Malware Prevention

Protect every device in your business from viruses, spyware and malware by installing the most up-to-date antivirus and malware software.

Installing the appropriate antivirus and malware protection software for your business is just the first step. We’ll monitor the automatic updates to the software and carry out daily checks to ensure your IT systems and business continues to be protected from the increasing risks of cyber crime.

To further control your risk, we can set the software’s advanced features to change log-ins, use web filtering to restrict websites visited (e.g. shopping, leisure), restrict use of social media websites and monitor browsing.


  • 43% of all cyber attacks are aimed at small businesses
  • 91% of attacks launch with a phishing email
  • 38% of malicious attachments are masked as one Microsoft Office type of file or another

Continual education and awareness helps you protect your business systems from cyber attacks.

Mobile devices

  • Create a mobile working policy
  • Protect data from where ever it's sent and received

Flexible working means mobile devices need the same levels of malware protection.

Manage privileges

  • Monitor user activity
  • Produce audit reports

Establish a management process so that staff only access areas they need to carry out their responsibilities.

4 Step Process

Our 4-steps guide you through the process

Get in Touch

Call, email or fill in our contact form.


Arrange a Meeting

We'll get together to discuss your needs.



We'll prepare a comprehensive proposal.



We'll ensure your move to nTrust is seamless.

Here to Help

Remote assistance is just a phone call away

Additional Services

Cyber Essentials

A Cyber Essentials Certificate indicates that your organisation is doing all it can to limit malicious attacks from both outside and within.

Security Patch Management

Automate and monitor software updates for optimum computer performance and protection against viruses, malware and spyware.

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