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Protect your Business and Your Customers by Educating your Front Line

[fa icon="calendar'] May 9, 2018 / by Communications posted in Disaster Preparedness, Cyber Security, People Patching

 

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Cybersecurity: A Game Plan for a Successful Business

[fa icon="calendar'] April 26, 2018 / by Communications posted in Disaster Preparedness, Cyber Security, Virtual CIO

 

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Be one of the 19% of Companies Prepared for a Cyber Attack

[fa icon="calendar'] April 17, 2018 / by Communications posted in Disaster Preparedness, Cyber Security

 

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Is Your Company on Board with Cyber Security and Risk?

[fa icon="calendar'] October 20, 2017 / by Communications posted in Disaster Preparedness, Cyber Security

 

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Are Your DRP (Disaster Recovery) and BCP (Business Continuity) Plans Ready?

[fa icon="calendar'] September 25, 2017 / by Communications posted in Disaster Preparedness, Virtual CIO

You’re watching the approach of a hurricane - you have batteries, water, food, and a safe room should the cone turn your direction. You’ve planned for you and your family – have you done the same for your business? Your customers and employees are counting on you to have a DRP and a BCP in place to ensure the continued operation and future health of your company following a disaster. A DRP is a Disaster Recovery Plan which is the process by which a company recovers their access to software, data and hardware that is necessary to resuming critical business functions as soon as possible. The outline of steps for exactly how a company will resume their critical business functions is the BCP or Business Continuity Plan. Every BCP incorporates a strong DRP.

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SMB Cybersecurity: 5 Steps to Improve Your Network Security

[fa icon="calendar'] April 13, 2017 / by Dan Madigan posted in Tech Tips, Disaster Preparedness, Cyber Security

We have all seen numerous large companies being hacked: Yahoo, Sony, and Target to name just a few. Rarely do we hear about small businesses - do they really stand a chance against hackers and security incidents? Being an SMB (<500 employees) might make you think that no hacker would bother stealing your data, but, just because you’re small does not mean your information is safe.

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