Recognize the Warning Signs of Cyber Intrusion

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Hackers for hire are breaking into thousands of small businesses like yours. They’re stealing bank account information, credit card and Social Security numbers, customer and patient private data, and taking money directly out of business bank accounts. According to the FBI, the threat is incredibly serious and growing. Cyber intrusions are becoming more commonplace, more dangerous, and more sophisticated which is why it’s essential to protect yourself now, to prevent an attack later.

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We rely on technology more than ever. Having a data breach can cause more than a few viruses. Some devastating data breaches can have a catastrophic effect on your financial bottom line. It is essential that your business has a strong cybersecurity in place.

“There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.”

No one is immune. It doesn’t matter if your business is big or small, hackers can find their way into critical information. Our cyber security services prevent your business from experiencing downtime and keeps your information safe. Because we know technology that goes unprotected just isn’t good for business.

Hackers Just Don't Care: An Internal Checklist

When a hacker chooses a target, the criteria for landing on their hit list is…well, nonexistent. Most hackers don’t have a particular “type”. They’ll go after anyone, at any time. CEO’s have to consistently ask themselves questions about their company and how to protect against hacking and cybersecurity. You may think you’re the exception to the rule, but the simple truth is that hackers don’t care. 

Go through the checklist to see where you stand.

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5 Ways to Prepare for, Respond To, And Recover From A Cyberattack.

Cybersecurity Threats, Cyberattack Sources Of Breaches, Cybersecurity Attack Readiness, Recovery From Cyberattacks

National Cyber Security Awareness Month: Are you Protected?

It is a cumulative effort between Homeland Security, industry professionals, and the people to ensure safety and security for everyone online. Here are some tips for businesses and people at home to consider when ensuring the protection of their valuable personal data and confidential information on the Internet:

  1. Keep your software and operating systems up to date. This will prevent security gaps and limit system vulnerabilities that hackers can exploit.

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National Cyber Security Month

National Cyber Security Awareness Month is observed in October. Here are a few tips on how you bring some awareness.

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71% of Ransomware Attacks Target Small Businesses!

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Don’t Leave Your Information Up For Grabs.

A cyber attack can compromise confidential information and leave your business feeling helpless. Be proactive with cyber security to ensure your an attack doesn’t affect your business. Next I.T. will provide a secure system that keeps your daily business operations running safely. What are you waiting for?

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How To Make your Employees Care About Cyber Security

People are the largest security vulnerability in any organization. Here’s some expert advice on how to make cybersecurity training more effective and protect your business.

8 Cyber Security Best Practices For Your Small To Medium-Size Business

How does your SMB Avoid being a victim of a cyber-attack? This guide will provide you with 8 best practices for SMB cyber security.

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7 Surprising Ways to Prepare Your Website for Cyber Attacks

  1. Stay Up-to-date With Cyberattack News
    The best offense is a good defense. To prepare for, respond to, and recover from an attack, you need to know what you are up against. You can prepare for Cyberattack by keeping up to date on current cyber threats to your company.

Questions Every CEO Needs to Ask about Cyber Security

How informed is your team about the vulnerability to and potential impact of cyber attacks on your company?

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