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As a manager in the property or construction industry, you will be aware of the growing cyber threats within the sector. With vast supply chains and large amounts of sensitive data to protect, there’s no question of the value it holds for threat actors. Data breaches can cause significant reputational, operational and financial damage. So how do you secure your most valuable assets?

Construction & Property Cyber Security Challenges

Ensuring secure transactions
Storage of buyers' sensitive data
Mitigating supply chain risk
Protecting digital & physical assets
Responding to cyber incidents
Detecting system vulnerabilities

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Data Protection for Construction

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Cyber Security for Construction

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Supply Chain Security
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Cyber Security for Construction industry​​

Our specialist consultants have years of experience in assessing, managing and supporting real estate and house builders with their cyber security and compliance obligations. We can provide cyber security solutions such as penetration testing as well as managing your data protection and GDPR obligations.

Our team have supported construction businesses to meet their compliance requirements, assess their security posture, test their infrastructure, provide remediation advice and much more. Our aim? To take the heavy lifting away from you, so you can concentrate on the other critical areas of your business.

Common Construction Industry Security Risks

Supply Chain Attacks
Vendors have access to property development data, presenting a larger attack vector surface.

Software designed to harm or exploit any programmable device, service or network and extract data to leverage.

Denial of Service
An attack that prevents a user from accessing systems or a database in order to cause mass disruption.

Phishing attacks
A form of social engineering whereby a legitimate-looking email is sent, containing malicious links.​


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