How Secure is Your Computer Network (Really)?

No one is immune.  The bad guys are equal opportunity hackers, attacking small businesses, and large businesses alike.  Public organizations and non-profits are also being held ransom.  And in most cases, your choices are a) pay the ransom or b) lose your data.

Two steps you can take to ensure that your company is not a victim of ransomware.

1. Follow the advice below, and

2. Get a Security Review to audit your current network security, uncover security holes, and test the “phishing tolerance” of your employees and staff. 

Among other things, your Security Review will assess your firewall configs, account configs, password policies, check for open ports, review backup policies, and more.  You’ll have peace of mind knowing that you have minimized your exposure.