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Millions of businesses hit already, don't waste anymore time

Businesses that aren’t big enough to have their own IT departments or employ a Chief Technology Officer still need to be cyber secure. These businesses are low hanging fruit for cyber criminals, as they’re less likely to have defences and educated employees in place.

One MS provides the right cyber security advice for your business, recommending and implementing solutions that reduce the likelihood of successful cyber-attacks, improve employee vigilance to social engineering, and keep your business secure.

Cyber Security Solutions

Protect your business critical data from a cyber attack

One Managed Service ensures your business is 100% secure, recoverable and accessible by:

  • Providing fast and effective IT support available 24/7, 365 days a year

  • Working proactively, finding problems before they compromise your data

  • Ensuring you’re compliant with data security regulations such as FCA and GDPR

  • Implementing high-level security technology from Symantec and Webroot to keep your data safe

  • Cyber security training for employees that actually works, to avoid your business being the victim of a damaging phishing attack.

Are we the right company for you?

  • Do you have between 10 and 2000 employees?

  • ​​​Is cyber security a top business priority?

  • Do you want technology to empower your business?

  • Are you looking for the right, practical IT advice to solve your business challenges?

  • Do you want fast technical support for your staff so they can stay productive?

Startup Development Team

Talk to us if:

  • Being cyber secure and protecting data is a top priority for your business

  • ​​​You want expert advice about helping your business become cyber secure

  • You want recommendations on what the best technology to utilise security is

  • You want help drawing up an IT security policy for your business

  • You're interested in making your workforce more resistant to social engineering methods used by cyber criminals