The security of your network, your computers and your applications is of growing concern, with news of cyber-security incidents being International news on a near daily basis.
With the coming changes to the GDPR in May 2018, you will now be responsible for any data breaches that occur as part of your network or application being hacked, this can result in fines of 4% of your global annual turnover, or €20M, whichever is higher. As you can appreciate, this could now be a company-ending event, even for a multi-national organisation – We can also assist with your data compliance, even as far acting as your data protection officer if your organisation requires this.
We can develop information security policies that are fitted to your business, as well as helping you to enforce them and evolve these policies and processes as the regulatory and legislative environments change.
Secure your systems before disaster strikes, but if the worst happens we can help you clear up the mess.
With over a decade of experience working with some of the world’s largest organisations, MCL Services is perfectly positioned to help you ensure that your infrastructure and applications are secured to the highest standard.
We are deeply involved in the Northern Ireland Cyber-Security community and by working closely with industry leaders in cyber-security, including cutting-edge researchers, we help guide the direction that cyber-security is taking in Northern Ireland.
By using well-established methodologies and up-to-date testing techniques, you can be sure that your application is tested in it’s entirety and that the testing is carried out to the highest standard.
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Cyber Security Incident Response
If the worst does happen, and you find that your organisation is affected by a cyber-security incident, either directly, or as a user of an affected service, we can help you recover from this. We can put a Cyber Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) in place in very little time.
Our incident response team is made up of individuals with a broad range of skills, both technical and business-focused, and by drawing from our trusted network, we can bring to bear resources including a public relations team specialising in crisis-management to handle media response
The most vulnerable part of your organisation is usually the people, from the CEO right to the student on work experience. Working with you and your business, we develop training programs to prepare your staff for the threats that they will face, and then carry out regular testing to ensure that what they have learned is put into practice.
We can carry out the training at your offices, or at one of our training suites in Derry or Belfast.