Network Security Services
Network Security Services | Secure Solutions Technology Partners
Security breaches happen every day and most small- and medium-sized business (SMB) owners think they would never be a target. Unfortunately, the truth is that 61% of all cyber-attacks hit SMB's in 2016. Small businesses are particularly vulnerable because they lack the resources to keep up with the rapidly changing world of hackers, ransomware, malware and ever changing and complex viruses.
One attack can financially cripple a small business or put you into bankruptcy. And if you don't think it will happen to you think again. (Case study of local business hit with Ransomware) Your company's data is important, whether it's employee files, client/prospect databases or financial records. The cost to recover can pile up with legal fees, lost business and not to mention your business reputation.
According to a Netwirks 2017 IT Risk Report:
73% of small businesses don't have a separate information security function
88% of small businesses don't use any software for information security governance or risk management
In this same report, the top obstacles to implementing cyber-security practices are:
57% point to a lack of budget
37% indicated insufficient staff training
54% point to a lack of time
At Secure Solutions Technology Partners we design a multi-level approach to network security that fits within your budget. Whether its firewall intrusion detection, scanning for vulnerabilities, monitoring web traffic, encrypting email or proactively training employees on the latest scams and phishing approaches. We work with you to develop corporate policies and training to help prevent attacks and safeguard your data and your business.
Industry Leading Endpoint Protection Against Diverse Modes of Attack
Trojans, malware, worms, back doors, payload-based
Memory-only malware, no disk-backed indicators
Exploits rooted in Office documents, Adobe files, macros & spear phishing emails
Powershell, WMI, PowerSploit, VBS
Mimikatz, credential scraping, tokens
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