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The cyber-threat to UK business is significant, varied and growing at a phenomenal rate.

In 2017, 43% of UK businesses made a report of a cyber-attack or breach yet alarmingly, only 27% of businesses have a formal cybersecurity policy in place.

Securing your UK business against the rising number of cyber threats is vital to ensuring the future of your organisation and your customers are protected.

Amongst the greatest security threats to UK businesses are the highly disruptive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and Ransomware attacks. In 2017, DDoS attacks increased 91% as the number of IoT devices grew exponentially.

Don’t leave your business exposed to cyber-threats. With the right security measures in place, your organisation has a line of defence in place to protect you and your customers. This guide provides the expert advice and guidance required to tackle cyber-crime.

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Get instant access to four essential resources in one:

1. Five Fears of Cloud Security

Our whitepaper explores the five fears and misconceptions that continue to surround cloud adoption, and how each can be tackled.

2. Research uncovers Wordpress Vulnerability

In this blog, UKFast CTO Neil Lathwood, provides his advice for securing your WordPress site against the platform’s PHP flaw.

3. Protect Your Business from Ransomware

In our webinar, we asked security experts how businesses can defend themselves in the face of aggressive attacks.

4. Cyber-Crime & UK Business

Our infographic takes a look at the UK cyber threat landscape and the affect on UK businesses and the steps you can take to protect your organisation. 

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Cybersecurity is a global issue

In April 2018, GCHQ reported that it had responded to 800 “significant incidents” since October 2016. The organisation has stated that the UK’s cyber-adversaries were quick to spot methods of inflicting harm, in the same manner as terrorists adapt their weapons to extract secrets and attack our economy.

Jeremy Fleming, head of GCHQ, said: “If GCHQ is to continue to help keep the country safe, then protecting the digital homeland – keeping our citizens safe and free online – must become and remain as much part of our mission as our global intelligence reach and our round-the-clock efforts against terrorism.”

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