Network management services in Denver: You’re not immune. The most harmful thought you can have is “it won’t happen to me,” or “I don’t visit unsafe websites.” Cyber criminals don’t discriminate in targeting all sorts of users. Be proactive. Not all mistakes can be undone with “ctrl + Z”.
Learn about Phishing Scams – be very suspicious of emails, phone calls, and flyers. We recently blogged that phishing scams are nastier than ever this year. In a phishing scheme attempt, the attacker poses as someone or something the sender is not to trick the recipient into divulging credentials, clicking a malicious link, or opening an attachment that infects the user’s system with malware, trojan, or zero-day vulnerability exploit. This often leads to a ransomware attack. In fact, 90% of ransomware attacks originate from phishing attempts.
We’re proud to be a penetration testing company you can trust to keep you safe. We provide web application penetration testing. Our experienced certified experts will review your site and find the holes before bad actors do. We scour your website and the internet to find any information you do not want out there. Don’t wait until your website is hacked and you have to file a breach-report. Find out if you have any security issues. Don’t be the last one to know that your data has been stolen. We will review and provide a report to you and your staff that details the issues with your website. We will work with you and your team to fix any issues that we find. We are certified to help you with your PCI or HIPAA requirements. Find additional info at Penetration testing company.
Lock Devices Down. Most smartphones, laptops, and tablets come equipped with security settings that will enable you to lock the device using a PIN number or fingerprint ID. Do this on every available device. While traveling, change the PIN numbers you regularly use. In the event that any of your devices have been momentarily misplaced or forgotten, this will be the first line of defense against a security breach.
Enable HTTPs on Your Website. HTTPs websites have an SSL/TLS Certificate installed onto their servers. This certificate will encrypt all data transmitted from browser to server, whether that’s personal or financial info that’s submitted through the site or the contents of the webpage, from eavesdroppers (e.g. malicious parties, government surveillance). SSL Certificates can also tie your brand identity to your web presence, helping visitors know that your site is actually run by your company and not an imposter (i.e. phishing site). EV SSL makes this extra clear by turning the address bar green and prominently displaying your company name.
Is your network slow? Almost out of storage space? Are people are having trouble doing their work efficiently? Over time, networks get bogged down, technology becomes outdated and hard drives fill up. We review our clients networks and take the necessary steps to clean them up and make them work again. We will review your network, the logs, and issues that are being seen, and will help guide you to a proper solution. See extra info on Managed IT services.