Nearly half of all cyber attacks target small to medium-sized businesses, because hackers know that these organisations have fewer resources to dedicate to cyber security.

A particularly common type of attack is ransomware, which has affected two in every five small businesses and growing. The average small business experiences two days of downtime, one-third of companies lose revenue, and all suffer brand and loyalty damage that goes beyond facts and figures.

Despite this, many owners of small businesses have an "it won't happen to me" mentality when it comes to cyber security. In fact, three out of every four businesses are not prepared for a disaster, but the consequences can be dire. 60% of small businesses hit by a major cyber attack close down within a year.

At Network Armour, we provide simple and reliable disaster recovery solutions for your data and systems, including backup solutions to ensure that downtime will be minimal and business continuity is maintained in the event of a disaster.

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To learn about our disaster recovery services and prepare your business for an attack, call us today on 01673 898001 or email us.


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We don't just install technical solutions and leave you to work out the rest. We also provide guidance on making your infrastructure more resilient, more efficient, and faster to recover. Our disaster recovery solutions are tailored to your business, identifying the most likely threats to ensure that you and your data are protected against all eventualities.

We know that in the event of a disaster, the best thing your business can do is get back on its feet as quickly as possible. That's why we work tirelessly to identify the source of the disaster and isolate the problem, so that you can get back to normal in no time at all.

We can work with you to develop a business continuity plan, ensuring that your crucial systems and data can be restored and business operations can resume with a high availability of service after a disaster.


80% of businesses never recover from a major disaster because they don’t have a business continuity plan in place.