We at CSE offer fully comprehensive cyber security strategies to suit the needs and budget of your business; from cyber-threat awareness training to disaster recovery solutions, your online safety is important to us, so why not help to secure your business today?
Cybercrime has grown increasingly more sophisticated over recent years and as a result, according to UK government cybercrime statistics, more than 64% of UK businesses suffered ransomware attacks in 2020 - many of which have never recovered!
CSE work with your business, combining our specialist consultants and expert team of engineers to ensure your business runs seamlessly, just like having your own in-house team - minus the overhead.
Find out more about how we can help protect your business by contacting us today on: 01444 238070
A firewall acts as a security guard to your internal systems, it monitors attempts to gain access to your operating system and blocks unwanted traffic or unrecognised sources.
This security device can be either computer hardware or software which can help protect your network by filtering traffic and blocking outsiders from gaining unauthorised access to the private data on your computer.
Not only does a firewall block unwanted traffic, it can also help block malicious software from infecting your computer.
It helps to protect your network and information by managing your network traffic. This includes blocking unsolicited incoming network traffic and validating access by assessing network traffic for anything malicious like hackers and malware.
Firewalls can provide different levels of protection. The key is determining how much protection you need.
We at CSE provide our expertise from consultation to installation to ensure you choose the right Firewall to suit your business’ needs and budget.
Cybercriminals have become for more sophisticated in terms of how they infect your systems; What was once an individual sending out random attacks, has now become professional underworld organisations who send out targeted malicious software to disrupt or defraud your business.
Unfortunately, it is only a matter of time before your business is hit by one of these coordinated attacks, so it is important to be ready for when they do.
You may not even be aware that you have already been infected, which is why we at Computer Systems Engineers Ltd provide antivirus software designed to detect and remove viruses and other kinds of malicious software from your internal systems.
Help your staff become the first line of defence against cyber-attacks by implementing a plan to change employee behaviour, thus minimising your organisation’s risk to human-error.
From ransomware and phishing attacks to weak security and unattended laptops, cyber-threats are numerous and very real. CSE’s specialist Cyber-Threat Awareness Training will help increase your employee’s awareness of the many dangers that are out there and therefore reduce the possibility of human-error.
We'll work with you to develop an easy to implement and effective training plan tailored to your business.
We at Computer Systems Engineers Ltd are on a mission to help protect businesses through Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire and Kent from all forms of cyber-attacks.
Our fully comprehensive cyber security strategies suit the needs and budget of your business; our unique combination of software implementation and employee training will ensure your internal systems have the best possible defence against incoming cyber-attacks.
Two Factor Authentication or “2FA” increases the safety of online accounts by requiring two types of validation, for example: the username and password, followed by a PIN code which can be sent to the user’s mobile device.
Multi-Factor Authentication or “MFA” further increases the safety of online accounts by requiring multiple types of validation before being granted access, for example: the username and password, followed by a PIN code and then perhaps, the user might be asked some security questions.
It is without a doubt that a considerable number of system failures within a business are a result of human error, commonly a result of users using the same usernames and passwords for multiple accounts, which allows hackers and cybercriminals to easily gain access to their “secure” networks and steal important information.
This can then be combatted by adding the extra layers of security that MFA provides.
A shocking 60% of UK companies go out of business after a major data loss. Data loss can happen due to a variety of different reasons, such as: user error, malicious attacks / ransomware, data corruption or unforeseen circumstances, such as an office fire.
40% of small and medium sized businesses have no incident response plan, having a tried and tested incident response plan can massively reduce downtime, on average, downtime will cost a UK business £6,000 an hour.
The average downtime for a business with only a standard backup recovery solution in place is a minimum of 5 days, however, CSE can provide data backup recovery solutions which will have your business back up and running within 4 hours.