9 Tips to Decrease Your Security Risk
Has your company…
- Increased the size of its remote workforce?
- Moved locations?
- Hired more people?
If so, it’s highly likely that your attack surface has increased, making your company more vulnerable.
Take the first step in improving your security posture by downloading our “9 Tips to Decrease your Security Risk” checklist.
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Deciding between keeping IT security tasks in-house or relying on a partner with specialized expertise, can be compared to managing home improvement projects. There are many things you can try to repair using the Do-It-Yourself approach. If everything goes just right, you might save yourself some money, and hopefully, you’ve got time left over to relax. But what if everything goes wrong?
Take a moment and think about your company’s network as your home. In our houses, we go to great length to secure ourselves—doorknob locks, deadbolts, smart locks. Now look at your corporate network, how do you feel about the front door of your network? Does it give you the same sense of security that the front door of your home does? This is why we need network security.
Once ransomware is resident on a system, it can be a simple money collection exercise or a means to an end to capture intellectual property. Lost intellectual property may allow an organization in another country to leap forward and deliver your discoveries.