Why do so many decision-makers continue to assume their IT is secure?
In the world of IT, a dangerous assumption is that your business is secure from a technology standpoint. Why do so many decision-makers continue to assume their IT is secure?
I think to understand why people do it. IT is not easy to understand, it’s very complex, has many layers, many dependencies and generally, in the modern world it is just expected to work. You pay a third party to look after it so you do not need to think about it.
As I wrote in a previous post, forbes.com is predicting the largest cybersecurity breach ever soon and advising their readers to track the IT security stocks.
The pandemic has changed the way we work and has increased threat surfaces. Hackers are rubbing their hands looking at the increased opportunities to make vast sums.
Support Tree offers IT services in London and the rest of the UK. As part of this, we provide IT security services to our clients. We pride ourselves on offering the right services to the business depending on their cybersecurity risk posture.
We are removing the need for assumption for our customers with our on-going security audits.
We provide Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus auditing as part of our IT security services in London and beyond. Those responsible for IT in business should seriously consider a security audit for peace of mind.
The Cyber Essentials Plus audit is also verified by a 3rd party increasing the confidence you receive from this certificate of assurance.
Passing Cyber Essentials Plus can also reduce your cyber insurance.
With all these measurements and security procedures in place, why do so many decision-makers continue to assume their IT is secure?
So, if you’re responsible for IT and particularly IT security in your organisation and would like to have a certificate of IT security assurance, please get in touch and we will be happy to help.