To reduce victims of cyber-enabled crime, focussing on a reduction of malicious social engineering attacks.
How we are going to get there.
Continue to bring regulation to the sending of SMS messages with masked sender ID’s, the kind of messages commonly utilised by fraudsters.
Continue to raise awareness of cyber security issues, highlighting the dangers of these issues.
Partner with organisations that align with our business aim and can mutually benefit from our co-operation.
Derive a 10% year on year rise in revenue from professional services (Currently 53% Year On Year) – use it to help more businesses and drive public education.
The problem is well known, the solution can be simple.
It is an ambitious plan, but here is what needs to happen.
What We Need To Do
01 Educate People
An attacker will try to exploit the gaps in your knowledge. By learning about cybercrime we can foster a genuine awareness that can go a long way to education and protecting us all from the dangers.
02 Help Businesses
Large corporations are starting to acknowledge the risk a social engineering attack can pose. We can help demonstrate these threats in a new and challenging way and help you work towards improvement and defence.
03 Partner With Allies
We are trying to change the habits of a nation. Law enforcement, businesses, groups and government bodies all have to work together to bring this change. We partner with organisations that share our dream – such as North Yorkshire Police and London Digital Security Centre.
04 Cause A Fuss
Although not very British, sometimes we need to complain. Companies care about what their customers value. We need to show them the true value of our data by avoiding companies that fail to protect us.
Stay antisocial, to think differently and contrary to the information security industry as a whole.
Help anyone in need of assistance, regardless of direct profit or status.
Keep it ego-free, stylish if possible and low key – unless media hype is needed!