Are you 100% certain you’re secure?

IT is complex enough. And now phishing, malware and ransomware have taken it to a whole new level. The last thing you need is that nagging doubt about your IT’s security.

How are you supposed to stay up to date on all the latest cyber threats?

We can help you cut through the techno-jargon so you can get a clear understanding of the real risks to you and your business and how you can protect against them.


Phishing uses links in emails and websites to trick users into thinking that a website is genuine to gain personal and financial details.

Spear Phishing

Spear phishing uses social engineering to send more sophisticated messages which contain information directly related to the victim.

Malware Attack

Viruses, worms, trojan horses and spyware are all forms of malware which infect computers in order to delete or obtain protected data.

Your Clients

Law firms are targeted every day by cyber criminals. Not only can we protect you, but we can also protect your clients.

Don’t overcomplicate your security.

The vast majority of cyber attacks are very basic in nature, carried out by relatively unskilled individuals. They’re the digital equivalent of a burglar trying your front door to see if it’s unlocked. That’s why you can’t beat common sense to protect against them.

Links and Attachments

When you’re busy, you’re at your most fallible – don’t click on links or open attachments from anyone you don’t know. No matter how rushed you are, think before you click and check the senders email address. Even the most legitimate looking emails have tells.

Two Factor Authentication

Truth is, if you use online banking you’re already using it. When you’re asked for your password and then also have to type in characters from a memorable word, or use a passcode from a text message, that’s TFA (Otherwise known as Multi Factor Authentication or MFA). Best advice is to use TFA/MFA wherever it’s available for that extra layer of security.


The most common passwords globally are 123456 and password. Secure passwords can be hard to remember, but you’re asking for trouble if you don’t at least make an effort. Use a secure password manager and use different passwords for the different sites and services you use.


Updates can be a pain, especially when your machine decides to run them when you’re at your busiest! But, whether it’s an update for your operating system, an application you use or your antivirus, always make sure you’re on the latest versions for maximum protection.

Peace of mind is a wonderful thing.

Peace of mind is a wonderful thing. But it only comes through certainty. We offer a range of services that will help you rest easy in the knowledge that you’re doing everything you should to protect your company and your customer data.

Cyber Strength Test

We’ll review your business’s security and provide you with a report that explains your potential exposure to cyber threats in plain English. What’s more, we’ll show you how to fix any issues and talk you through why they need fixing.

Cyber Awareness Training

Cyber threats are constantly evolving, so our online training modules, simulated phishing attacks, videos, quizzes and other resources ensure you and your team are always one step ahead.

Cyber Essentials

Cyber Essentials tells your customers that you’re serious about securing their data. We help law firms achieve the Cyber Essentials Certification.

Sound good to you? Let’s talk…

We understand your problems and feel your pain.
So whether you need IT support, IT security or IT supply…we’ve got you covered.