Cyber Security

Safeguarding your business in an ever-changing threat landscape

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Cyber Security

Safeguarding your business in an ever-changing threat landscape

Fill out the contact form and discover how you can improve your security posture with Daisy.

Our security portfolio is structured to help you effectively discover, prevent, and respond to security threats and build a layered security strategy that fits your business.

From Advanced Threat Protection to a Zero Trust Approach, our specialists can provide your organisation with the most up-to-date solutions to ensure you can respond to any cyber threat.

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With our expert UK-based 24/7 Security Operations Centre (SOC), we can provide innovative security solutions designed to protect against the complex cyber-attacks that hybrid IT environments now face.

As a distinct centre of excellence, the Daisy security team provides a wealth of industry capability, delivering managed security services and consultancy services including Vulnerability Management, Security Information & Event Management (SIEM), Security Health Assessments, and Virtual Security Managers.

Daisy’s accreditations include Cyber Essentials Plus, ISO 27001 (Information Security Management), ISO 22301 (Business Continuity Management) and ISO 20000 (IT Services Management). Members of our SOC hold accreditations such as Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM).


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We’re able to ensure that our corporate customers have the best levels of defence and mitigation against attacks of all kinds. Delivering our own solutions and working with the industry’s leading security vendors gives you peace of mind that we can support you end to end.

Our wealth of experience in IT service delivery and communications means we understand the variety and complexity of customer environments. That same industry knowledge allows us to rapidly evaluate and remediate security challenges in the modern workplace.

Our Solutions


Security Consultancy

Lay the foundations for a robust cyber security strategy.

  • Security Health Assessment
  • Virtual Security Manager




Network Security

Protect your wide area, wired, and wireless networks from the latest cyber threats.

  • Next-Generation Firewalls
  • DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) Protection
  • Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)
  • Network Access Control




User and Endpoint Security

Protect users and all their endpoint devices in the office, on the move or at home.

  • Microsoft 365 Security
  • Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
  • Email Security and Security Awareness Training




Cloud Security

Protect servers, infrastructure, and data on-premise or in the cloud.

  • Azure Security
  • Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)




Security Monitoring

Identify and proactively manage security vulnerabilities, alerts, and incidents

  • UK-Based 24/7 Security Operations Centre (SOC)
  • Security Information & Event Management (SIEM)
  • Vulnerability Management




Cybersecurity is about protecting your network, your data, your customers and your reputation. The financial and reputational damage caused by data loss and downtime can have a huge, even devastating impact. Our modern business world is dynamic, complex and continually evolving. So are the security threats associated with conducting business and interacting with the world online. It is now a common belief that it’s not “if” but “when” you will face a cyberattack – no organisation is immune. This means that your security strategy needs to be robust, multi-layered and able to evolve to keep you up to date with the risks that you face. Cybersecurity is not just important, it is essential.

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Ironically, the biggest threat comes from your own employees. Many are poorly-trained in security and do not know how to use web and email safely which can result in phishing, ransomware and data privacy issues. WannaCry was a good example of how devastating a ransomware attack can be to organisations both large and small. Phishing is becoming more sophisticated, with many attacks targeted at siphoning funds from business bank accounts. Also, GDPR has become very relevant and we’ve already seen mistakes being made by employees accidently sharing personal information. To mitigate these risks it is important to have quality web and email protection in place, plus educate your users on policies and cyber awareness.
Unfortunately it seems that organisations can never do enough on security. Limited budgets mean resources must be concentrated in the right places. User education can often see the best return on investment, but also focus on getting some of the basics right such as firewall, anti-virus and regular patching.
It’s not too late to become compliant but a “GDPR-beater” product doesn’t exist. A good starting point is an audit of your current status to help identify the areas which should be of focus moving forward. Daisy’s GDPR Check and Protect service starts with an assessment with a sample of your data analysed for free and a report that makes key recommendations.
Patching is commonly overlooked and can have grave consequences if handled incorrectly. A good example is the WannaCry attack; the vulnerability it exploited in Windows had been patched months earlier but hadn’t been applied to a large number of devices. The best solution is to use automation to deliver patching as quickly as possible, plus deploy other layers of defence such as Endpoint Protection and Anti-Malware to ensure you are protected in the window before your patches are applied. If you are struggling to keep on top of patching then partnering with a managed service provider can be beneficial to allow you to concentrate on other strategic tasks.
That’s the hard part – the threat landscape is constantly evolving so there is no way to avoid a future breach. Generally it’s important to operate in a way that enables you to react to cyber events in an agile manner, so planning ahead, working through scenarios and understanding your environment are critical – the “discovery” phase of your security strategy. We don’t know where the next threat may come from, however when it does, the organisations that suffer most are those that take the longest to respond. By being in a position to react quickly, the impact can be minimised.

To maximise your chance of surviving a data breach, understanding, planning and testing are essential. Firstly understand what data you have, how it’s used and where it’s stored. This will allow you to develop both a technical and business response. The technical response covers closing the breach and isolating affected data and systems, stopping further breaches, analysing and understanding what happened and implementing the recovery plans. The business response covers the regulatory, customer, stakeholder and PR responses.In the cybersecurity world, a common belief is that there are two types of organisations: those who have been breached, and those who don’t yet know they’ve been breached. It really is not a matter of “if” but “when”, so to be thinking ahead and planning your response plan to a breach is imperative. It is important that your cyber response plans have board level engagement and you should also be aware of laws governing the organisation’s obligation to disclose a data breach, such as those outlined in the GDPR regulations.