CYBERSECURITY FOR NYC BUSINESSES, IS YOUR NETWORK SAFE?
Cybersecurity experts estimate the cost of online crime will top $6 trillion by 2021. That’s a lot of money. And it’s representative of a lot of activity on the part of cyber criminals. These folks are serious about getting your data—which is why you need protection. No company is safe. Small businesses get targeted just like large enterprises. If you don’t have a thorough cybersecurity strategy, you need one. NOW.
Cybersecurity, Safeguard Your Data
Your customer information is sacred. You can’t afford to lose a single record. With the right IT security, you won’t. We provide a complete backup solution that includes onsite and offsite options to guarantee you don’t lose a single file.
Protect Your Productivity
Cyber attacks lead to downtime. Downtime kills productivity. Keep your network online and get more done. Our proactive network protection addresses ransomware, viruses, spam, malware and other threats.
Defend Your Reputation With Our Managed IT Security Solutions
Customers notice when you suffer a network breach. You don’t need that kind of bad press – you need protection and training. Our employee training ensures everyone on your staff knows cybersecurity best practices.
Cybersecurity isn’t a single solution. It’s a strategic approach that impacts everything from the software you use to the way you train and manage employees.
If that sounds like a lot to tackle on your own, that’s because it is. Our whitepaper will give you all the information you need to build a solid foundation.
Our Cybersecurity services include:
- Managed detection and response
- Dark web monitoring
- Cybersecurity as a service
If you’re ready for a comprehensive managed IT security plan, get in touch with us. We’d be happy to help.
With the kinds of cybersecurity disasters that tend to make national headlines, it’s easy for SMB owners to assume they’re relatively safe. If cyber thieves are going after the big fish, the pond is relatively safe for everyone else, right? Actually, no. 43% of cyber attacks are directed at small businesses. Let that sink in.