The hard truth for any business is you are at extreme risk. How to avoid being a sitting duck to Cybercriminals and protect everything you’ve worked so hard to achieve.
Hacks are becoming more vicious, more frequent. Today, thanks to advancements in technology – and an ever-increasing trend of storing financial and personal information on 3rd party cloud platforms – the new “train” robberies are cyber-crime related.
Think about it: If a criminal wanted to rob 100,000 people at once, they couldn’t do it the “old fashioned” way. Today, all is needed is a hack into a single, large “platform” and they can use advanced technology to instantly rob millions – and they are as you can tell by the increasing number of attacks that make the news every day.
For the first time in history, cybercrime is now the most prevalent type of crime against businesses.
There were 137.5 million new malware incidents in 2018 and 25 million new incidents in 2019.
In 2018, 93% of malware was polymorphic, meaning it has the ability to change its code to evade detection.
Indirect costs of not being ready for an inevitable cybercrime attack:
Costs of not protecting employee and client data
Reputational damage, loss of credibility in the marketplace
Loss of clients for not protecting data, or being unable to service them
Class action lawsuits, individual lawsuits
Legal fees to handle a breach
Compliance lawsuits (fines for non-compliance)
Replacement of data corrupted or “locked” from ransomware
The real cost of downtime and lost productivity
QUVECTA can help. Call us today and we will immediately go through these three steps to protect your business investment:
Step 1: Threat Assessment
What’s lacking in your security right now? Are your systems truly backed up? Where are you exposed to risk?
Step 2: Create An Action Plan And Implement It!
Based on what’s discovered, an action plan is created and implemented to protect if and when an attack happens. This prevents you from being an easy target.
Step 3: Ongoing Maintenance
You definitely don’t want to take a “set-it-and-forget-it” approach to security – your attackers are certainly not.
We are happy to answer any questions you may have on a quick call and follow up with a free consultation to better understand your business.