Who We Are
We are the specialist cyber security division for the Koios Group. Our team will provide a range of products and services that are designed to improve your businesses cyber resilience.Improving your online security, and ensure you are better prepared to prevent and deal with any possible cyber-attacks.
Many businesses now require their partners to be Cyber Essentials certified. This is just one of the many areas we can support your business with.
One small business in the UK is successfully hacked every 19 seconds, and 30% of businesses who had a data breach state they also lost customers.
Don’t risk a devastating attack on your business, book a consultation with one of our cyber team today.
UNDERSTAND YOUR BASELINE SECURITY
DETECT THREATS BEFORE DAMAGE IS DONE
TIGERSCHEME CERTIFIED TESTERS
SECURE YOUR REPUTATION AND DATA
Our Penetration Tests help IT managers and Information Security officers in your business who want to gain an objective and detailed insight into their organisation’s vulnerabilities.
Our Vulnerability Assessments help Network and Security Managers who want to identify vulnerabilities in their systems and/or applications by scanning their infrastructure or application security.
Our Compliance and Consultancy support services help business owners, management team members and quality assurance team members achieve applicable certifications for their business.
Cyber Awareness Training
Our CPD certified security awareness training course, an interactive Webinar, is designed to help you take the essential steps in protecting your business.
Our Phishing Campaigns help Network Managers and Chief Information Security officers who want to identify weaknesses in IT security and staff awareness. The Cybx team do this by simulating generic to sophisticated phishing campaign to deceive employees.
Secure Network Design
Our Network design and review service helps CTO’s who want to create customised networking infrastructure. The Cybx team do this by implementing appropriate designs and technologies and improving current performance.
Our Code Review service helps software engineers and project managers in your business who want to ensure security of their application from the beginning along with efficient best coding practices. The Cybx team do this by reviewing your source code for bad practices, vulnerabilities and inefficiencies, we then provide a report with detailed recommendations.
Our expert consultants have helped a range of businesses achieve this certification. We will guide you through the whole process to make achieving this certification as easy as possible. Gaining Cyber Essentials certification enables organisations to showcase their credentials as trustworthy and secure when it comes to cyber security.
We are excited to announce that we’ve partnered with ACP to deliver you the Enterprise Cyber Security Management® (ECSM) platform. With the demand for managed vulnerability scanning on the rise, we’re pleased to bring this offering to our new and existing clients.
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The latest cyber resilience related blogs by the CYBX team
The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) is being switched off in 2025. What does this IP switchover mean for you? At the end of 2025 the traditional telephone network, which includes fixed lines and services in the Public Switch Telephone Network (PSTN) will be switched off. This is because Openreach is looking to move to[…]
The hacking group REvil behind the “colossal” ransomware attack have now demanded over £50m to be paid in Bitcoin in return for their systems to be unlocked for all victims affected. Although unverified, the group claims that after targeting the US IT firm Kaseya a few days ago, they have also attacked one million other systems as[…]
As gaming becomes an increasingly popular entertainment medium that influences many people and popular culture it is no surprise that hackers are finding ways to profit from this. Cyber criminals have said to have profited around £1.4m so far from Crackonosh Hackers are now able to insert code into existing games that they advertise to[…]
PDF’s are used daily by most businesses for multiple reasons. Throughout the pandemic however they have become increasingly popular to send and sign agreements digitally. A new report however has found a security vulnerability in most certified PDF application that can leave businesses exposed to attack. Researchers explained certified PDFs use two specific signatures to[…]
Electronic Arts (EA) have fallen victim to a cyber attack where they have had valuable information stolen. The large games publisher are one of the biggest in the industry creating some of the largest games franchises such as The Sims, Titanfall, Star Wars Battlefield and FIFA which are respectively played y million around the world.[…]
A large scale phishing attack campaign has been utilising a fake Google reCAPTCHA system to attempt to steal Microsoft 365 credentials. Google reCAPTCHA is one of their services designed to help protect websites from bots that spam and try to gain information. The system uses a Turing test to tell if the person is human[…]
French cybersecurity agency ANSSI have recently found links to a Russian hacking group called Sandworm that has breached several French entities including a software firm whose clients include the French Ministry of Justice, and Airbus. The French company Centreon has been attacked by hackers who are linked to the Russian military intelligence agency GRU. Like[…]
Popular video game developer company CD Projekt Red has announced that they have fallen victim to a very serious ransomware attack. CD Projekt Red are a very well respected Polish game development company who have recently released one of the most anticipated games of the last decade; Cyberpunk 2077. The company have also developed the[…]
Police forces from UK, USA, EU, and Canada have worked together to finally take down one of the most dangerous hacking networks known as Emotet. Emotet obtain access illegally to victim’s devices via malicious email attachments and then sell to criminal organisations who then install further, more dangerous malware. Europol have commented saying that it[…]
Last week a now patched security bug was found in the popular social media platform Tik Tok. This bug could have enabled hackers to build a database of users and their associated phone numbers. This flaw only affected users who linked their mobile phone number with their Tik Tok account or if they logged in[…]