To Begin, call us today on 0330 223 4160 or Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgWe’ll assess your case and detail how our cyber services can move you towards secure operation.
CYBER SECURITY IS A GROWING THREAT — AND COMPANIES AREN’T PREPARED
Kaspersky — one of the top cyber security firms — carried out research into cyber security readiness. and found that many companies are woefully ill-equipped to deal with threats to their digital systems. Here are the stats from the businesses it surveyed:
- 30% had not fully implemented anti-malware software.
- 55% still saw file sharing as the greatest threat to security.
- 57% had banned social networks due to potential security risks
- Over 33% of their IT workers had leveraged unauthorised technologies.
- 61% had suffered malware infections in the previous 12 months.
- 29% had experienced mobile malware.
- Just 31% of their workers had been required to use smartphone security software.
- Incidents of mobile malware had increased 600% in the last year.
WE CAN ADDRESS ALL YOUR SYSTEM SECURITY CONCERNS
You want to safeguard your systems so you can keep your business safe — and we can help. Edge Cyber Security is one of the top IT security companies in the UK. Furthermore, our objective is to find the perfect solution for your situation, providing exactly as much detail as you need so we can hit a competitive price point. Below is a list of our services
This broad test investigates the foundation of your network, searching for myriad vulnerabilities. This allows us to check the safety of your digital assets, classify the overall risks posed, and provide a list of prioritised actions for fixing issues.
It may be highly convenient, but using a wireless network can present some problems. Our wireless penetration testing probes for flaws, determines what the damage could be, and forms a strong plan for making your network extremely secure.
The technical strength of your system isn’t the only issue. The primary users add key points of weakness. Social engineering tricks people into revealing details. Our test gauges how your employees respond to efforts to undermine your company.
Most business websites don’t just just static pages: they’re functionally complex, offering rich user experiences and collecting data. That makes them easy targets. Our testing can help you protect your brand and ensure full regulatory compliance.
Firewall rule sets quickly become outdated, leading to growing insecurity. Our penetration testing will detect any unsafe configurations and recommend changes through which you can optimise your security without damaging your throughput.
If a host server becomes compromised, everything running on it will be a viable target. Our server testing can gauge the extent to which your server systems and applications have been hardened against intrusion, then suggest improvements.
Since GDPR (the General Data Protection Regulation) states that all personal data breaches must be reported to the supervisory authority within 72 hours and can carry fines of up to 4% of global turnover. Are you prepared?
Why Edge Cyber Security?
At Edge Cyber Security, we strive to offer top-notch testing and impartial advice at reasonable prices. We do security work because we love it, and we’re constantly investigating new technologies that might help our clients achieve stronger security systems. No matter the projects we’re given, we pursue our tasks with enthusiasm and commitment.
Based in Bristol, we serve the entirety of the UK. If you’re looking for a security partner who’ll treat your business with as much care as you do, choose Edge Cyber Security to provide your cyber security services. You can rely on us.
We’ll listen to your ideas, discuss your needs, and advise accordingly. It may sound obvious, but it isn’t always done. We look at it this way: your success is our success.
We’ll provide comprehensive support to help your business find the most appropriate solutions to any identified vulnerabilities. Every tier includes broad recommendations.
Our security consultants have cultivated their skills across various sectors, and we’ll assign you a penetration tester with the background to understand your business needs..
Rarely does a single package fit all clients, and this couldn't be more true in cyber security. That's why we work with you to develop a bespoke engagement that works for you regardless of the project size.
Whats in the News ?Here's whats going on in the IT security world.
While it’s true that the fundamental nature of penetration testing — probing a system to identify exploitable weaknesses and the damage they could cause — is always the same, each type of system requires a unique approach with certain elements being prioritised. When you consult an expert tester, they’ll advise you on the most suitable testing type (or types) for you.
It may be useful to relate this to the general practice of healthcare. The fundamental system of diagnosing injury and illness so it can be treated is static, but an orthopedist will approach things very differently to a dermatol...
An Iran-linked cyber-espionage group that has been found targeting critical infrastructure, energy and military sectors in Saudi Arabia and the United States two years ago continues targeting organizations in the two nations, Symantec reported on Wednesday.
Widely known as APT33, which Symantec calls Elfin, the cyber-espionage group has been active since as early as late 2015 and targeted a wide range of organizations, including government, research, chemical, engineering, manufacturing, consulting, finance, and telecommunications in the Middle East and other parts of the world.
Apple on Monday released iOS 12.2 to patch a total of 51 security vulnerabilities in its mobile operating system that affects iPhone 5s and later, iPad Air and later, and iPod touch 6th generation.
A majority of vulnerabilities Apple patched this month reside in its web rendering engine WebKit, which is used by many apps and web browsers running on the Apple's operating system.
Adobe has just released new versions of its Acrobat DC, Reader and Photoshop CC for Windows and macOS users that patch 48 vulnerabilities in its software.
A total of 47 vulnerabilities affect Adobe Acrobat and Reader applications, and one critical remote code execution flaw has been patched in Adobe Photoshop CC.
A critical remote code execution vulnerability has been discovered in the popular Electron web application framework that could allow attackers to execute malicious code on victims' computers.
Electron is an open source app development framework that powers thousands of widely-used desktop applications including WhatsApp, Skype, Signal, Wordpress, Slack, GitHub Desktop, Atom, Visual Studio Code, and Discord.
Note—the technical details of the vulnerabilities introduced in this article has now been released, so you should also read our latest article to learn how the eFail attack works and what users can do to prevent themselves.
An important warning for people using widely used email encryption tools—PGP and S/MIME—for sensitive communication.
Just a few days prior to its monthly patch release, Microsoft released an emergency patch for a critical vulnerability in the Windows Host Compute Service Shim (hcsshim) library that could allow remote attackers to run malicious code on Windows computers.
Windows Host Compute Service Shim (hcsshim) is an open source library that helps "Docker for Windows" execute Windows Server containers using a low-level container management API in Hyper-V.
Facebook announced a whole lot of new features at its 2018 Facebook F8 developers conference, along with the keynote by its CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressing concerns from app developers after Facebook paused 3rd-party app review in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
If you receive a link for a video, even if it looks exciting, sent by someone (or your friend) on Facebook messenger—just don't click on it without taking a second thought.
Cybersecurity researchers from Trend Micro are warning users of a malicious Chrome extension which is spreading through Facebook Messenger and targeting users of cryptocurrency trading platforms to steal their accounts’ credentials.
Remember a young hacker who hacked jail systems in an attempt to release his prison inmate early?
Well, that hacker will now be joining his inmate behind bars.Konrads Voits of Ypsilanti, Michigan, has been sentenced to seven years and three months in prison for attempting to hack the Washtenaw County Jail computer system and modifying prison records to get his friend released early.