Websites are important for all businesses, but for the leisure and tourism sector being able to show photos of far-off places and boutique hotels is essential.
A successful cyber attack is the last thing that you need, with the cost in time, money, and reputation. Imagine if you couldn’t email your clients about the last-minute deals or forward them their travel plans because your network was encrypted by malware?
What is an FSWA and how can it help my business?
The First Step Web Assessment (FSWA) is a service that conducts a light touch assessment of your website’s security setup.
The set £250.00 fee is set to reflect that, with a £50.00 discount for charities and microbusinesses.
We will usually look to turn this service round in a few weeks and all we need is your website address (URL) to get going.
Our team use both passive and active reconnaissance techniques to assess your website, looking at how a cybercriminal would identify a vulnerable site. Passive reconnaissance seeks to gain information about your site without actively engaging with it, identifying outdated components and software that has been used to build it. The service then undertakes active reconnaissance through the use of automated scans to identify vulnerabilities not found through the initial tests.
You will then receive a short non-technical report (2-3 pages) to show any risks found on the site. The report will allow you to consider the risk and encourage further discussion with the site's developer/IT/host provider to help bolster your security further.
If you would like to know more, why not book a chat with us today?
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Take a look at the First Step Web Assessment service and find out what you need to do next to make your business a no-go zone for cyber criminals.
Reporting a live cyber-attack 24/7 If you are a business, charity or other organisation which is currently suffering a live cyber-attack (in progress), please call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 immediately. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Reporting a cyber-attack which isn't ongoing Please report online to Action Fraud, the UK's national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime. You can report cybercrime online at any time using the online reporting tool, which will guide you through simple questions to identify what has happened. Action Fraud advisors can also provide the help, support, and advice you need. Alternatively, you can call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 (textphone 0300 123 2050).