What’s my Cyber Risk?

Answer these questions to see how you and your business stack up against the bad guys.

  • Are your employees given CONTINUAL cybersecurity training?

    Employees unknowingly cause 80% of all cybersecurity issues. And these threats change continually! Most employees know not to open email attachments from untrusted sources will prevent viruses and malware, but hackers are getting smarter. Today social engineering scams trick employees into giving away sensitive information, that could lead to ransomware attacks. Continual cybersecurity training can prevent these costly mistakes.

  • Would you consider your employees to be tech savvy?

    Technology is progressing so fast that even the smartest employees can’t keep up. Most employees use virus protection software on their home computers to prevent malware infections. When those attacks occur, most employees will use an antivirus software recognizing that their computer has been infected with a virus or malware. But do they know that email security goes beyond scanning questionable attachments? Can they recognize a well-crafted phishing scam and prevent phishing attacks?

     

    If they are working remotely, they may not have easy access to someone to help them avoid a problem. If they guess their way through a problem, it could be disastrous for the company.

  • Do you have a dedicated IT department?

    Unless you have an IT staff which trains every employee on internet security on a continual basis (and most companies do not), your company is at risk of cyberattacks.

  • Is there a procedure in place to handle cybersecurity attacks and data breaches once they occur?

    83% of companies don’t have a cybersecurity plan, putting sensitive company data at risk.

  • Do you have employees who work remotely?

    Often, if remote employees don’t have easy access to an IT person, they tend to make bad choices. Since remote employees often have access to your company information through a VPN connection, failure to provide data protection training could put your company data or files at risk.

  • Do you have company proprietary data or a customer’s sensitive information on your network servers?

    When there is a data breach, hackers can destroy, lock or steal your files and your customer data. This breach could result in a lawsuit against you, if you did not have safeguards in place to keep their data safe. Network security is every employee’s responsibility. Just one data breach could cost you your business.

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  • Are your employees given CONTINUAL cybersecurity training?

    Employees unknowingly cause 80% of all cybersecurity issues. And these threats change continually! Most employees know not to open email attachments from untrusted sources will prevent viruses and malware, but hackers are getting smarter. Today social engineering scams trick employees into giving away sensitive information, that could lead to ransomware attacks. Continual cybersecurity training can prevent these costly mistakes.

  • Would you consider your employees to be tech savvy?

    Technology is progressing so fast that even the smartest employees can’t keep up. Most employees use virus protection software on their home computers to prevent malware infections. When those attacks occur, most employees will use an antivirus software recognizing that their computer has been infected with a virus or malware. But do they know that email security goes beyond scanning questionable attachments? Can they recognize a well-crafted phishing scam and prevent phishing attacks?

     

    If they are working remotely, they may not have easy access to someone to help them avoid a problem. If they guess their way through a problem, it could be disastrous for the company.

  • Do you have a dedicated IT department?

    Unless you have an IT staff which trains every employee on internet security on a continual basis (and most companies do not), your company is at risk of cyberattacks.

  • Is there a procedure in place to handle cybersecurity attacks and data breaches once they occur?

    83% of companies don’t have a cybersecurity plan, putting sensitive company data at risk.

  • Do you have employees who work remotely?

    Often, if remote employees don’t have easy access to an IT person, they tend to make bad choices. Since remote employees often have access to your company information through a VPN connection, failure to provide data protection training could put your company data or files at risk.

  • Do you have company proprietary data or a customer’s sensitive information on your network servers?

    When there is a data breach, hackers can destroy, lock or steal your files and your customer data. This breach could result in a lawsuit against you, if you did not have safeguards in place to keep their data safe. Network security is every employee’s responsibility. Just one data breach could cost you your business.

Answer these questions to see how you and your business stack up against the bad guys.

Click Hereto learn how you can survive in today’s Global Internet War for less than 25 cents per employee per day.

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What’s my Cyber Risk?

Take this quick survey to see how you and your business stack up against the bad guys.

  • Are your employees given CONTINUAL cybersecurity training?

    Employees unknowingly cause 80% of all cybersecurity issues. And these threats change continually! Most employees know not to open email attachments from untrusted sources will prevent viruses and malware, but hackers are getting smarter. Today social engineering scams trick employees into giving away sensitive information, that could lead to ransomware attacks. Continual cybersecurity training can prevent these costly mistakes.

  • Would you consider your employees to be tech savvy?

    Technology is progressing so fast that even the smartest employees can’t keep up. Most employees use virus protection software on their home computers to prevent malware infections. When those attacks occur, most employees will use an antivirus software recognizing that their computer has been infected with a virus or malware. But do they know that email security goes beyond scanning questionable attachments? Can they recognize a well-crafted phishing scam and prevent phishing attacks?

     

    If they are working remotely, they may not have easy access to someone to help them avoid a problem. If they guess their way through a problem, it could be disastrous for the company.

  • Do you have a dedicated IT department?

    Unless you have an IT staff which trains every employee on internet security on a continual basis (and most companies do not), your company is at risk of cyberattacks.

  • Is there a procedure in place to handle cybersecurity attacks and data breaches once they occur?

    83% of companies don’t have a cybersecurity plan, putting sensitive company data at risk.

  • Do you have employees who work remotely?

    Often, if remote employees don’t have easy access to an IT person, they tend to make bad choices. Since remote employees often have access to your company information through a VPN connection, failure to provide data protection training could put your company data or files at risk.

  • Do you have company proprietary data or a customer’s sensitive information on your network servers?

    When there is a data breach, hackers can destroy, lock or steal your files and your customer data. This breach could result in a lawsuit against you, if you did not have safeguards in place to keep their data safe. Network security is every employee’s responsibility. Just one data breach could cost you your business.

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to learn how you can survive in today’s Global Internet War for less than 25 cents per employee per day.