Cybersecurity Solutions for Small Businesses in Round Rock, and surrounding cities.
Protecting your data, Protecting your business!
How safe is your vital personal and business information?
What if your data was stolen? Or if confidential information was passed on to your competitors? Even if you have security measures in place you could still become the victim of a data breach, costing you time and money.
Small businesses are increasingly having to deal with the high cost of cybersecurity, and it doesn't really have to be that hard.
Managed IT Security helps to protect your systems, minimize data theft and safeguard your business by:
We take away the worry of data theft, leaving you to concentrate on growing your business and increasing your revenues.
What does it cover?
The Solution: BinaryGuardian℠ Managed sECURITY sUITE
Our BinaryGuardian℠ Suite of Managed Security Services were built from the ground up to keep your computer network secure and to give you a little breathing room with your budget.
The lineup of services allows you to leverage the best technology available while receiving expert configuration and support.
We will monitor your computer and network systems, administer your cyber protection and help plan your strategic approach to data security, 24/7, with these services:
Detailed analysis of your IT network to identify any potential security risks and to offer guidance to ensure your business is not exposed to external threats and any applicable compliance requirements are being addressed.
Meeting ongoing security, audit and regulatory compliance requirements can be time consuming and expensive. Managed Audits provides periodic assessment and reports on your network vulnerability, compliance and configuration status.
Total desktop security solution including Anti-Virus, Anti-Malware, Hosted Intrusion Protection. Our enterprise-class IT support and monitoring capabilities empower us to dramatically reduce the time it takes to diagnose and resolve network problems or failures.
What can you expect from each service?
- Checks anti-virus measures
- Monitors threats and security incidents
- Scans systems
- Produces regular reports
- Highlights issues and threats early on
- Builds up a picture of systems’ security
- Step towards making your data more secure
- Malware protection
- Email security
- Security updates
- Produces regular reports
- Keeps data accessible and safe
- Provides the latest protection
- Removes the stress of data attacks
- Frees up valuable IT resources
- Strategic advice
- Hack testing
- Guidance and policies
- Produces regular audits, reports and recommendations
- Complete peace of mind about data security
- Comprehensive testing of defense systems
- Action plan to build up protection
- Unified company-wide approach to data protection
In-House vs Outsource
A common dilemma facing many small organizations is the question of whether to outsource, or try to manage cyber security in-house.
Deciding to manage IT security in-house will require a lot of time commitment from your staff because it involves a lot of research, and high technical skill-sets, which in all likelihood, your employees do not have.
In addition, once you think you’ve found the right technology, there is the challenge of proper configuration.
A lot of the breaches in the news today are mainly due to poorly configured systems having full access to the Internet. Finally, there is the resources needed for continuous maintenance.
Suffice to say that to accomplish a robust security posture for your organization, you will have to hire, train and retain a cybersecurity specialist, if you can find them in today’s tight cybersecurity job market.
We recommend outsourcing to a Managed Security Service Provider (also called an MSSP), like Tech Prognosis.
We have professionals on staff who are specifically trained for this line of work, and it is all they do.
Let us manage your IT security so you don’t have to.
What Are the Consequences of a Cyber-Attack?
The growth and sophistication of cyber-criminals, ransomware and hacker attacks has reached epic levels. CEOs and executives like you can no longer ignore it or foolishly think “that won’t happen to us” because when you fall victim to a cyber-attack, even if it was not your organization’s fault, people will either call you stupid, or irresponsible.
Here are some of the negative impact of a successful cyber attack:
When a data breach happens, do you think your customers will rally around you? Or have sympathy? News like this travels fast on social media. They will demand answers: HAVE YOU BEEN RESPONSIBLE in putting appropriate protections in place, or will you have to tell your clients, “Sorry, we got hacked because we didn’t think it would happen to us,” or “We didn’t want to spend the money.” Is that going to be sufficient to pacify them?
According to the Ponemon Institute, the average cost of a data breach is $225 per record compromised, after factoring in IT recovery costs, lost revenue, downtime, fines, legal fees, etc.
Some hackers don’t lock your data for ransom or steal money. Often they use your server, website or profile to spread viruses and/or compromise other PCs. If they hack your website, they can use it to relay spam, run malware, build SEO pages or promote their religious or political ideals.
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