of organizations surveyed in 2016 had at least one data breach.
Many of our competitors use security as a way to scare potential clients. (After all, nothing sells like fear.) This is an opportunity to throw around a lot of industry jargon and scary sounding terms like “Formalized incident response and cyber-triage.”
The reality is that security comes down to cost versus risk.
Network security can easily be understood with an example everyone is familiar with, office security. Most businesses have locks on their doors and windows. Some offices have alarm systems, or even a 24-hour monitoring system. All of this comes down to cost versus risk. Wouldn’t it be more secure to have your office decked out like Fort Knox, guards patrolling through the cubicles? Of course it would be, but for the average business owner the risk involved does not justify that level of cost.
Our job is to help you understand the risks, the cost to protect against them, and the actual impact you’d face by not protecting against the risk. Together we can determine your level of risk tolerance, and build a plan that protects your business.
Many businesses in the banking, medical, and financial fields have their own unique set of security requirements to which they must comply. We work with clients across a number of industries to ensure these needs are being met.