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The Internet allows businesses of all sizes and locations to reach new and larger markets and provides the opportunity to work more effectively with computer-based tools. Whether your company plans to use cloud computing or use email to protect its website, cybersecurity should be part of your plan. Digital theft has become the most commonly reported fraud beyond physical theft. Every company that uses the Internet is responsible for creating a security culture that builds trust between businesses and consumers. In October 2012, the FCC relaunched the Small Biz Cyber ​​Planner 2.0, an online resource that helps small businesses create customized cyber security plans.

Cyber crime is not a fair game

Overview & Areas of Concern

Cyber ​​incidents are on the rise among small businesses, which often lack the resources to protect themselves against catastrophic attacks such as ransomware. As a small business owner, you may have come across outdated or unhelpful security advice for preventing the most common breaches. For example, you may have heard advice not to shop online using a coffee shop’s Wi-Fi connection. Ten years ago this fear was true, but today people and organizations are not at risk. The security landscape is changing and our recommendations must evolve accordingly.

Cybersecurity is not just about technology, it’s about culture. Most organizations fall into the trap of thinking that only IT teams are responsible for security. As a result, they make common mistakes that increase the likelihood of compromise. Culture cannot be delegated. The CEO plays an important role by creating a culture of security.

failure is not an option

Many attacks were successful because victims were running vulnerable software when newer, more secure versions became available. Patching your system is one of the most cost-effective ways to improve your security posture.

Some organizations are migrating some or all of their employees to use Chromebooks and iPads. As a result, they removed a lot of “attack surface”. This makes it much more difficult for an attacker to gain a foothold. Even if an attacker can gain a foothold on these systems as part of a ransomware attack, the data is mostly stored in secure cloud services, mitigating the severity of the attack. 

Small and all businesses Cyber ​​Security Tips.  1. Train employees on security principles 2. Protect your information, computers and networks from cyber attacks 3. Provides firewall security for your internet connection 4. Create an action plan for your mobile device 5. Make a backup copy of your important business data and information 6. Control physical access to your computer and create a user account for each employee 7. Protect your Wi-Fi network 8. Adopt best practices for payment cards 9. Limit employee access to data and information and limit software installation permissions 10. Password and authentication.

Cyber Security to Consider

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Compromise Assessment and Vulnerability Scan
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Practice Areas

Security Monitoring/Security Operation Center (SOC) Virtual CISO (vCISO)
Security Assessment
Security Compliance Support (Audit Preparation)
CMMC Assistance
SOC 2 Type 1 & Type 2 Assistance
Digital Forensics
Security Controls Preparation (NIST / CMMC)
Security Architecture Design/Support
Security Awareness Training
Vulnerability Management
Security Policy creation

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Many organizations affected by ransomware do not have backups, or their backups are incomplete or corrupted. A common attack is tricking users into running malware. If the user has administrator privileges, the attacker’s job will be easier. Some organizations are making more aggressive changes to their IT systems to reduce their “attack surface”.

of organizations do not have a cyber incident response plan
of organizations suffered from security incidents involving malware last year
of office workers admit to using their work devices for personal tasks.
of organizations that paid a ransom were hit by a second attack

When security experts make recommendations about cybersecurity, they usually assume that they only need to make small changes to their IT infrastructure. But what if you could rebuild your IT infrastructure? Some organizations are making more aggressive changes to their IT systems to reduce their “attack surface”.

Our goal is to help people in the best way possible. This is a basic principle in every case and cause for success. contact us today for a free consultation. 


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