Are You Protected From A Data Breach?

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Think cybercriminals only target big companies?

More than 75% of data breaches target small and medium sized business (SMBs), and that can result in costs both financially and to your reputation.

  • 1. TRAIN YOUR EMPLOYEES

    Train your employees to help protect your sensitive data.

  • 2. PROTECT YOUR NETWORK

    Protect your network with VPNs, firewalls, vulnerability scans, penetration testing, etc.

  • 3. Secure your devices

    Identify, track, and secure (encrypt) your employee’s devices – smartphones, USB drives, tablets, and laptops.

  • 4. SECURE PHYSICAL SPACE

    Track and log visitors, limit access with locked doors.

  • 5. create clear policies

    Create clear and concise written policies on the use and disposal of sensitive data.

  • 6. WHERE’S YOUR DATA?

    Locate, understand, and limit where all of your sensitive data resides.

  • 7. PROPER DISPOSAL PROCEDURES

    Ensure that you have the proper procedures and documents in place to dispose of any devices, equipment, and paper records.

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