ADVANCED IT SECURITY MEASURES
There is a growing risk of malicious damage caused by viruses, malware, ransomware, theft and disgruntled employees.
More than 317 million new pieces of malware, computer viruses or other malicious software, were created last year alone1 and 62% of cyber-breach victims are small to mid-size businesses2. The average direct costs of a security breach on small businesses are estimated to be $38,0003. These numbers are growing at an exponential rate. We respond by employing a number of overlapping security measures that are updated around the clock to keep your company safe.
Our engineers install, update and maintain the latest antivirus systems to keep your data safe and secure. When a new virus is discovered, your system will be updated immediately with the needed protection. We will also provide you with the most effective anti-spam solutions available to eliminate the negative impact of unsolicited email (spam). We offer authorized antivirus products and services from globally recognized manufacturers such as Webroot, Trend Micro, Symantec, SonicWALL, Microsoft and more!
24/7 management & monitoring.
We provide system-wide anti-virus license, management and support.
We provide system-wide anti-malware license, management and support.
Cloud-based spam and virus protection.
Detailed online usage reports and web site blocking.
We also strongly recommend taking advantage of our:
BACK-UP & DISASTER RECOVERY (BDR) PLAN
Available with out Managed IT Service Plans.
1 ”Nearly 1 million new malware threats released every day.” CNNMoney (2015) Retrieved from http://money.cnn.com/2015/04/14/technology/security/cyber-attack-hacks-security/
2 “Small, mid-sized businesses hit by 62% of all cyber attacks.” PropertyCasualty360 (2015) Retrieved from http://www.propertycasualty360.com/2015/05/27/small-mid-sized-businesses-hit-by-62-of-all-cyber
3 “Worried About a Cyberattack? What It Could Cost Your Small Business” Business News Daily (2015) Retrieved from http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/8475-cost-of-cyberattack.html