Disaster Review

Security Review

Every day 560,000 new pieces of malware are detected. Is your business safe?


The short answer is “no”.

In reality, you can never be 100% protected from malware.

Cyber criminals are smart, and they’re forever creating new and more creative ways to fool us into doing what they want us to do.

Events like the pandemic have given these criminals the upper hand, because they’ve been able to take advantage of unexpected change and uncertainty.

But there’s a lot you can do to avoid malware attacks and soften the blow if your business does become a victim.

Cyber-crime has grown over the past year in such a way that there are now more than one billion pieces of malware out there just waiting to strike.

One billion.

And businesses like yours are prime targets.


Because cybercriminals know that small and medium-sized businesses don’t always prioritize their cyber-security.

Many business owners think they won’t be on anyone’s radar. Or their budget can’t stretch to bespoke security. Or they underestimate exactly how devastating a malware attack can really be.

The truth is, malware is targeting all businesses, all the time. If you don’t make your security a priority, you might not have a business to protect. And it can happen in the blink of an eye.

4 businesses fall victim to malware… every minute

My name is Troy McLennan and I own and run a local IT support and data security company.

Sadly, I’ve seen first-hand the impact that a malware attack can have on a business. Believe me when I say that it is worth you spending some time on implementing the correct security measures now, rather than having to clear up after an attack.

Some malware attacks are so impactful they will leave your business in pieces…

What’s devastating is that much of the loss could have been prevented with appropriate security measures in place.

Do you know if you have those correct measures in place already? Or are you relying on a “one size fits all” approach to protect your business’s most valuable asset (your data)?

For a short time, I’m offering local businesses a data security review. My team of experts will check what cyber-security measures you already have in place, and create a plan for you to implement, to keep you safe and secure from attack.

They’ll discuss your business, what you do and the data you hold, as well as any security you currently have in place. Then they’ll make a series of bespoke recommendations to give you greater protection.

And they’ll do all of this with no charge to you.

Before we go ahead, we’ll need to have a quick video call (no more than 15 minutes) to discuss your business and answer your questions.

It’s really easy to arrange this. My live calendar is below. Take a look and select the appointment date and time that suits you best.

There’s no obligation to go ahead with the check after we talk. And no obligation to buy anything, ever.



Book your 15-minute video call now:



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