When it comes to protecting your business’ IT systems, it pays to be informed. Take the issue of cyber security for example – you can’t defend your business against something you don’t fully understand. So here at incovo, we’ve proudly partnered up with Sophos, one of the UK’s leading security software and hardware companies, to give you an exclusive insight into the biggest cyber threats businesses face in 2020. Arm yourself with the facts and let incovo help you take the necessary precautions to defend your business.
Sophos specialises in encryption, network security, email security, mobile security and unified threat management, and their dedicated SophosLabs department is leading the way in terms of research into potential online threats. They have just released a detailed report outlining this year’s biggest cyber threats and it’s a must-read for all businesses.
From sophisticated ransomware which aims to hold your documents hostage, to the latest mobile malware trends such as ‘Fleeceware’ – designed to effectively fleece consumers out of large amounts of money – the report is an eye-opening account of just how sophisticated cyber attacks have become.
The report also shines a light on how much damage can be caused if the necessary precautions are not taken. Take the ‘Wannacry’ attack of 2017 for example. Despite the fact that this attack caused an unprecedented level of disruption to countless businesses, hospitals, and universities, millions of machines still remain unpatched against this bug to this day. If these machines infected with WannaCry are still out there, they’re also susceptible to newer, more dangerous types of attacks that have emerged since.
So what does this mean for your business? With cyber attacks evolving all the time, it’s important that businesses remain on the front-foot by getting the latest information from the experts. You can start by simply clicking the link and DOWNLOADING YOUR FREE COPY of the Sophos 2020 Threat Report.
For further information on how to protect your business from potential cyber attacks, take a look at incovo’s full range of IT services. From first stage design and consultancy, to installing systems and services, right through to on-going routine and reactive support from a team of five certified IT technicians, incovo offers 9-5 and 24/7 protection for businesses right across the UK.
Book an appointment with one of the incovo consultants by calling 0345 450 8400 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.