AntiVirus

Your business is more vulnerable to cyber attacks than ever before. So make sure you keep a close eye on what’s coming in and going out of your network by using the latest AntiVirus software.

Protect yourself from malicious software attacks

Malicious software (or malware as it’s commonly known) is dramatically on the rise. And just one unsecured laptop could put your entire IT system under threat. Scary isn’t it? Especially as mobile working is now a way of life. But at ITogether we can help to protect you from all types of malware attacks using the very latest AntiVirus technology that will:

  • Regularly scan your IT system.
  • Spot viruses and quarantine them immediately.
  • Provide real time updates and alerts.
  • Protect your business from cyber criminals.

To talk to us about how we can help you with AntiVirus software, please call 0113 341 0123 or click here and we’ll call you. Or you can email us at hello@itogether.co.uk

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