IT Security

Securing and managing the IT infrastructure for any size business is a very important job.

Many small businesses are falling victim to viruses and hacking. Expert computer security firm Malwarebytes reported that 54% of businesses surveyed in Britain had been targeted with attacks and more worryingly, one-third lost revenue as a result.

To combat this we offer different types of IT Security:

Spam Filter

Secure your network from spam, virus, phishing, ransomware and malware attacks. Spam Filter applies its proprietary self-learning smart technologies to eliminate spam mail before it reaches your network.

Firewall

A firewall is a network security system that prevents unauthorized access to your IT systems. It monitors and controls the incoming and outgoing traffic based on the security rules.

Anti-Virus

Scans for security threats quickly, protecting against viruses, spyware, Trojans, rootkits, bots and other malware without draining resources or slowing down machines.

Data Backup

Backup refers to the copying of a companies files, databases, to a secondary site for preservation in case of a disaster, cyber attack or any other catastrophe. The process of backup up data is critical, as businesses which suffer from severe data loss often never recover.

Are you entirely satisfied with your current IT Security?

Corvus Systems supply IT support and maintenance services to business customers across the UK. We have been doing this since 2006. Our IT support team keeps up to date with all the latest security and we provide our customers with the same security that we use to protect our business.

A wave of new viruses are targeting small businesses

Mutating viruses, like Locky and CryptoLocker, are quickly popping up. And many are infecting small businesses, which are now big targets for hackers. It is very important to keep your businesses security up to date as new threats are being seen everyday.

Gov.uk said that two thirds of UK businesses have been hit by a cyber attach in the past year. Seven out of 10 attacks were involved viruses, spyware or malware which has been installed on a system. They urge Britain’s businesses to better protect their selves from these cyber criminals. The research also uncovered that the attacks has cost Britain’s businesses millions but the attacks could have been prevented with the correct security in place.

According to research 54% of UK companies have experienced a ransomware attack, compared to 47% in the United States, pointing out that the UK has the biggest problem with ransomware in the world.

Get in touch today to arrange your free, no-obligation consultation and quotation.