Small to mid-size companies are beginning to wake to the real dangers that
must be mitigated if a company is going to do business safely online.
What’s brought about this turning point in their thinking?
News stories appear almost daily detailing the pain inflicted on businesses and individuals by cybercriminals. For every story that makes it to the newspaper or television news broadcast, there is another story of cybercrime that doesn’t.
So, let’s ask the question again.
How protected is your business against these threats?
IT Security is a term that leans toward the securing of information whereas the term “cybersecurity” speaks more to the protection of the components of a networked environment. However, in practical terms, the two are interchangeable.
Putting a cybersecurity strategy in place is not the same as building a house. When you build a home, once you’re done, you’re done. Sure, there are maintenance tasks that you have to do on your home, but the big job is done.
Cybersecurity is different.
Implementation is just the beginning.
Because the criminals don’t stop dreaming up new ways to infiltrate your IT environment and steal your data, proprietary information, and client data. As a result, cybersecurity has to be a continual process of guarding, assessing, discovering vulnerabilities, remediating, and reassessing. Each horizon-level threat must be monitored to determine its harmful potential.
Every step of our process is designed to keep your business safe from those who would like to do harm.
The software, protocols, and cloud solutions that Unetec Group uses are either designed to meet industry and legislative compliance mandates or are configurable to meet the major compliance standards imposed on business.