Cyber Security Services

90% Of Successful Network Breaches Are Caused By User Error

Because Your Data is Only as Safe as Your Weakest Link

Why Is Cyber Security So Important?

  • Data breaches are occuring everyday
  • A majority of data breaches happen to small to medium size businesses
  • Employees need to understand how to protect sensitive company data
  • Employees need training that is interesting and engaging
  • Training leads to fewer PC rebuilds, reduced IT expenses and less employee downtime

Don’t Be A Statistic. Protect Yourself From A Breach.


of breaches are caused by human error


of security breaches target small businesses


of small firms go out of business within 6 months of data breach

What Can You Do To Protect Your Business From A Data Breach?

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Train Your Employees

Train your employees to help protect your sensitive data.

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Protect Your Network

Protect your network with VPNs, firewalls, vulnerability scans, penetration testing, etc.

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Secure Your Devices

Identify, track, and secure (encrypt) your employee’s devices – smartphones, USB drives, tablets, and laptops.

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Secure Physical Space

Track and log visitors, limit access with locked doors.

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Create Clear Policies

Create clear and concise written policies on the use and disposal of sensitive data.

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Where’s Your Data?

Locate, understand, and limit where all of your sensitive data resides.

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Proper Disposal Procedures

Ensure that you have the proper procedures and documents in place to dispose of any devices, equipment, and paper records.

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Know Your Restore Point

Do you have a local and off-site copy of your data? How long would it take to get your systems up and running in the case of a disaster?

Not Sure Where To Start?

Start by scheduling your FREE Cyber Security Assessment by filling out the form below!

Need To Know Privacy & Security Threats

Critical Windows Security Update!

Earlier this week Microsoft released fixes for a critical Remote Code Execution vulnerability in Remote Desktop Services that affects some older version of Windows and Windows Server. So, why should I care?   Well, if you have a Windows 7 or heaven forbid a Windows XP computer, you need to worry.  If your company runs a Windows 2008 Server or for some reason still a Windows 2003 Server, you better take this warning serious.

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