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One of the big themes that will dominate the digital world in 2018 will be the need to improve security against cyber attacks, according to North East specialists Bowe Digital.


If the recent global ransomware attack taught us anything, it is that everyone needs to be vigilant when it comes to cyber-security.

Among those issuing warnings was the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) who urged business people not to make the mistake of assuming only big business is at risk.

The federation is warning small businesses in the UK to take urgent steps to protect themselves.

Dave Stallon, commercial director at FSB, said: “We are raising the alarm with the UK’s 5.5 million-strong small business community. It is vital that small businesses and the self-employed prioritise this and that they do it today.”

We agree. In addition to offering a range of IT solutions that can help businesses take advantage of the digital revolution, Bowe Digital can also advise on your cyber security.

Call us on 0191 214 1750 or email to find out how.

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The UK Government has launched a new Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CISP), which aims to protect the nation from cyber attacks.

The partnership will bring together government experts, cyber-crime specialist and industry to share intelligence on the latest cyber security threats.

Francis Maude, the Cabinet Office Minister responsible for the Cyber Security Strategy, said when launching CISP: “We know that cyber attacks are happening on an industrial scale and businesses are by far the biggest victims of cyber crime in terms of industrial espionage and intellectual property theft with losses to the UK economy running into the billions of pounds annually.”

Bowe Digital can help protect your IT system against the latest cyber threats now.

Call us on 0191 214 1750 or email to find out how.  Can you afford not to?

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