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How effective is your email security?

Strengthen your cyber resilience with NG-IT

This could have been a phishing email.

How certain were you that the link you just clicked, the one that brought you to this page, was safe? You clearly put a lot of trust in your security solution – but is it as effective as it could be?

Cyberattacks are more prevalent than ever before, rising over 40% in the first half of 2022 compared to 2021. As more and more organisations transition to a cloud-based infrastructure, the attack surface is widening and cybercriminals are taking advantage of an increased number of critical failure points. It’s of paramount importance that businesses adopt a robust approach to preventing these attacks and stopping cybercriminals in their tracks.

Is it really worth it?

Gartner, Inc. predicts that by 2025 more than 95% of workloads will be deployed to the cloud which means cyberattacks on cloud services, infrastructure and applications are on the rise – the risks of which are becoming increasingly more severe. Cyberattacks can cause huge financial losses, impact a business’ reputation, and have significant legal implications, is it really a risk worth taking? Are you confident your business has done everything it can to protect itself against an attack of this nature?


rise in phishing attacks in 2022 compared to 2021


phishing attacks carried out globally in 2022


of security breaches are a result of phishing attacks

Prevention First – Security Awareness is key

The methods and complexities of phishing have changed over time and are advancing with the use of ever more sophisticated techniques. Attackers often use employee impersonation, meaning that senior staff or executives, whose responsibilities involve significant financial transactions, are at a higher risk of being targeted and are therefore a priority for detection and prevention.

More advanced anti-phishing solutions use a combination of techniques to detect and prevent phishing attacks, many are now making use of artificial intelligence (AI) to identify malicious emails that traditional gateway-type solutions frequently miss, making it possible to stop advanced phishing attacks that would normally evade other email security systems.

Whilst cyberattacks are rarely the result of a single point of failure, it’s wise to ensure every person in your organisation is up to speed on the dangers of phishing attacks and how to prevent them. Having a simple yet robust first-line defence in place is one of the most effective ways to protect your business.

The Solution

At NG-IT, we help your business implement solutions that can detect various types of threats and provide an effective first-line defence by way of continuous security awareness training for all staff.

Managed Security Awareness equips your employees with the knowledge and skills to effectively combat cyber risks within your organisation, helping to mitigate vulnerabilities, safeguard your business, and strengthen your security posture.

It’s a relatively simple deployment, often carried out and completed in a couple of days.

Expert Training

Out-of-the-box or completely customisable training programs, expertly designed to meet compliance requirements and help your business improve security and reduce risk.

In-depth Analysis

A deeper understanding of risks within your business enables you to target and tailor your security awareness training and determine which threat topics require reinforcement.

Security Awareness

Real-world simulations teach staff how to identify email threats and impersonation attacks. Reduce the risk of social engineering attacks with prepared and alert employees.

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