DynaRisk provides cyber security tools to home users and businesses. Founded in 2016, CEO Andrew Martin realised that companies were spending large sums of money on protecting their assets, leaving individuals to fend for themselves.
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Protecting yourself online is hard
DynaRisk makes it easy
DynaRisk provides an extra layer of protection that antivirus software can’t. Our tools are designed to compliment antivirus software, giving our customers practical ways to manage their online safety. With the world’s first personal Cyber Security Score and dashboard, we help people to better understand their cyber security risks and protect their entire digital footprint.
with tailored actions
Your personal actions are displayed in an easy to use menu with step-by-step instructions. There are over 100 actions in DynaRisk’s tool; the number and type of actions are tailored to you personally, based on your score and individual vulnerabilities.
The world’s first
Cyber Security Score
Much like a credit score, your Cyber Security Score tells you just how safe you are online based on our assessment which takes into account over 70 personal risk factors.
Cyber security threats change all the time; with DynaRisk, you’ll receive threat alerts to help you stay one step ahead as well as the necessary steps to protect yourself from them.
Advice and assistance
in the event of a breach
DynaRisk’s intelligence team are constantly scanning the dark web to recover stolen information. If your email address is discovered in a data breach you will be notified and we will provide you with the necessary steps to help protect yourself. Or, if you think your information may have been compromised, DynaRisk are on hand to guide you through.
FREE RESOURCES TO KEEP YOU SAFE ONLINE
We protect you from Cyber crime through our easy to use dashboard
allowing us to notify you instantly when you are at risk online
Netflix, Spotify & EA: discover the most ‘cyber-attacked’ brands
The number of high-profile data breaches hitting the headlines has made the public more conscious about the security of their online data and personal information than ever before. In order to get a better idea of where consumer data may be vulnerable to theft, we wanted to investigate the brands most commonly ‘attacked’ by cyber criminals.
How to identify a malicious website
Malicious websites come in two forms; they host malware or are used to phish for sensitive information, tricking users into revealing sensitive data such as login credentials for online banking websites. But when a website looks legitimate, what should you look out for?
WhatsApp: surveillance software issue may open up a can of worms
WhatsApp – a free messaging service owned by Facebook – recently reported that surveillance software attack had been detected, affecting an unknown number of users. But how did the attack happen in the first place and how will it affect users?