Risk & Security for Business

Protect your business and your bottom line: stay ahead of risks and security threats with our educational Risk & Security events series and expert insights on Risk & Security for business.

Risks are inevitable, but disasters are not.

Every business faces a range of risks, from natural disasters to data breaches, supply chain disruptions to employee malfeasance. While these risks are inevitable, it’s how businesses prepare and respond to them that separates the survivors from the casualties. We’re here to help you identify potential risks to your business, as well as equip you with practical strategies to mitigate these risks and minimise the impact of any unforeseen disasters. By being proactive and prepared, you can safeguard your business’s reputation, finances, and operations.

We have a series of insights and webinars that cover a range of topics, from developing a comprehensive risk management plan to implementing security measures to protect against cyber attacks. We’ll also provide real-life examples of businesses that have successfully weathered crises and share their lessons learned. We help you prepare for the worst and provide the tools and skills to get your business back on track.

Remember, risks are inevitable, but with the right preparation and strategy, disasters do not have to be.

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Numbers never lie: the cold, hard facts about the state of security


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of businesses don't have a security audit/threat assessment


of data breaches are caused by an employee mistake

What does Risk & Security mean for your business?

Discover the key to thriving with our blog on the critical role risk and security plays in your business. Explore how risk and security management can be your secret weapon for success, safeguarding your business against unforeseen threats and empowering you to seize new opportunities.

Uncover our expert insights and actionable strategies to navigate uncertainty, enhance resilience, and stay ahead of the competition.

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prevention detection and response

Prevention, Detection & Response

In the world of security, prevention, detection, and response are three key pillars that build a fortress of protection around your assets. Imagine prevention as a guard, constantly watching over your systems, identifying weaknesses, and implementing measures to keep intruders at bay. Detection is like a bloodhound, sniffing out potential threats and sounding the alarm before they can cause harm. And response is a first responder, swooping in to contain and mitigate any incidents that do occur, limiting damage and restoring order. By harnessing the power of these three forces, you can create a security strategy that is tough as nails and ready for anything.

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Watch our latest webinar on Prevention, Detection & Response

In this webinar, we explored how utilising an M365 license can enhance your organisation’s security by providing comprehensive measures for preventing, detecting, and responding to potential threats.

You can watch the video in the link below.

Prevention, Detection & Response: From security threats to resilience

Not sure what the difference is between cloud and on-premise security?

If you're struggling to identify the difference between cloud and on-premise security, our blog can help you understand more

A Comprehensive Review of Cloud Security VS On-Premise Security 

Educate your employees with cyber security awareness training

Your employees are like guards who accept and deny people into your castle - make sure they know how to spot potential threats with our latest blog on the topic

Shield your data with cyber security awareness training 
compliance and certifications

Compliance & Certifications

Compliance and certifications are two vital components of any successful security program. Compliance serves as a compass, guiding organisations towards a set of standards and best practices to ensure they are following regulations and laws. Certifications are like badges of honor, demonstrating to customers and stakeholders that your organisation has achieved a certain level of excellence in security. Together, these two work hand in hand to build a culture of trust and accountability, ensuring that your organisation is not only meeting the minimum requirements but going above and beyond to achieve the highest level of security possible.

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Download our latest cyber security report

Our latest cyber security report dives deep into this question, looking at what the stats say and the future of IT security.

You can download the report below.

Read TSG's Cyber Security report
business continuity

Business Continuity

Business continuity planning is a crucial component of any organisation’s strategy. It’s like having a backup generator that kicks in when the power goes out, ensuring that your business stays up and running even in the face of unexpected disruptions. By preparing for the worst-case scenario, organisations can reduce downtime, minimize revenue losses, and maintain their reputation with customers and stakeholders. Business continuity planning involves identifying potential threats, assessing risks, and developing a plan that outlines how to keep critical operations running in the event of a disruption. It’s like having a lifeline that keeps you afloat during a storm. By prioritising business continuity planning, you can build a culture of resilience that will help you weather any storm and emerge stronger than ever before.

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Book your free 30-minute cyber security consultation  

Finding the right managed services provider can go a long way in helping to secure your organisation. At TSG, we offer a free 30-minute cyber security consultation to understand what your organisation’s current cyber security landscape looks like and provide some initial recommendations.

Free 30 minute risk & security consultation