Network Security

Cyber Security—What’s the Risk?

Across the small- to medium-size business landscape, security breaches are taking their toll. There has been a 41% increase in business disruption, which has reduced employee productivity by 33%. This, of course, causes massive spikes in your operational costs—not to mention an overall decrease in revenue by at least 9%.

Coupled with the theft or destruction of your data (or your customers’ data), can your business afford to shoulder those setbacks? Cyber security is no longer just for the Fortune 500 companies to worry about—many SMB businesses are closing their doors this year because they fell prey to a cyber-attack.

Cyber Security has Evolved.

Cyber threats have evolved. In just a few short years, businesses large and small have been faced with advanced exploits, new phishing and social engineering techniques and dreaded ransomware that holds proprietary data hostage. These new attacks are more sophisticated and more dangerous than ever before, which means that the security solutions of the past aren’t enough anymore.

Luckily, cyber security has evolved, too. Modern cyber security has moved beyond off-the-shelf antivirus software to advanced software suites, featuring an array of capabilities, that are monitored and managed by technicians in a security operations center (SOC).

More importantly, cyber security no longer starts at the last moment—when issues arise. Today’s cyber security strategies include real-time threat monitoring, profiling for external and internal threats, risk assessment and more. And instead of a scramble if an incident should occur, immediate and effective remediation processes are already defined and ready to be executed.

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Are you Following Cyber Security Best Practices?

Because phishing techniques and social engineering exploits are responsible for a large amount of security incidents, the next data breach can only be a click or phone call away.

To combat that risk, it’s important to have a culture of security instilled in your workplace, which is why we offer security awareness training as part of your complete cyber security plan. Your staff will have the training they need to keep your systems safe in the digital realm as well as the physical world, which can lead to the reduction of a risk of a cyber attack of 45 to 70 percent.

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The threat is real—let’s protect your business.

If you’re ready to get serious about protecting your business from the increasing threat landscape, contact us today. We’ll provide a detailed security assessment, followed by a customized consultation to determine the best course of action to protect you best.

Our Advanced Network Security products provide the complete foundation to meet your security needs.

The solution combines intelligent profiling and alerting technology with 24/7 support from our Security Operations Center (SOC) facility, empowering your organization to build and enforce end-to-end security in real-time, rather than a static, point-in-time, approach.

Learn more about our Advanced Security Services:

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Profile and Protect

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Don’t wait until after a security breach occurs—

contact us today at 540-692-6152. If you have already fallen victim to a security breach, we can help guide you through it.

Save time. Save money. Save the headache.

We handle the IT problems you don’t understand, so that you can focus on what makes you money.

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