As with businesses, individuals with a higher net worth are more likely to be targeted by cyber criminals - not only for monetary gain, but for their higher status as well.

Unlike businesses, for whom theft of sensitive information and loss of profits are the greatest concerns, cyber crimes committed against individuals can be a lot more sinister. If cyber criminals hack into a home network, they may be able to see through webcams, speak through audio devices, and even unlock doors.

Cyber crimes committed against individuals can be used to blackmail and threaten them and their family. Individuals are often targeted persistently until the hackers get what they want, and if they fail to implement appropriate security solutions, they will continue to be left exposed.

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We can help you take the crucial first steps to securing your home network against cyber attacks. Call us today on 01673 898001 or email us.


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Information Assurance Services for High Net Worth Individuals

  • Vulnerability scanning: After getting you started on your cyber security journey, we can undertake regular reviews of your network security to ensure that it is keeping up with the latest technological advances.
  • Security awareness training: We can provide high net worth individuals and their families with security awareness training to ensure that they follow correct practices when using the home network.
  • Digital Footprint Analysis: Your digital footprint gives information on the websites you have visited, services you have used, purchases you have made online, and other information which is gold dust to cyber criminals. We can analyse your digital footprint and give advice on how to cover your tracks so that attackers will have less ammunition to use against you.

In recent years, open-source intelligence (OSINT) has become increasingly relevant within the field of information management. In fact, open-source intelligence provides a large amount of the information used by intelligence analysts and corporate security analysts to identify potential hidden risks or make strategic decisions in time.

Hackers use open-source intelligence to map your digital footprint, building a profile of you based on the emails you send, newsletters you subscribe to, social media accounts you follow and so on. You will also have a passive digital footprint based on your search history, websites visited, and geolocation data.


Penetration testing can help to improve your network security, and one-to-one training can strengthen your knowledge of, and resistance to, cyber threats.