How do I Respond to a Cyber Attack on my Business?
We help you understand how to report an attack and how to get help.
Your business has suffered a cyber attack and you want to know how to report it, where to get help with recovery and how to prevent it from happening again.
Maybe you're using a managed service provider for your IT needs, assuming they would report any cyber attack on your behalf but your board needs trusted help as it navigates through the crisis.
How We Can Help
At the Cyber Resilience Centre, we have access to trusted specialist cybercrime investigators who can support you during an attack and recover digital forensic evidence to help identify who is responsible. We also provide a range of services to help protect you from being attacked in the first place.
How To Report a Cyber Attack - make sure you report any attack to Action Fraud.
Vulnerability Assessment - tests your IT system configuration.
Security Awareness Training - tailored to your business.
Affordable Cyber Services - includes internet investigation.
Annual Membership Packages - membership starts from £500.
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