Another day… Another Cyber Crime…

21 Feb 2018

Last week it was the Winter Olympics that took the hit. The website was taken down just before the opening ceremony in Pyeongchang, South Korea -

Cyber crime isn’t just a technology issue anymore. Recently, we have seen cyber crime impact organisations as never before, and the threat of cyber crime is just as real for small businesses as it is for the big players, especially where online security tends to be weaker.

At DMH Stallard, we have a team of technology law experts who can advise and assist clients in developing commercial strategies and security policies to protect their businesses from cyber crime. Prevention is always the best line of defence against cyber criminals. Our lawyers also have significant experience in taking swift and discreet action, including securing compensation where applicable,  for businesses which have fallen victim to such attacks.

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Make sure you are cyber secure and cyber aware now. Take a look at our SME Cyber Alliance which has been set up to support SMEs with the very real threat of cyber crime

If you have any concerns about ensuring your business is well protected, please contact one of the team.

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