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Employee Training Tools
No matter how much you invest in your IT capabilities, your first-line of defense is your employees. Making cybersecurity a significant part of your operating culture will help you to minimize and defend against the most common and effective cyberattacks.
Having relevant and well-written policies and procedures in place before an adverse event is a major part of being cyberresilient. We use industry standards to formulate actionable plans and contingencies that significantly reduce your cybersecurity risks.
The right tool for the right job is key to solving any problem. This concept is no different when creating layered cyber defenses for your business. We provide you with efficient and cost-effective tools to strengthen your organization’s cybersecurity posture.
Breach Response Services
The worst aspects of a disaster are the “unknowns”. This includes not knowing who to call, the total costs involved, and the time it will take to resolve the issues. Our breach response experts ensure that your business operations are back to up to speed as quickly and as easily as possible.
We have Three Starter Packages to Suit Your Needs. Don't See What You Want? Call Us!
- Our Standard Package, Plus ...
- Annual Cyber Breach Plan
- Annual Cyber Resilience Plan
- Annual Cyber Refresher Training
- Annual Disaster Preparedness Plan
- Comprehensive Breach Response Services
We Are Your Go-To Cyber Resilience Team
Most small businesses don’t have the resources to invest in their own IT department or on-site cyber professionals. They also face a steep learning curve when trying to secure their business from known cybersecurity threats. These efforts ultimately detract from their core activities of providing quality products and services to their customers.
Furthermore, the fallout from a security breach can quickly turn into a bankruptcy-inducing event. Consider the time spent to address the technological issues, damage to the company’s brand, and legal fall out that is sure to ensue. In this climate, today’s business leaders face obstacles that could be avoided or mitigated by building cyber resilience into their corporate DNA.
No matter how much an organization invests in advanced technology, the most important factor in protecting their network is the “human element". Hence, we’ve developed systems that emphasize employee training, policies & procedures, and common sense technology solutions.
We took the guesswork and the anxiety out of the cyber resilience process. We have three simple plans to meet the most common needs of today’s growing businesses. They provide solutions make it tremendously easy for business leaders to get back to what they do best – running their business.
Technology Alone Is Not Enough
According to the Ponemon Institute, 76% of SMBs are not protected by their antivirus and malware solutions.
According to the US National Cyber Security Alliance, 60% of SMBs that are breached go out of business within six months.
Employees Are Your First-Line of Defense
54% of breaches were caused by negligent employees or contractors.
Don't Get Scammed
In 2017, social engineering affected 48% of SMBs.
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