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Our Cyber Solutions

We offer a range of cyber security solutions that can help you protect your members’ data with minimal hassle and minimal cost. We divide these solutions into the following groups to give you a better understanding of what you’re buying.

Insurance & Security Solutions

Making an insurance claim in the event of an attack is of course a last resort, but it can give you a lot of peace of mind. Our cyber security insurance partners, certain underwriters at Lloyd’s, will cover your business in the event of a data breach and provide 24/7/365 Incident Response services to help you react quickly to the breach to recover everything you can and minimise any loss.

Our security partners will beef up your security with powerful firewalls, encryption programs and back-up tools.

cyber insurance with LLoyD’s

No cyber security solution (or group of solutions) offers total protection against every threat. That’s why at DeCyber we believe that all clubs, associations or organisations, should consider taking out cyber insurance. Our cyber security insurance providers are certain underwriters at Lloyd’s, who are able to offer comprehensive insurance policies at excellent prices. Cyber insurance is included as standard in our cyber security packages.

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cyber security with avast

Data is an integral part of modern business. When data is moved from place to place, whether it’s via the internet or physical storage, it is vulnerable. All of our insurance policies come with FREE Avast Business Antivirus Pro Plus (up to 10 licenses) and 100GB Cloud backup storage to help protect your business.

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Data security with Wardwiz

Data is an integral part of modern business. When data is moved from place to place, whether it’s via the internet or physical storage, it is vulnerable. Proactively protect your data with DeCyber’s secure anti-virus software provider WardWiz.

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Monitoring & Training Solutions

Making your staff aware of the risks and informing them of safe practice can make all the difference in enhancing the security of your club or association. We offer a comprehensive training program with our partners CybSafe, and we also offer in-depth monitoring so we can let you know if you are a potential target for hackers.

Data monitoring with
Owldetect

Do you know if any of your club, association or organisation’s data has already been hacked, stolen or published on the dark web? OwlDetect can let you know. It can also continually monitor your organisation’s bank account details, email addresses, and other selected information making sure you know all your data is secure. OwlDetect is included in all our packages as standard.

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CYBER risk MONITORING WITH KYND

Do you know your level of cyber risk? DeCyber has partnered with KYND to offer the simplest solution in the market to see and assess your exposure. Simply type in your primary web address (domain name) and KYND will do the rest. It’s that simple! KYND is included in all our packages as standard.

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Cyber awareness training with CybSafe

Awareness of potential pitfalls is crucial to understanding the risks you are exposed to. DeCyber has partnered with CybSafe to offer you a market leading training solution, so you can reduce the risk of human error causing your club or association trouble.

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Cyber made simple

Market leading, cost effective products – packaged together by us. DeCyber is the best way to protect your club or association at minimal cost and hassle. Use our health check tool to receive a full cyber risk assessment report and a list of bespoke solution packages solution to ensure your club has the best protection for the smallest possible price. 

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News Stories

Laurel Park FC loses £28,000

Last year, Laurel Park FC was duped out of £28,000 in an email scam. This is part of a pattern of several such attacks as hackers and scammers have realised that youth football clubs are a soft but potentially lucrative target. The perpetrators hacked into the club’s email, and used a fake email to convince the treasurer that the club’s Chairman was requesting a payment to a supplier. The hackers had been monitoring the club’s email accounts and learned how to craft an email to seem completely ordinary and believable. This tragic event is unfortunately too common, but preventable with the right technology and training.

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Freethorpe FC hit with attack

Freethorpe FC, a small club near Norfolk, suffered a potentially devastating loss of £2000 in a cyber attack in the summer of 2017. As a result the club has to undergo several fundraising activities to make back the money and ensure operations could continue. This was a classic case of a small club believing that they were not likely to be targeted with a cyber attack and being underprepared.

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Hamilton Academical scammed for £1m

Hamilton Academical is embroiled in a legal dispute with RBS after cyber attackers scammed the Scottish Premiership club out of almost £1m. They have only been able to recoup around £170,000 but has been so far unable to recover the rest. Hamilton Academical assert that RBS’s security procedures were too lax, which allowed the fraud to take place. But RBS’s cyber security team did warn the club that the first two payments – of £40,000 and £70,000 – looked fraudulent. The team were overruled, however, and in one day the club sent out £650,000 to scammers. On the surface this looks like human error, which only highlights the need for sports clubs to invest in cyber awareness training.

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World Rugby loses player data

World Rugby is under investigation from the Irish Data Protection Commissioner after it suffered a cyber attack in which personal data for thousands of people was obtained. Hackers accessed names, email addresses and encrypted passwords of players, parents, officials and coaches. This was a huge breach and potentially has serious implications for World Rugby, especially as the breach occurred right as the EU’s GDPR regulations came in.

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