October is European Cybersecurity Month – an initiative launched in all Member States to increase awareness of Cybersecurity threats for businesses and citizens.
A key aim is to develop cybersecurity skills, implement comprehensive preventative measures and to create a truly secure Digital Single Market.
Fraud and cybercrime are costing Irish businesses ain the region of €9.6 bn a year. In Ireland, one in three small to medium businesses in Ireland have fallen victim to cybercrime. More and more businesses are under threat of being compromised through the increasing occurrence of hacking, phishing, ransomware and malware. Companies of all sizes are recognising the importance of investing in more sophisticated IT Security and Risk Management Solutions to protect their business from Cybercrime.
INET is working work closely with clients across a range of sectors to assess risks and implement strategies and systems to close immediate IT Security gaps and help clients achieve their IT Security goals.
Our range of solutions include: Firewalls, Antivirus, Disaster Recovery Onsite and Offsite Back Up Solutions.