How do you protect your Business from Hackers?
This is a question that faces all business owners regardless of the size of their business.
Unfortunately, it is a question that does not have a simple answer.
Generally speaking it is unlikely that all potential threats can be stopped and in some cases it is challenging to even know that some threats exist. For example; in recent months it was announced that Target, just one of many stores, was hacked and potentially millions of credit card numbers were stolen. It was weeks if not months before they found out that they had been hacked. This was a similar story for the CCRA when they announced earlier this year that they had been compromised by the heart bleed bug.
Keep Your Business and Employees Safe with an Internet Usage Policy.
An Internet usage policy provides guidelines regarding the appropriate use of company equipment, Interne, and network access. The Internet is a powerful tool however a single moment of inappropriate use can transform the Internet into a huge security threat against your business. An Internet usage policy can help to protect the business and employees.
Does your IT Support Company do everything from catching a cyber threat before it infects your network to repairing IT issues while you sleep at night?
Our 24/7 Network Monitoring is one of the best ways to protect your IT assets and prevent many common problems.
The technology we utilize to remotely monitor and maintain your network is considered best in class by the technology industry. This technology combines remote IT Monitoring, IT Management and IT Maintenance to keep your network up and running efficiently.
According to a recent Touche Ross study, the survival rate for companies without a disaster recovery plan is less than 10%. That loss can be attributed to human error, technological failure, a man-made or natural disaster. Businesses that fail to recover from a disaster felt that it would never happen to them or that they were already doing everything possible to prevent it. However it is likely that they did not make Disaster Recovery a priority or have a professional IT support team taking care of it.