A cyber breach will cost an SME business between £75,000 and £311,000 as well as their reputation

From 24th May 2018, a breach could cost you as much as €20 million – ready for the GDPR equivalent?

A cyber breach will cost a large business between £1.4 and £3.14 million along with its business reputation

From 24th May 2018, a breach could cost as much as €20 million – ready for the GDPR equivalent?

Everyone within a business is responsible for cyber security, no exception


Transform your business culture so that cyber security is viewed as a enterprise wide risk

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Think about it – you’ve nothing to lose. Or have you?

What is Cyber Security?

Cyber security is the protection of information computer systems, networks and data in the e-commerce business world and is a critical issue for all businesses

Who is responsible?

Cyber security should be viewed in the context of an enterprise-wide risk; it should be managed on an ongoing basis and given full support by the entire board.

Why is it important?

Businesses that recognise the strategic value of the information they hold are more likely to improve their ‘value for money’ with increased innovation and financial revenue

What must you do?

Identifying what could compromise your assets can range from human error to environmental factors – and through to serious organised crime and targeted Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) campaigns

What if you ignore it?

The average breach costs between £75,000 and £311,000 (SME) or £1.45 – £3.14 million for large organisations, not withstanding the loss of your business reputation

Financial penalties?

In May 2018 the maximum fine will increase to €20 million or 4% of annual revenue (under the EU GDPR legislation) – Brexit or not, current thoughts are that the UK will align with the directive




David Higgins, CISSP & CEH, has worked for several UK Government departments and agencies world-wide for almost twelve years always in “secured working environments”.

He’s now offering his wealth of practical experience and knowledge to businesses in East Anglia

The “James Bonds” of the world do exist, and what you see in the movies is almost true


  • Cyber Health Checks
  • Cyber Essentials accreditation
  • Education & Training
  • ISO 27001:2013 compliance
  • On-site presentations
  • PCI / DSS compliance
  • Penetration Testing
  • Regulatory Compliance Audits
  • Vulnerability Scanning
  • Web Application Testing



 – it’s not if, but when –
– prepare for it –
– you will be hacked –
– get it tested –
– protect your business assets –
01603 673787


  • We offer FREE initial visits,discussions or presentations
  • Cyber Security must be approached as an “enterprise wide” issue, not just one for “IT”
  • If you’re not 100% sure how secure your systems are, we will test them for you
  • Ensure your “business critical data systems” are protected



Urgent Notice

On May 24th 2018 the current UK Data Protection requirements will change with the adoption of the General Data Protection Regulations – “brexit” or not, the UK will have to adopt it or something VERY similar

Fines of up to €20 million or 4% of revenue in less than two years time

Start planning now before it’s too late