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?
Train Your Employees
Train your employees to help protect your sensitive data.
Protect Your Network
Protect your network with VPNs, firewalls, vulnerability scans, penetration testing, etc.
Secure Your Devices
Identify, track, and secure (encrypt) your employee’s devices – smartphones, USB drives, tablets, and laptops.
Secure Physical Space
Track and log visitors, limit access with locked doors.
Create Clear Policies
Create clear and concise written policies on the use and disposal of sensitive data.
Where’s Your Data?
Locate, understand, and limit where all of your sensitive data resides.
Proper Disposal Procedures
Ensure that you have the proper procedures and documents in place to dispose of any devices, equipment, and paper records.
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!
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