Today’s network security environment is more complex than ever. To truly protect your business assets against advanced threats – including never before seen “Day Zero” attacks – you need sophisticated security using the latest technology.
Despite the emphasis on phishing awareness, employees are still falling for this widely-used social engineering tactic. While teaching good cyber hygiene is still a core component of a well-rounded cybersecurity strategy, it’s no silver bullet.
No company is too small to be targeted for a cyber attack. According to the National Small Business Association, 42 percent of its members reported being the victim of a cyber attack, and when they do suffer an attack, 60 percent of small businesses will close their doors within six months, according to US National Cyber Security Alliance.
Until recently, performing a structured network risk assessment may well have been the last thing on the minds of most healthcare providers. IT services were planned and scheduled based on the essentials – and what could be performed with zero disruption to essential care operations.
Now, the world has changed. Ransomware attacks are consistently growing in size, scope, and sophistication. These attacks can cause healthcare operations to slam to a halt in a matter of just a few minutes. Restoring services can easily cost millions of dollars.
IT security threats are growing by the day, and enterprises of all sizes need firewall management services they can rely on. Selecting a trusted security partner to lead your firewall is the fastest way to get peace of mind so you can focus on what your business does best.