It’s only a matter of time, and the hacker will find an open door and let themselves into your company!
Each and every one of us knows someone or a company that has been affected by a Virus, Spyware, and Ransomware.
Dataedge has been providing data infrastructure, data management, and storage solutions for 20 years plus. We follow the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and aim to always architect high-availability secure solutions for our client’s data assets. Dataedge has been working with our clients to provide a few more layers of security for their operations.
There are so many areas of security to focus on, and we have listed a few below. It’s our job to help you navigate the best approach and help address weak links to help protect the company from a breach and help recover with little to no effect on the business.
Network Security – is a practice of securing your computers and networks from attackers and malware.
Application Security – keeping the application software and your devices free from threats.
Information Security – protecting the integrity and privacy of your data information with where you store your data and also when your data is transmitted.
Mobile Security – being aware of applications on your devices that may cause you to be unprotected and keeping up with software updates.
Operations Security – managing and protecting your data assets is critical, along with how your user’s access company data — not storing critical data on local machines for one.
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity – we think of DR and BC as a reliable tool to respond to a cybersecurity event by restoring the operations to the same level as before the breach.
End-User Education – working with employees to educating them is vital. It only takes one person to click on a suspicious email to bring the company to its knees. Teaching your employees good security practices is so important to reduce the frequency of accidental incidents to your companies operations and customer reputation.
Email Security – many threats can be prevented. But it seems, many of our clients don’t invest in this technology until it becomes a problem. One of the most common hacks today is the hackers mimics an email address of your co-workers, boss, or vendor to create an event to socially entice an email recipient to open the email and download a file or click on a link to engage you into the hack.
We look forward to learning more about your Cybersecurity needs, contact us today and let’s have a conversation.
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