Your clients expect it and we deliver it. At 6point6 we provide a range of cyber services. This includes preventative services which help you to be proactive in protecting your security, defensive services which protect your business from attack, and responsive teams that can be called in following an attack to mitigate, repair, investigate and upgrade your security.
We are trusted suppliers of cyber security to the UK Government and multinational corporations. Our work with both public and private sector clients has seen us delivering major security projects, including one of the largest cyber design and implementation projects ever undertaken for central government.
Our team includes ex-British Intelligence and military and some of the world’s leading cyber professionals. This combination of skills and knowledge gives us unique insight into cyber security and resilience.
Cyber Maturity Assessment
Cyber Security occupies the minds of not only the technology leadership team, but also the wider senior leadership team.
Incident Response Management
Understanding and prioritising your cyber risks is critical. Rapidly evolving cyber threats demand a proactive, dynamic and intelligence driven response strategy.
M&A Cyber Due Diligence
Addressing Cyber Due Diligence as part of the M&A process reaps a number of benefits for you, as the acquiring firm.
Cyber Security Testing, Protection and Risk Mitigation
Penetration Testing aims to uncover security weaknesses in IT systems based on specific needs and targeted scope
Cyber insurance might protect your business financially, but it doesn’t protect your data. By understanding your digital risk, and where your vulnerabilities lie, you’ll be better equipped to build a data security strategy that bakes in security as part of your digital transformation.
Schems 2 means Privacy Shield has been invalidated. But what does that mean for your business and your data? Jim Wright explores the steps you can take to make sure you know where your data is being processed and how to be GDPR compliant.
With phishing attacks playing a major role in the attacks we’ve seen this year, and the increase of attacks playing off the pandemic, it’s more important than ever to instil the basics of cyber security in your teams, especially if they’re working from home and perhaps less in the loop with training and common phishing attempts.
30% of data breaches involved internal actors, which shows how human error still contributes to vulnerabilities. Your people are still one of the weakest links in your security strategy, so continued training and awareness is crucial – especially with the rise of remote working.