Your Network is Under Constant Global Attack
Hackers are targeting small businesses more than ever before

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According to the 2018 Hiscox Small Business Cyber Risk Report,  47% of small businesses in the US have suffered a cyber attack in the past year. Small businesses are less likely to have strategies in place to ward off attacks, detect them early if they do occur, and reduce the damage.  They are also less likely to be able to withstand the financial impact of a hack or breach.

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Hackers are not the primary threat to your network.
Untrained employees are.

Modern Architecture

A sound cybersecurity plan must begin and end with training. Anyone that has access to company assets - which includes a simple email address - represents the most significant threat to your business. 

Sure, you have to have the firewalls, the endpoint protection, monitoring and access auditing tools, but all the fancy technology in the world is defeated easily when an employee either knowingly or unknowingly provides access to a threat actor. 

It is our job to help your company cultivate a culture of security that will keep your company safe. 

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A layered Approach to Cybersecurity

60% of small companies that suffer a cyber attack are out of business within six months.*

DEFENSE in DEPTH

Cyber criminals are becoming more sophisticated, bolder, and more effective. If a hacker wants into your systems they will find a way. The tried and true defenses the past are no match for the hackers of the present. A layered security approach, utilizing a series of technical, administrative, and physical controls is necessary to keep your data safe. In the event that your systems are compromised a fast and thorough response can be the difference between inconvenience and disaster. 

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9 out of 10 computer networks have potentially serious IT problems sitting undetected.

Network-IQ Now With the Power of ThreatLocker

 
 
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As part of an ongoing effort to ensure all systems are secure, we are now adding a zero-trust approach to your security stack. As attackers become more sophisticated, so do the complexities in stopping software-based threats.

The techniques and solutions we are implementing are regularly adopted by large governments and other enterprise organizations. As your managed service provider, we understand the use of a higher grade of security is fundamental in protecting you from the latest threats.

What is Zero-Trust?

Zero-Trust is a security framework which states that organizations should not trust any entity inside or outside of their perimeter at any time. It is necessary in today’s environment to provide the visibility and IT controls needed to secure, manage and monitor every device, user, app and network being used to access business data.