Cyber Security You Can Manage

Protect Your Small Business from Cyber Risks


It used to be you could install antivirus on your machines and feel pretty comfortable that your business was protected. Sadly this is no longer the case. With small business rapidly become the target of choice for cyber criminals, having the right cyber security protection is now a must have for any modern business.

Our Cyber Security Pathways are designed to help small business owners understand what their business needs and get access to the tools and resources necessary to put the right protection in place.


Review the Basics

We start with a review of the basics to help you understand the threats and decide if something needs to be done to help protect your business.

Cyber Security is our business, not yours, so we work hard to keep things simple and relevant so you can make informed decisions, quickly.


Affordable Solutions

We understand small business and the constraints you operate within. We work hard to find solutions that fit your problems and budget.

As you progress through a pathway we'll provide you with solutions that are fit for purpose as well as exclusive tools and discounts.


Ongoing Support

Cyber Security is one of the fastest changing spaces there is. We stay on top of things and keep you informed about the things that matter to your small business.

If our pathways don't meet your needs, you can always reach out to our team to get your questions answered.

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Password Management

Security Pathway

Passwords are Hard

On a Sunday night in June 2016, Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter and Pinterest accounts were taken over by a hacking group called the OurMine Team. While the damage was largely limited to embarrassment, the cause was surprisingly simple; the CEO of one of the largest technology companies in the world had used the same insecure password ‘dadada’ for his LinkedIn account.

 Mark Zuckerberg's Pinterest account was hacked because he used the password ' dadada '

Mark Zuckerberg's Pinterest account was hacked because he used the password 'dadada'

So why do We use them?

The moment we add security to our data, we need a way of making sure only the people we want to have access can get in. We can use three things to confirm you are who you say you are:

  • Something you know, for example your bank PIN; or
  • Something you have, for example the key to your house; or
  • Something you are, for example your fingerprint.

While a physical key is an easy way to secure the front door to your house, accessing something you physically have digitally is tough, often requiring the use of special equipment and encryption. Fingerprints have been used to identify people by police for years, sadly the technology necessary to do the same via a computer still isn’t available to most of us. This leaves us largely relying on something you know to verify who is accessing our systems. Unfortunately while it’s easy enough to type a password into a form, it can be hard to come up with one that can be remembered but isn’t known or guessable by someone else.

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Find out what makes a strong password and get help managing them across your small business.