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Computer system threats come in many different forms. Some of the most common threats today are software attacks, theft of intellectual property, identity theft, theft of equipment or information, sabotage, and information extortion. Most people have experienced software attacks of some sort. Viruses, worms, phishing attacks, and trojan horses are a few common examples of software attacks.
Security Assessment
IT Security assessment is designed to help organizations determine their current overall security posture, vulnerabilities and risks based on industry best practices.
Penetration Testing
Assessing security by emulating real attack scenarios... learn more
Architecture & Configuration Review
Know if your network architecture and configuration of its components are compliant with the industry best practices and security recommendations... learn more
Mobile Security
Did you know Smartphones are the most popular new target for threats such as malware and data theft?
Enterprise mobility management (EMM)
End-to-end security and management for apps, docs, and devices. Even on employee owned smartphones and tablets... learn more

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Have you ever thought about
The 3 Biggest
IT Security Threats?
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
All businesses are potentially at risk that stems from mismanagement of the device itself, external manipulation of software vulnerabilities and the deployment of poorly tested, unreliable business applications.
Data Privacy in the Cloud
Not all clouds are built alike; some are more vulnerable than others, vulnerability adverse consequences can be fatal - so to speak. The inadvertent release or exposure of your customers’ Personally Identifiable Information (PII) can have huge negative impacts on your organization’s reputation.
Cyber Crime
Cyber space is an increasingly attractive hunting ground for criminals, activists and terrorists motivated to make money, get noticed, cause disruption or even bring down corporations and governments through online attacks.
Not to forget about
The following areas
Reputational Damage
and Regulation
Internet of Things
Reputational Damage
Attackers have become more organised, attacks have become more sophisticated, and all threats are more dangerous, and pose more risks, to an organisation's reputation.
Privacy and Regulation
Most governments have already created, or are in the process of creating, regulations that impose conditions on the safeguard and use of PII, with penalties for organisations that fail to sufficiently protect it. As a result, organisations need to treat privacy as both a compliance and business risk issue to reduce regulatory sanctions and commercial impacts, such as reputational damage and loss of customers due to privacy breaches.
The Internet of Things (IoT)
Organisations’ dependence on the internet and technology has continued to grow over the years. The rise of objects that connect themselves to the internet is releasing a surge of new opportunities for data gathering, predictive analytics and IT automation.

The security threats of the IoT are broad and potentially devastating, so organisations must ensure that technology for both consumers and companies adheres to high standards of safety and security.
If you are a computer
user and have a mobile phone then
All your work
and Personal data
Is at risk