Protect your business and your people
Taking cyber security seriously
Our customers rely on our network. So we do everything in our power to ensure it’s safe. We employ over 2,500 security experts from a variety of backgrounds. Some of them may surprise you. From ethical hackers spotting the gaps in security that others might miss, to former police officers with a sixth sense in anticipating cyber crime.
Innovative thinking like this makes sure no stone is left unturned in the battle against threats to security. Today we’re giving you a glimpse of this expertise, to demonstrate that, like any successful organisation, it’s the people that really make the difference.
Take a look at our videos, articles and case studies, and take comfort that we’ll protect your business the way we do ours.
Cyber crime is big news - and big business. As cyber attacks become even more sophisticated, it's vital to stay ahead of the criminals. Nobody wants to be the next business making headlines for the wrong reasons.
Our Embedded Security solutions weave data and digital best practice into the fabric of a company. Watch to find out more, and see how we can make your business safer.
Digital transformation roundtable: Watch the highlights
We look at the ways in which our own individual security has an impact on the organisations we work for.
Find out what our panel of experts – from BT, DCMS and local government – had to say at a recent roundtable event.
Is digital transformation the key to success? Or is it a security risk too far?
How are cultural factors affecting security for organisations?
What are the biggest changes to keeping secure? And how do organisations need to adapt?
In any successful organisation, it’s the people that really make the difference. So we wanted to introduce some of the people behind our cyber security solutions.
Konstantinos, Melanie and Amy spend their time making sure that your business is protected in the same way that we protect ours. We want you to be able to focus on what really matters – growing your business.
A familiar face at security and hacking conferences, Konstantinos is the only person at BT who can hack bitcoin.
“We like to simulate the exact attacks that the real bad guys out in the wild are doing," Konstantinos tells us. “Hacking is a constant learning experience.” And we use this knowledge to protect you.
Head of Threat Intelligence
Melanie and her team are responsible for spotting potential threats and finding the source, as well as providing insight into global security incidents to all of our customers.
“Cyber security is changing on a daily basis” Melanie confirms. We’re here to give you reassurance you can rely on.
Head of Incident Response
Nowadays, it’s relatively easy for people to launch a cyber attack. Amy is in charge of the team tasked with fixing problems and threats. She lets us know that:
“BT’s security offering is unique because of its scale – there are very few other providers who are in 190 countries and have to protect their own infrastructure at the critical national infrastructure level."
Taking the heat out of card payment security for Baxi Heating
Watch how we helped Baxi Heating secure their card payment process and keep their customers safe.
Tailoring Embedded Security solutions to the way you work enables you to manage risk and secure what matters.
With almost half of UK businesses hit by cyber attacks last year, protecting your business and your people has never been so critical. We’re here to give you reassurance you can rely on.
Focus on cyber security – or face heavy fines and growing crime
Our security team protected BT from over 125,000 cyber attacks in a single month. Consider how many could target your business in the short time it takes to watch this video?
And with the added risk of huge penalties for breaking new GDPR legislation, nobody can afford to lose focus on security.
Danny Longbottom, Director – Local Government & Health, explains more.
Discover the five stages of cyber security – download this practical guide today
Protecting your business from the growing threat of cyber crime can be complex and challenging. Our new whitepaper – published in the wake of the WannaCry and Petya ransomware attacks – makes it simpler to make plans and map things out.
Cyber security is a journey, with five key stages. By downloading the report, you can identify how far your business has come, where it’s heading – and how to avoid the pitfalls along the way.
In this report, we share our knowledge and experience of working with leading organisations. Download today – and take practical steps towards true leadership of managing security risks.
GDPR: Are you ready for the new EU data protection regulation?
Data security is more important than ever in today’s digital economy. With the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in 2018, it’s vital your business is ready. We’re here to help you prepare.
Our GDPR whitepaper explores how the new EU ruling is the perfect time to take a fresh look at your data security. Find out how you can transform the challenge into new opportunities.
And our half hour webinar replay gets to grips with what GDPR means for you. Take this first step to put your plans in place.
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Business leaders rely on the latest information to avoid becoming victims of cyber crime. Our threat intelligence team gathers and evaluates potential attack strategies around the clock, so we can better protect BT and our customers.
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