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Why You Need A Cyber Security Audit

60% of all small businesses that get hacked go out of business. Why? Because:

  1. They have to potentially pay large fines if they do not report the breach to their clients properly
  2. Their customers lose trust in them when they find out their personal data is exposed to the internet
  3. They potentially lose all their business data and cannot keep running the business without it

Cyber Security Audit

What Is A Cyber Security Audit?

A cyber security audit is a check we complete across your IT systems regularly to ensure any holes that allow unauthorised access into your systems are closed.

Hackers are finding new ways of access business data through holes in server software, Microsoft Windows and apps that businesses use everyday. The threats are continuously changing as hackers are finding new ways of accessing business systems, so we recommend the audit needs to be completed every 3 months at minimum, monthly is better..

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    Does A Cyber Security Audit 
    Guarantee I Won’t Get 

    There are no guarantees that you won’t get hacked if you regularly audit your It infrastructure. What the audit will do it drastically reduce the risk of your business being targeted. This at times is all that is required because the hackers are always looking for easy targets.


    There are no guarantees that you won’t get hacked if you regularly audit your It infrastructure. What the audit will do it drastically reduce the risk of your business being targeted. This at times is all that is required because the hackers are always looking for easy targets.


    Phishing is a type of hacking that deceives users into downloading malicious messages. This scam is disguised as a legitimate email, complete with legitimate-looking links, attachments, business names, and logos. The email convinces recipients to act, such as clicking on a link or downloading an attachment.

    Additionally, a phishing email may use a clickbait subject line to catch your attention. Whale phishing is another type of email phishing attack that targets business executives. Alternatively, spear-phishing targets specific business members with emails to steal information.



    While email phishing is the most frequently mentioned type, phishing can take on additional forms. Smishing, for example, sends SMS messages designed to entice users to click on dangerous links. On the other hand, vishing sends fraudulent phone calls and voice messages posing as legitimate businesses. Search engine phishing is a more recent type of phishing in which hackers create bogus online websites and manipulate search engine rankings to steal customers’ information. According to a recent Cisco study, —2021 cyber security Gold Coast threat trends: phishing and cryptocurrency are on the rise—86 percent of organizations reported having at least one user connect to a phishing site. As a result, a single incorrect click by an employee can expose a business to significant risk.



    Malware, also known as malicious software, compromises devices by significantly slowing them down or shutting them down. It infects computers with Trojan malware, spyware, ransomware, adware, and worms. Malware can be installed on a computer by clicking on an infected link, downloading a file or piece of content from an unknown source, clicking on a pop-up advertisement, or downloading an email attachment from an unknown sender. Once malware is installed on a computer system, hackers can access passwords, credit card numbers, banking data and personnel files, among other things. Over the last year, businesses reported that 35% of malware attacks they encountered used previously unknown malware or methods. Unfortunately, as more employees work remotely, this threat to cyber security on the Gold Coast will continue to grow.



    Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts a user’s computer data. Once a ransomware attack is launched, users lose access to their systems and files. Users must pay a ransom fee to cybercriminals to regain access to their systems. Bitcoin is frequently used in ransom transactions. Cybercriminals may request alternative forms of payment, such as Amazon gift cards. The ransom price can vary significantly, ranging from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars or more. Nevertheless, many organizations that pay the ransom do not regain access to their systems. Ransomware is frequently spread via a malicious download attached to a phishing email. Individual employees or entire organizations can be the target of an attack. Throughout the pandemic, a significant 58 percent of businesses around a world reported revenue loss directly due to a ransomware attack.

    A cyber security audit by Netlogyx involves checking your IT systems regularly to ensure no holes in your systems that could allow unauthorized access. Businesses are increasingly vulnerable to hackers’ exploiting holes in their server software, Microsoft Windows, and apps used every day. We recommend that an audit on your cyber security on the Gold Coast be performed regularly, at least monthly, since hackers are constantly finding new ways to gain access to business systems.



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    Why Can’t I host my email on my servers?

    If you are hosting your emails on a shared server it is probably on a server with other websites, then you are at risk of:

    1. getting your emails sent to your clients junk email folder
    2. Have your emails bounce back
    3. Getting your email domain marked as a spam account

    Email is the #1 way businesses communicate and if any of these things happen to you it is bad for business.

    The problem with small servers or shared mail servers.

    Many new clients complain that their email is going to junk mail instead of the inbox. The reason for this is the way many servers are structured on shared servers. The is one shared IP address for everyone on the server and if somebody gets infected and starts spamming the IP address gets blocked and everyone’s emails on the server gets sent to junk mail.

    If your emails are going to junk mail, then your business will grind to a halt and you will miss many opportunities to win new clients are support your existing clients.

    Using Office 365 gets around this issue. The servers are secured by Microsoft and if there is an issue, they fix it quickly. Microsoft offers small businesses the exact same service as Fortune 500 companies.

    Is my data secure with Office 365?

    Your data is backed up secure and everywhere.

    Office 365 comes with OneDrive. OneDrive is a storage in the cloud. This means that all your files are backed up on Microsoft’s network and can also be synced to your desktop, laptop, iPad and mobile phone.

    You files can be everywhere you go so working remotely is easy and convenient and you never have to worry about losing your files again.

    You can also share your files with your colleagues and clients with a few clicks of a button. These files will be backed up, secured and always kept in sync as all the editing can be complete online.

    Why Choose Office 365 Over Google Apps?

    Compatibility with Office applications is better with Office 365