Safeguarding your business is a must in today’s threat landscape.
Manage your user’s identities in the cloud or on premises. Use single sign-on and multi-factor authentication for access management.
Encrypt your content in the cloud. Protect your files and manage who is authorized to read, edit, and forward your files. Revoke access as needed.
Selectively wipe company data from lost or stolen devices. Manage PCs remotely. Secure content viewers, and manage third-party apps to prevent data leaks.
While large companies (Twitter, Sony, Target, etc.) and government or political organizations (USPS, State Department, the DNC, etc.) have dominated recent headlines for cyber-attacks, data firm International Data Corporation reports that 71% of cyber-attacks target small businesses. With the average cost of dealing with a cyber-attack nearly $36K, it’s no wonder that a staggering 60% of small- and medium-size businesses who have been victims of cybercrime go out of business within six months of the attack.
The sad reality is that small businesses typically do not have dedicated resources to protect themselves against cybercrime. And yet, small businesses are a treasure trove of valuable data hackers love—intellectual property, employee and customer data, bank accounts, and credit card information. Consider this: Visa reports that 95% of credit card breaches are from its smallest business customers!
The good news for small business is that there are tons of cybersecurity information on the internet. The bad news is that there is tons of information—so where do you even start?
At Cloud611, we are committed to helping you map out a plan for safeguarding your business. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.
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If you can only do 3 things today to safeguard your business, start with these.
Identify what data is at risk and back up that data using a secure cloud solution. Files saved to a USB drive or another location in your network are still vulnerable! Don’t be a victim of ransomware!
Keep all your computers and devices clean and running the most current versions. Outdated software and illegal operating systems make you vulnerable. Say YES to familiar updates!
Educate your employees on cybersecurity best practices. Safeguarding your business is everyone’s responsibility. Create a training plan, make it fun, and ensure participation.
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