1 in 3 Small to Mid-Sized Businesses Fall Victim to a Data Breach

Why? Cybercriminals leverage the path of least resistance. That means businesses that have limited time and resources to put towards cybersecurity become a prime target. Could your business be in their sights?

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Why is My Organization at Risk?

Customer Data Makes You Vulnerable
All data is valuable to cyber criminals

Storing and accessing customer data mixed with limited resources to dedicate to cybersecurity means your organization may be at a higher risk of suffering a cyber-attack.

92% of Data Breaches due to Human Error
Employees are unaware of risks

66% of cybercriminals rank email phishing as their attack vector of choice. Unsuspecting employees may be fooled by an illegitimate email without thinking twice.

Dark Web Data Can’t Be Erased
Exposed employee credentials

Company accounts can be involved in data breaches too, such as the LinkedIn or Dropbox breaches. These breached credentials can’t be erased and without proactive security and swift remediation, can pose high risks to your network.

Password Reuse is an Epidemic
It’s easier to use one password

59% of individuals admitted to mostly or always using the same password, despite 91% knowing it’s a security risk.* If a breached password is reused, the subsequent accounts are also at risk of being hacked.

*LastPass by LogMeIn - Psychology of Passwords Report

Why Humans?

48% of hackers and incident respondents spend 1-5 hours per week keeping up with security news, trends, and technologies. Technology is a reactive way of thinking, so how can we compete? We need to take a proactive approach to cyber security to stop cybercriminals in their tracks by strengthening employees - your first layer of defense.

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How can we help you protect yourself?



Dark Web Domain Scan

With password reuse and social engineering attacks running rampant, having credentials associated with your organization on the dark web can put your organization at increased risk of becoming a target.

What can we do?

  • Initial scan of your domain status on the dark web - Evaluates vulnerabilities presently facing your organization


Baseline Phishing Assessment

Phishing has become the #1 attack method of choice for cybercriminals due to its high success rate. According to the Ponemon Institute, organizations see a 64% improvement in phishing click rates with a security training program.

What can we do?

  • Phishing campaign sent direct to your employees - Evaluates their ability to detect a possible cyber attack


Annual Security Training

92% of data breaches are caused by human error. Cisco says, “Companies shouldn’t just throw technology at the problem. Up-skilling users and making them more cyber-aware is vital.”

What can we do?

  • 45-minute annual Security Awareness Training course – Reduce employee-induced errors with cybersecurity training. Includes a quiz and printable certificate upon the employee’s successful completion.


Continuous Education Available

Annual security training is a great way to cover the basics of cybersecurity, but repetition equals retention. Ongoing education is key in a robust cybersecurity program.

What can we do?

  • We offer an ongoing education solution – Weekly mini-security training video, monthly security newsletter, continuous phishing and dark web monitoring, an Employee Vulnerability Assessment, & more!

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Assess Your Human Vulnerabilities

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