Helping Small Business Owners in the Washington DC area fight back against cyber criminals
Cyber Criminals have increased their attacks on small companies. Every small business has been attacked, is being attacked or will be attacked in the near future. Business owners are liable when data is compromised from an attack.
We are here to help Business owners fight back. We help them locate and identify their data, help protect the data and reduce the business overall risk foot print.
Contact us today for a free no obligation consultation on how you can reduce your risk foot print.
Digital Risk Management (DRM) is the next evolution in enterprise risk and security for organizations that increasingly rely on digital processes to run their business.
Technology management is the combination of science, engineering and management knowledge and practice, with technology as the central means of wealth and value creation.
Compliance risk management is the process of managing corporate compliance to meet regulations within a workable timeframe and budget.
5 things you can do right now to reduce cyber attacks!
Start at the top
Employees follow management. Have a top down approach for preventing Cyber attacks. People at the top of the organization are targeted by cyber criminals because they have more access to the data and feel they won’t be attacked.
Policy and Procedures
Companies with good policy and procedures have employees that are more aware of cyber attacks and have less attacks. Don’t just create procedures and put them on the shelf. Train and remind your users on the proper use of the procedures and polices.
Change your passwords often and use unique password for each login. Never use the same password for corporate and personal accounts. Password manager is your friend.
Keep your systems up to date. Hardware and software vendors to provide patches for free because they are bored. The patches are to help protect you known attacks.
Most attacks are now coming into the system via phishing emails. Learn to identify phishing emails. Avoid open emails from people you don’t know. If you received and odd request from someone you know, call them about it. Do not respond to the email. Let your IT Staff know of any suspicious emails before you click or respond.