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IT security is ever evolving. Are you keeping up?

IT security is everAre you keeping up?

The rules of the game are changing. Your efforts around IT security must be more strategic than ever and focused in these areas:

INFRASTRUCTURE

PROCESSES

PEOPLE

Where do you start?

The rules of the game are changing. Your efforts around IT security must be more strategic than ever and focused in these areas:

Infrastructure

Processes

People

Where do you start?

Make It Hard to Harm You

By properly reinforcing your network with modern security measures, you can effectively block malicious attempts to break in and encrypt or destroy valuable data.

To do this well, you need a variety of advanced security solutions that are properly deployed and configured. Old school anti-virus, a default spam filter, and the same old ignored firewall simply aren’t enough anymore.
You also need experts that will help you balance this security alongside accessibility to ensure your team remains productive under necessary enhanced security restrictions.

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Remain Vigilant

If only you could stop at choosing the right solutions.

Proper security requires diligence and expert knowledge to run patches that keep you safe and withhold patches that are determined to be more harmful than good. It also requires consistent and frequent testing of backups to ensure they can be restored in the event of a data loss.

And your ever-expanding list of best practices? They must be reviewed quarterly or even monthly to ensure they are being properly applied.

Train Your People Well

Maintaining a solid network infrastructure is only one step towards protecting your data. Whether it’s included in your job description or not, every team member is responsible for the digital security of your organization. When effectively trained and tested, your team can serve as your greatest defense in stopping a potentially devastating cyber-attack.

By establishing monthly, weekly, or daily testing, you can evaluate frequent offenders and establish a zero-tolerance policy to maintain a work culture that promotes security.

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Our solution protects organizations with some of the most stringent regulations, including governments, health care entities, and financial institutions. We're confident it can protect you too. If you want to have peace of mind about your infrastructure's ability to withstand an event and avoid both data loss and unnecessary downtime, fill out the form below and ask us about Essential IT.

Technology Team Collaborating on a tablet computer in an office

Make It Hard to Harm You

By properly reinforcing your network with modern security measures, you can effectively block malicious attempts to break in and encrypt or destroy valuable data.

To do this well, you need a variety of advanced security solutions that are properly deployed and configured. Old school anti-virus, a default spam filter, and the same old ignored firewall simply aren’t enough anymore.

You also need experts that will help you balance this security alongside accessibility to ensure your team remains productive under enhanced security restrictions.

technology staff collaborating on computers

Remain Vigilant

If only you could stop at choosing the right solutions. Proper security requires diligence and expert knowledge to run patches that keep you safe and withhold patches that are quickly determined to be more harmful than good. It also requires consistent and frequent testing of backups to ensure they can be restored in the event of a data loss.

And your ever-expanding list of best practices? They must be reviewed quarterly or even monthly to ensure they are being properly applied.

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Train Your People Well

Maintaining a solid network infrastructure is only one step towards protecting your data. Whether it’s included in your job description or not, every team member is responsible for the digital security of your organization. When effectively trained and tested, your team can serve as your greatest defense in stopping a potentially devastating cyber-attack.

By establishing monthly, weekly, or daily testing, you can evaluate frequent offenders and establish a zero-tolerance policy to maintain a work culture that promotes security.

header_cta2

Our solution protects organizations with some of the most stringent regulations, including governments, health care entities, and financial institutions. We're confident it can protect you too. If you want to have peace of mind about your infrastructure's ability to withstand an event and avoid both data loss and unnecessary downtime, fill out the form below and ask us about Essential IT.