransomware is a form of malware which prevents a user from accessing their system/ personal files by encrypting their files and asking for a ransom.
Phishing is a common type of cyber attack where an individual receives fraudulent communication from what appear to be a legitimate, trustworthy source. This is typically done through email, adverts or sites that you may frequently use. For example, you might receive an email from what appears to be a colleague asking you to change your account credentials.
Other popular communication includes trying to steal and extract personal data such as bank/ card details for financial gain or password reset requests so that hackers can access your personal data.
Spyware is a software that installs itself on a computer or device and transfers data without the user’s knowledge or permission.
For example, Keylogging or keystroke software which keeps a log of everything you type, websites visited, passwords entered…etc.