Cyber Security Solutions

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Cyber security solutions and services, for total peace of mind


Protecting the integrity, confidentiality and availability of your business data and system networks has never been so important. Cybercrime is growing significantly, with new threats arising on a daily basis.


Cyber security solutions really do need to rank as a priority for every business, no matter its size or operation. Protecting against internal and external threats from criminal sources, as well as disruptive natural disasters, is crucial.


At PC Docs, we offer a range of solutions for cyber security, all of which can be tailored to your specific business requirements, and individual cyber risk assessment.

What are the types of cyber security solutions?


As highly experienced cyber security solution providers, we specialise in providing businesses with bespoke safeguarding and monitoring systems, including anti-malware and adware protection; firewall and antivirus setup and management; internet and spam filters; password management and multi-factor authentication setup, and email scanning software.


As well as creating your very own cyber security solution, we’ll also provide advice on general cyber security awareness and best practice, so that you can share the knowledge with your entire workforce. This is particularly useful, bearing in mind human error is one of the most common weaknesses played upon by cybercriminals.

Disaster recovery solutions


To make sure your data stays safe and you can access it come what may, preparing for the worst case scenario is essential. In the case of a major incident that prevents you accessing your premises, a disaster recovery strategy will help you stay on track, preserve your business reputation, and prevent further loss.


Disaster recovery strategies work hand in hand with cyber security solutions, as both have the goal of protecting your assets and data. At PC Docs, our expert disaster recovery specialists are on hand to provide tailored advice, and to compile a bespoke disaster recovery plan designed to keep your business operating at full capacity should disaster strike.


From ensuring you’re set up to work remotely in the case of being unable to access your premises, to setting up robust backup systems and data loss and recovery systems, we’ve got everything covered, for your ultimate peace of mind.

Looking for tailor-made cyber security solutions?

At PC Docs, our cyber security solutions experts are ready to tailor a strategy just for you. Talk to us today to find out how we can keep your company safe from cyber threats and other disasters.

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Specialist Solutions

Fully managed cyber security solutions and disaster recovery strategies tailor-made to keep your business safe from all the latest threats.

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Everything Covered

From anti-malware/adware systems, to firewall and antivirus setup and management, internet and spam filters and email scanning software, we cover every base.

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Staying on top of all the latest cyber threats so that you’re always protected, no matter what’s emerging in the ever-changing world of cybercrime.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Cyber criminals are increasingly finding ways to make money out of innocent victims, and to bring businesses and public organisations to their knees. Cyberattacks have the potential to bring operations to a standstill, ruining reputations and causing customers to lose faith. What’s more, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has the power to impose a civil monetary penalty on a data controller of up to £17 million or 4% of global turnover should a preventable data breach occur.

It is therefore vital that your organisation takes steps to ensure your sensitive data and your business critical systems are safeguarded.

Denial of Service (DoS) attacks are deliberate attempts to disrupt access to computer networks, and prevent users from accessing information. Cyber criminals may target email accounts, websites, online banking systems and sometimes military intelligence networks in this way.

A DoS attack will involve a network being flooded with information so that the server capacity becomes overloaded, slowing down systems or preventing users from accessing their systems altogether.


If a network becomes slow all of a sudden, or goes down altogether, this could be a DoS attack. Files and websites may take longer to open, or could be totally inaccessible. There could be an increase in spam emails in an attempt to overwhelm an account and block receipt of legitimate messages.


The best way to detect a DoS attack is through network traffic monitoring and analysis via a firewall. It is good practice, and a common cyber security solution, to set up rules that alert network managers when an unusual level of traffic is detected, so they can check for an attack.

Antivirus software is one of the most important cyber security solutions. It works by identifying and eliminating malware, as well as preventing it entering the system in the first place.


Malware is any type of harmful software. Examples include Trojan horses, spyware, ransomware and, viruses.


Antivirus software works by scanning devices and removing any malware that’s been installed. It also seeks out potentially harmful files attached to emails or direct messages, and notifies the recipients or removes the files before they can cause major issues. Due to ongoing developments in malware, it is vital to update antivirus software on a regular basis to stay protected.

A firewall is a vital cyber security solution, acting as a first line of defence, blocking some types of network traffic, and providing protection against untrusted networks.


Firewalls work by monitoring a device’s network traffic in real time, denying connection requests from any source it considers malicious. A firewall acts as a filter for a network and provides an additional layer of security alongside antivirus software.


As with antivirus software, firewalls also require regular updates. It is essential to never ignore security updates for this reason.

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