Are you unwittingly breaching data privacy or ripe for being hacked? Find out now for free
As part of our professional service, Moore Kingston Smith wants to help our clients mitigate the risk of being hacked or experiencing a breach.
We are offering you, as our client, a free data privacy and cyber security assessment. This assessment will give you an overview of your organisation’s potential exposure and benchmark it against the UK GDPR and cyber security standards.
Research shows that many firms in the UK are non-compliant against UK GDPR and cyber security benchmarking.
More than 80% of UK organisations experienced a successful attack in 2021/2022, and over these 12 months, ransomware attacks affected 73% of UK organisations. During 2021-2022, losses to fraud and cyber crime in the UK totalled over £3 billion.*
What is included in your FREE assessment:
|DATA PRIVACY ASSESSMENT|
We will review your Data Privacy framework to ensure your organisation complies with the UK GDPR
We will benchmark your organisation’s current practices against the UK GDPR.
A bespoke interpretation of the principles of data protection in the GDPR relating specifically to your organisation will be established and documented as part of this service.
We will review your core policies and procedures, including privacy notices and cookie policies.
|CYBER SECURITY ASSESSMENT |
Using the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) gap analysis as a benchmark, we will carry out a cyber security assessment to help identify and manage cyber risk to your organisation. This assessment is a crucial part of any business’s cyber security strategy. The assessment seeks to identify any weaknesses in your devices, systems and networks, or any data vulnerability that could pose a risk to your business operations, affecting your customers, finances and reputation.
|DIGITAL CYBER ASSESSMENT|
Using real-time investigative software, which crawls both the dark and surface web, our assessment will explain your digital cyber risk. It will highlight the areas where you should take mitigating action, helping your organisation to reduce its exposure and risk.
The digital cyber risk assessment gives a hacker’s eye view of your organization. It can identify the vulnerabilities that attackers could exploit and will uncover data breaches, stolen credentials, shared servers, missing security certificates and more.