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How secure is your small business from cyber threats?
Small businesses are now the target for over 60% of all cyber security attacks.
It doesn’t make any difference if you’re a small, medium, or large business. You are vulnerable as well as all the records you retain for your customers, employees and vendors. Your odds of being hacked are very good; just one single successful cyber attack can put you out of business and set you up for legal ramifications.
Protect your business from cyber attacks.
According to Caleb Barlow, Vice President – IBM Security, cybercrime netted a whopping $450 billion in profits in 2015, with 2 billion records lost or stolen worldwide. That’s staggering.
As technology gets smarter, so do hackers. Cyber attacks on large companies make big headlines, however, attacks on small businesses are getting far more prevalent. Most small businesses are unprepared to deal with cyber security threats, leaving them especially vulnerable.
TechOne Centre’s IT Security Service is your company’s ultimate ally against cybercrime.
University of Houston Small Business Development Center Seminars
Small businesses are now the target for over 60% of all cyber security attacks. It doesn’t make any difference if you’re a small, medium, or large business. You are vulnerable as well as all the records you retain for your customers, employees and vendors. Your odds of being hacked are very good; just one single successful cyber-attack can put you out of business and set you up for legal ramifications.
Interested in holding a lunch-in-learn or an all-day seminar for your business or community organization?
You will walk away armed with specific actions you can take to protect your business, your clients, your vendors, and your family from cybercrime. This is workshop everyone – especially your employes. It’s presented in plain English and focuses on best practices while using technology to reduce the risk of cyber crime.
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Internet Penetration Tests
A penetration test, also known as a pen test, is an authorised simulated attack on a computer system that looks for security weaknesses, potentially gaining access to the system’s features and data.
The process typically identifies the target systems and a particular goal—then reviews available information and undertakes various means to attain the goal. A penetration test target may be a white box (which provides background and system information) or black box (which provides only basic or no information except the company name). A penetration test can help determine whether a system is vulnerable to attack, if the defenses were sufficient, and which defenses (if any) the test defeated.
Security issues that the penetration test uncovers should be reported to the system owner. Penetration test reports may also assess potential impacts to the organization and suggest counter measures to reduce risk.
The goals of a penetration test varies depending on the type of approved activity for any given engagement with the primary goal focused on finding vulnerabilities that could be exploited by a nefarious actor, and informing the client of those vulnerabilities along with recommended mitigation strategies.
Penetration tests are a component of a full security audit. For example, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard requires penetration testing on a regular schedule, and after system changes.
Information Technology Security Assessments
Information Technology Security Assessment (IT Security Assessment) is an explicit study to locate IT security vulnerabilities and risks.
In an assessment, the assessor should have the full cooperation of the organization being assessed. The organization grants access to its facilities, provides network access, outlines detailed information about the network, etc. All parties understand that the goal is to study security and identify improvements to secure the systems. An assessment for security is potentially the most useful of all security tests.
The goal of a security assessment (also known as a security audit, security review, or network assessment, is to ensure that necessary security controls are integrated into the design and implementation of a project. A properly completed security assessment should provide documentation outlining any security gaps between a project design and approved corporate security policies. Management can address security gaps in three ways: Management can decide to cancel the project, allocate the necessary resources to correct the security gaps, or accept the risk based on an informed risk / reward analysis.
Total Device Management and Security in the Cloud
The MaaS360 platform offers something no other vendor does; true software-as- a-service (SaaS) that delivers instant business mobile device (MDM), application (MAM), document and expense management—all from a single screen.
Built on a secure, multi-tenant cloud architecture, MaaS360 enables instant business mobility management in just minutes with effortless scalability, whether from ten to 100,000 users, and seamless integration into existing business systems. And because there are no servers to install, upgrades to the latest technology are automatic. Affordability is unmatched with no upfront costs and no expensive change management.
Multi-Platform Device Management
Founded in 1992, FileWave provides business, education and government institutions from around the world with enterprise level multi-platform systems and mobile device management. See how FileWave’s products and features provide a comprehensive solution throughout the entire life cycle process of imaging, deployment, management and maintenance.
You can use FileWave to manage iOS and Android devices within the same interface you use to manage your Mac and Windows clients. FileWave supports Apple’s Mobile Device Management (MDM). Its Layered and Institution models and Configurator provide seamless integration for app and profile deployment, resetting passwords, data protection, remote wipe, inventory reporting and more.
Apple Device Management
Bring the legendary Apple experience to your organization. Whether you have ten or ten thousand devices, JAMF helps you empower your end users to be more creative, productive, and happier—all while making your life easier.
Empower employees and increase productivity with streamlined Apple device management.
For Small Business:
Help your small or inexperienced IT staff do more with Apple through simplified management.
For K-12 Education:
Personalize the classroom experience with better access to rich educational resources.
For Higher Education:
Maintain institutional security protocols and protect sensitive staff and student information.
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