Managed Cyber Security
Cyber Solutions for Charities
Several organisations are targeted by hackers on a daily basis, don’t let your organisation be the next, preventing this is key!
✔ One organisation in the UK is successfully hacked every 19 seconds.
✔ Up to 88% of UK companies have suffered breaches in the last 12 months.
✔ One in every 3,722 emails in the UK is a phishing attempt.
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Main Causes of Data Breaches
Let’s take a look at what is the main cause of data breaches today. This is how companies lost data in 2016: Hacking or malware leads the way with 57%, followed by unintended disclosure. In fact, incidents caused by hacking or malware represent over 90% of all the breached records last year. A staggering amount of data that could have been protected with better security. Encryption is universally acknowledged as one of the best ways to prevent data breaches and to mitigate risks. Qlic provide managed solutions to ensure your website is kept safe from online threats.
Tailored Bespoke Security Solutions
Qlic has a variety of managed cyber security packages that can be tailored to suit your charity needs. It is important to review and consider your current data protection capabilities. Having at least the minimum requirements in place is best practice to protect your charity against viruses, malware and data leakage.
ANTI-VIRUS & MALWARE PROTECTION
Sophos Central Endpoint Protection blocks malware and infections by identifying and preventing the handful of techniques and behaviours used in almost every exploit. Endpoint Protection doesn’t rely on signatures to catch malware, which means it catches zero-day threats without adversely affecting the performance of your device. So, you get protection before those exploits even arrive.
With Microsoft 365 Advanced Threat Protection, you can protect your cloud mailboxes against new, sophisticated attacks in real time. By protecting against unsafe attachments and expanding protection against malicious links, it provides advanced security features to provide better zero-day protection.
Ransomware is the number one cyber attack affecting organisations today. It encrypts your files and holds them hostage until the ransom is paid, causing massive disruption to your charity's productivity. Sophos Intercept X features CryptoGuard, which prevents the malicious spontaneous encryption of data by ransomware—even trusted files that have been hijacked.
Each year, millions of laptop computers are misplaced, stolen, or lost; many of them containing important and sensitive data. Full disk encryption is the essential first line of defence to protect your data in any of these events. Sophos Central Device Encryption gives you the ability to manage full disk encryption from a single, integrated, web-based management centre.
ENTERPRISE GRADE FIREWALL
Sophos UTM provides the ultimate network security package with everything you need in a single modular appliance. It simplifies your IT security without the complexity of multiple-point solutions. The intuitive interface will help you quickly create policies to control security risks. And clear, detailed reports will give you the insight you need to improve your network performance and protection.
MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION & PASSWORD MANAGER
Protect your network using multi-layered proven protection technologies. Multi-Factor Authentication is an easy-to-use, secure authentication solution to verify your user's identity when logging into any account.
LastPass is a secure password manager that stores all of your usernames and passwords in one safe place. After you save a password to LastPass, it will automatically always remember it for you.
As a Cyber Essentials certified organisation ourselves, Qlic is very familiar with the process of accreditation. We have supported many charities through the process and implemented any necessary changes needed to achieve their own certifications.
With cyber security becoming a vital part of any project we also ensure that all new projects are Cyber Essentials certified, giving your charity peace of mind that best practice security measures are in place
Boundary Firewalls & Internet Gateways
Access Control & Administrative Privilege Management
Boundary Firewalls & Internet Gateways
Cyber Essentials Insurance
Being compliant to Cyber Essentials has been shown to significantly reduce the likelihood and severity of a data breach. However, the risk still remain, especially if there is human error, a malicious insider or a concerted external attack. The presence of cyber insurance will provide vital incident response services and cover your costs in your hour of need. The insurance provided with certification gives you £25,000 limit of indemnity so you may want to purchase a higher limit of cover in case you suffer a severe breach.
Claims made against you arising out of privacy wrongful acts.
Including emergency costs, data breaches and the costs of notifying data subjects.
Loss of profit and expenses caused by a network compromise.
Loss of Electronic Data
Costs of fixing the issue that allowed the loss or damage to your data.
Defence costs & regulatory fines (where insurable by law).
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Recently, the amount of individuals working from home has seen an all-time high, but the number of those who do not have the correct security software implemented is staggering. This has led to a huge increase in cybercriminals attempting to perform attacks by exploiting charity’s remote login credentials and yours could be next!
Whether you’re working from home or on-the-go, it is paramount that you protect your laptop from cyber-crime. While your company has probably provided you with a VPN to securely connect to their network, what about your personal passwords and local files?
As most employees are now working remotely, cybercriminals have taken the opportunity to access unsecured data from individuals who need to improve the overall protection on their personal devices. This makes it more important than ever to be extra vigilant and make sure you are secure from cybersecurity threats, especially those directly targeting charities.
Stay alert whilst using Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), remote working is providing a massive opportunity for hackers! As a result of the current pandemic, most organisations are turning to Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) to permit staff to work from home. Remote Desktop allows staff to work from home but access all the resources of their business device.