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Security Resources

Five Significant Savings with Synchronised Security

Five Significant Savings with Synchronised Security

With Sophos' decision to retire on-premise legacy security platforms and focus on next-generation products, I thought today we would have a quick look at the key advantages of synchronised security and how it can save you money.

Managed Security Services: What you need to know

Managed Security Services: What you need to know

The rise of remote working makes protecting endpoints more difficult. Many companies have created vulnerabilities in their networks. Often infections can go undetected for days and weeks, costing you thousands not only in lost revenue and customers but also in reputational damages.

Business Tips: #2 Your Cybersecurity

Business Tips: #2 Your Cybersecurity

If you are allowing devices to connect from people’s houses – it's possible that these networks have already been compromised by hackers or will be in the future. Implementing two-factor authentication, where another device like a mobile phone is used for extra security is the most important security measure that can be applied to systems.