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Cybersecurity Solutions for Maximum Control over your Business

Protect yourself from Phishing
Avoid Malware attacks
Don’t pay the cost of Ransomware
Save your company from Data Breaches
Don’t fall for comprised email

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Cybersecurity Solutions for Maximum Control over your Business

The modern enterprise is composed of new and more sophisticated tools that generate an endless amount of sensitive data that can be useful to anyone with dark objectives. Nowadays, there are more users, more devices, and programs to monitor and if you’re lacking the in the security department you’re at risk of jeopardizing the integrity of your business and the trust of your clients. That is why you need the highest level of security for your business to prevent cyber attackers to taking over your activities. Protect yourself with a partner that is on the constant lookout of the next threat.

Protect yourself from Phishing

Phishing is a hacking scheme that tricks users into downloading harmful messages. This scheme appears like a regular email using legitimate-looking links, attachments, business names, and logos. The email persuades users to take action, whether it’s clicking a link or downloading an attachment. A phishing email may also have a clickbait subject line that catches your eye. Whale phishing is another form of email phishing that’s targeted at company executives. Alternatively, spear-phishing sends emails to other specific members of a business to steal information.

Avoid Malware attacks

Malware, also known as malicious software, hacks devices by either slowing them down significantly or stopping them from working entirely. It destroys computer systems through agents such as trojan malware, spyware, viruses, ransomware, adware, and worms.

Don't pay the cost of Ransomware

Ransomware is a specific form of malware that encrypts a user’s computer systems. Once a ransomware attack has been implemented, users can no longer access their systems or files. In order for users to re-access their systems, they’re required to pay a ransom fee to the cybercriminals.

Data Breaches

A data breach occurs when sensitive data is stolen from a system without authorization from the system owner. Confidential user information can include but isn’t limited to credit card numbers, social security numbers, names, home addresses, email addresses, user names, and passwords.

Compromised Password

Compromised passwords most often occur when a user enters their login credentials unknowingly on a fake website. Common username and password combinations also leave accounts more vulnerable to attacks. Password reuse across multiple platforms can make your systems even more susceptible to hackers, leaving multiple accounts at high risk.

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