Being proactive with most business concerns is always a good way to operate. That should be the rule when it comes to cybersecurity.
Making sure that you have the right tools for protection in place, instead of reacting to whatever might come your way, brings you peace of mind as a business owner. It also helps those around you do the quality work that needs to take place without concerns about your systems.
Knowing the threats that might be taking place is a great first place to start while considering a rebuild to make your security infrastructure completely threat-proof is a great solution to follow-up on that intelligence.
Threats businesses face
The US Small Business Administration lists four common types of cyberattacks for which every employee should be on guard:
Malware: This is software that is intended to damage servers, clients, networks or individual computers.
Viruses: These are programs that are meant to be passed from computer to computer, or the devices to which they are connected. Cybercriminals get access to systems this way.
Ransomware: This is where vulnerabilities are found in software to infect and restrict computer access to a company, and then extort money from that same company to get back the reigns.
Phishing: Using email or a website link, this type of attack can plant malware or make it easier to get protected information. It also is made to look more like an “official” email or link.
Eliminating threats through a single solution
With CHIPS, we can provide a security rebuilt methodology that hasn’t received any data breaches or hacks since it was launched in 1997. That means no compromise and no complications.
It’s also a single solution instead of having to stack various tools together. Patches, software or firewalls intended to work together are eliminated for one solution for all of your desktops, tablets, laptops and tablets. Those are the most vulnerable targets at a company.
There are three clear direct effects when you consider revising the security infrastructure for your company.
Your operations approve when you have a total security solution for your data. Service disruptions can be solved without having to reallocate resources to answer concerns.
It’s easier to stay on track with cost savings and financial management when you have fewer costs devoted to software and hardware management. It’s also easier to scale your dedicated personnel and predict future needs.
Instead of just solving the problems with security as they present themselves — especially if the need is urgent — you can plan for the future in a way that will not be a strain on your infrastructure or management team.
You can learn more about the solution we offer, AppGuard, and how it can help through one of the webinars we have planned. Our experts demonstrate AppGuard and provide more details on implementation and use for any type of business. Go to our Calendly site to see dates and times.