30 June 2019 Macnamara and LuJam Macnamara has been involved with Cyber Essentials since the start, first becoming a certification body in April 2015, a few months after the scheme launched. We see the Cyber Essentials approach as a fantastic way for small businesses to achieve greatly improved security within their limited time and resource …
The Trinity is a converted Methodist church built in 1860 supporting 20 SMB’s and hotdesking.
The challenge they were facing? The possibility of having 70 people in the building during the day and up to 200 in the evening leaving them with no control over how people were using the WIFI and broadband services.
See how LuJam’s cybersecurity solution helped solve these challenges.
LettUs Grow is an innovative aeroponic hardware and software business for the indoor agriculture industry.
They were looking for an affordable but scalable solution to complete oversight of their cyber security position.
See how LuJam’s solution helped LettUs Grow have complete clarity over their system, devices connected and all incoming threats and how to handle them.
Elaine Brown runs an online retail business, “In Your Dog House Gifts”, selling dog products for dog lovers.
Her online marketplace has customers not only from the UK but from all over the world and keeping her customers’ private data secure it’s critical.
See how LuJam’s cyber security solution helped her secure her customers’ data and keep her business safe from cyber crime.
A social enterprise based in Derby providing training, resources, space and room hire for local organisations and businesses needed help to secure their buildings and protect their clients from cyber attacks.
See how LuJam’s simple solution helped The Community Enterprise Centre reduce their risk of cyber attacks and protect their data and their partners and service users.