InfoSec & Cyber Security Consultancy



Cyber Security Solutions

Cyber crime continues to rise in scale and complexity, affecting essential services, businesses and private individuals alike. Cyber crime costs the UK billions of pounds, causes untold damage, and threatens national security.

PMC Technology was created with security at it's core, to build customised protection from today's advanced threats and adversaries. We understand the complexity of IT environments and help our customers see the bigger picture.

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Customer satisfaction is our number one priority. We guarantee to never offer inappropriate solutions and that all our customers have absolute confidence in all we do with them.

Overview PMC Technology treat each relationship as a partnership, not just a contract.

On the increase

Cyber crime will continue to increase and become more dangerous, no matter what. This only means more businesses of all sizes will be affected every year.

Attack vectors

With the number of ways to attack and cause damage to your business, its a job to keep on top of all the security you need.

The answer

Our solutions seamlessly blend with your business to improve it's ability to withstand cyber crime attempts.

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Cyber Crime Video

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Hackers and their scams live behind keyboards. Invisible and faceless. If cyber crime happened in the physical world, this is how it would look.
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These are the most frequent types of cyber crimes that have long lasting effects on any sized businesses.

Our Services

Business Snapshot
8hrs Site visit

Business Snapshot

Instant snapshot of how your business security looks

One day assessment of your business's security and where it's vulnerabilities lie. Ideal for a SME looking to grow.

Cyber Snapshot
8hrs Site visit

Cyber Snapshot

Instant snapshot of how your business cyber security looks

One day assessment of your business's cyber security and where it's vulnerabilities lie. Ideal for a SME looking to grow.

Full Review
5 days Site visit

Full Review

Business, staff and cyber review

A more in-depth review of your business's security, including i) staffing assessment, ii) business processes, iii) physical assessments, iv) cyber security stance and v) where vulnerabilities still lie.

Remote Monitoring and Management
24/7 Onsite protection

Remote Monitoring and Management

We remotely protect you

RMM used by us remotely monitors your endpoints, networks and devices. We become responsible for the health and security of your IT environments to give you peace of mind.

Virtual Service Desk
Mon-Fri Online support

Virtual Service Desk

PAYG support

A help desk focuses on break-fix (limited support), while our Virtual Service Desk helps in assisting with break-fix and also with service requests and requests for information.

Patch Management
24/7 Onsite protection

Patch Management

Keep you up and running

Patch management is the process that acquires, tests and installs appropriate patches on existing applications on your devices, enabling systems to stay updated o and full secure.

4-6 hrs Onsite


Cyber training

Learn how to protect and defend against cyber threats with cyber security training courses

Small group
6 hrs Onsite

Small Group

Cyber training

Learn how to protect and defend against cyber threats with cyber security training courses

Big group
6 hrs Onsite

Large Group

Cyber training

Learn how to protect and defend against cyber threats with cyber security training courses

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions we get.

Information security, often referred to as InfoSec, refers to the processes and tools designed and deployed to protect sensitive business information from modification, disruption, destruction, and inspection.

There are different types of InfoSec to be aware of.

* Application security is a broad topic that covers software vulnerabilities in web and mobile applications and application programming interfaces (APIs). These vulnerabilities may be found in authentication or authorisation of users, integrity of code and configurations, and mature policies and procedures. Application vulnerabilities can create entry points for significant InfoSec breaches. Application security is an important part of perimeter defence for InfoSec.

* Cloud security focuses on building and hosting secure applications in cloud environments and securely consuming third-party cloud applications. “Cloud” simply means that the application is running in a shared environment. Businesses must make sure that there is adequate isolation between different processes in shared environments.

* Encrypting data in transit and data at rest helps ensure data confidentiality and integrity. Digital signatures are commonly used in Cryptography to validate the authenticity of data. Cryptography and encryption has become increasingly important. A good example of cryptography use is the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). The AES is a symmetric key algorithm used to protect classified government information.

* Infrastructure security deals with the protection of internal and extranet networks, labs, data centres, servers, desktops, and mobile devices.

* Incident response is the function that monitors for and investigates potentially malicious behaviour.
In preparation for breaches, IT staff should have an incident response plan for containing the threat and restoring the network. In addition, the plan should create a system to preserve evidence for forensic analysis and potential prosecution. This data can help prevent further breaches and help staff discover the attacker.

* Vulnerability management is the process of scanning an environment for weak points (such as unpatched software) and prioritising remediation based on risk.
In many networks, businesses are constantly adding applications, users, infrastructure, and so on. For this reason, it is important to constantly scan the network for potential vulnerabilities. Finding a vulnerability in advance can save your businesses the catastrophic costs of a breach.

Cyber Security is the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs from digital attacks. These cyber attacks are usually aimed at accessing, changing, or destroying sensitive information; extorting money from users; or interrupting normal business processes.

Implementing effective Cyber Security measures is particularly challenging today because there are more devices than people, and attackers are becoming more innovative.

A successful Cyber Security approach has multiple layers of protection spread across the computers, networks, programs, or data that one intends to keep safe. In an organisation, the people, processes, and technology must all complement one another to create an effective defence from cyber attacks.

* People : Users must understand and comply with basic data security principles like choosing strong passwords, being wary of attachments in email, and backing up data. Learn more about basic cybersecurity principles.

* Processes : Organisations must have a framework for how they deal with both attempted and successful cyber attacks. One well-respected framework can guide you. It explains how you can identify attacks, protect systems, detect and respond to threats, and recover from successful attacks.

* Technology : Technology is essential to giving organisations and individuals the computer security tools needed to protect themselves from cyber attacks. Three main entities must be protected: endpoint devices like computers, smart devices, and routers; networks; and the cloud. Common technology used to protect these entities include next-generation firewalls, DNS filtering, malware protection, antivirus software, and email security solutions.

In today’s connected world, everyone benefits from advanced cyber defense programs. At an individual level, a cybersecurity attack can result in everything from identity theft, to extortion attempts, to the loss of important data like family photos. Everyone relies on critical infrastructure like power plants, hospitals, and financial service companies. Securing these and other organisations is essential to keeping our society functioning.

Everyone also benefits from the work of cyberthreat researchers (like PMC Technology) who investigate new and emerging threats and cyber attack strategies. They reveal new vulnerabilities, educate the public on the importance of cybersecurity, and strengthen open source tools. Their work makes the Internet safer for everyone.


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83 Ducie Street


M1 2JQ


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Cyber Security Strategy

Creating an effective security strategy starts with the this checklist:

  • Choose strong passwords and unique usernames
  • Use an malware scanner that scans daily and automatically removes malware
  • Implement a firewall to block malicious traffic and attacks
  • Conduct regular audits and file review for unusual file names or content
  • Remove outdated and unused data and software
  • Use a service that patches vulnerabilities in applications, plugins, and themes
  • Select open-source applications based on security factors, such as date of the last update
  • Offer ongoing company-wide cybersecurity training
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