Cyber security services

Dettica Consulting

Resilient Cyber Security for Everyone



We make resilient cyber security accessible. We achieve this using a single “out of the box” solution, maximising automation using AI and a plug and play solution that is flexible and agile.



Multi-layered cyber security protection greatly reduces the business risk of operational disruption, damage to business reputation and data protection non-compliance.​                      


In a Box

Cyber Security 360, next generation XDR technology, increased use of AI to minimise response times and manual effort. “Out of the box” best practices, minimising cost, complexity and burden.


World Class Technology

Faster incident identification and automated "one click" containment and response. We bring next generation capabilities to protect against Ransomware and advanced persistent threats.                               



We strived for simplicity without compromising protection. We have worked tirelessly to develop a solution that removed the burden of achieving robust cyber security and vastly improving efficiency.

trend #1

Increased Threat

Sophisticated cyber criminals are leveraging integrated tools and capabilities with artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Trend #2

Hybrid Working

Following Covid cyber criminals have modified their tactics to increasingly exploit weaknesses in remote IT security arrangements.

trend #3

Cloud Platforms

​Extended digital and cloud adoption has increased the threat surface for many businesses. Securing cloud environments is critical.

trend #4

Increased IoT

The IoT ecosystem is rapidly expanding from jet engines to the watch on your wrist. With ever increasing connectivity comes the increased security vulnerabilities which can be exploited by attackers if not properly secured.

Trend #5

Regulation & Compliance

Outsourced IT providers will be brought into scope of cyber regulations to strengthen UK supply chains.Network and Information Systems (NIS) Regulations will be strengthened to protect essential and digital services.


new Vulnerability disclosures in 2022


​Attackers can take advantage of unpatched vulnerabilities using a multitude of attack tactics, including Ransomware. Cyber Security Teams should leverage Threat Intelligence to identify and swiftly remediate vulnerabilities that are being actively exploited.


UK Business Reporting cyber attacks in 2022


One in five of these attacks was sophisticated, such as DDoS, Malware or Ransomware and many were associated with a negative outcome, such as financial loss, disruption to websites, system corruptions, and deterioration in market standing .


Phishing emails sent each day

100 Million+

Most cyber attacks use social engineering techniques to gain access to business networks. A multi-layered mitigation approach to address phishing attacks is the most effective. This is especially important given the increasing sophistication of attacks.


estimated World-wide cost of cyber crime in 2023

£6 Trillion

The World Economic Forum has released their Global Risk Report 2022, which states that cyber security measures in place by businesses, governments and individuals is increasingly being rendered obsolete by the growing sophistication of cyber criminals.




The Global Information Workforce Study in 2022, estimated that there is a shortfall of cyber security experts in Europe. An ever evolving cyber security ecosystem and threat landscape adds to these challenges.  


Business ASSETS

Business Led

Linking your most important business assets to the associated IT enablers, will help identify which datasets are the most important to protect.  Make a list of all equipment, software, and data you use, including laptops, smartphones, tablets, and point-of-sale devices. The policies, procedures, and processes to manage the organisations regulatory, legal, risk, environmental, and operational requirements are understood and inform cybersecurity risk. The organisation understands the cybersecurity risk to operations.



Specific Threats

Threat intelligence feeds into a Threat Intelligence Platform that will help an organisation understand the specific threats to their most important assets, including indicators of compromise. It is a realtime "threat radar", somewhat similar to AV signature updates in informing cyber security defences. Many businesses don't have this in-house capability and rely on outsource cyber security partners who can perform this task at scale on behalf of their clients. The result is a more informed defence and incident response. 




At the highest level this means controlling network access and device use, using security software to protect data, encrypting sensitive data, at rest and in transit, managing protective and responsive technology to ensure the security and resilience of systems and assets are consistent with organisational policies, procedures, and agreements and regularly training staff on their critical role in maintaining cyber security for the organisation. Many exploits leverage social engineering, so staff training is key.              



Removing the Burden

Maintaining the capability to detect, respond and recover from cyber security incidents is critical, since cyber protection will reduce, not eliminate the likelihood of a successful attack. With so many new attack vectors, increasing attack service and rapidly evolving malware tools, it's simply not possible for protection alone to keep your business safe.

For many SME's maintaining an in-house multi-tiered cyber security operation is not possible. Some of the obstacles include, limited budget, resources bandwidth, competing priorities and the complexity/learning curve associated with cyber security defences. In addition, cyber security is constantly evolving and its ecosystem of tools, guidance, standards, compliance requirements are rising along with your customer's cyber security requirements.                          


A big problem

A Hole in UK Cyber Resilience

There's no denying that cyber security is a major challenge for the majority of UK businesses. There's no shortage of advice, guidance, tips and frameworks and these are being perpetually updated. The problem is that most SMBs (<250 employees) do not have the budget or resources to effectively ingest and act upon all the good advice and adequately protect their business.

Considering that there are 5.5 million SME businesses in the UK, which account for three-fifths of employment and around half of the turnover in the UK private sector, that's a pretty big problem. Rather than attempt to reinvent the wheel, businesses are increasingly turning to outside help, citing access to greater expertise, resources, and standard for cyber security.​                                                         


Dettica consulting

We can help

​Regardless of your current cyber security posture, size of business and risk tolerance, we can help. We greatly enhance your cyber security resilience with an out of the box solution. We have navigated the complex cyber security ecosystem to offer unified next generation technologies. We've lowers the cost and burden of achieving resilient cyber security.

Our consultants have worked globally across the breadth of business sectors, including defence and government bodies. We have experience delivering cyber initiatives aligned with NIST, Cyber Essentials +, ITAR, Export Control, GDPR and in highly regulated industries.


Heightened Threat

cyber crime is indiscriminate and no company is immune

The UK is now in a sustained heightened state of cyber threat following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the NCSC is calling on UK organisations to strengthen their online defences. The National Crime agency has identified 149 British victims of ransomware strains known as Conti and Ryuk. The ransomware was responsible for extorting at least an estimated £27m.

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