Free Executive Brief:
The 7 Most Critical IT Security Protections Every Business
Must Have In Place Now To Protect Themselves From Cybercrime,
Data Breaches And Hacker Attacks
82,000 NEW malware threats are being released every day, and businesses (and their bank accounts) are the #1 target. To make matter worse, a data breach exposing client or patient information can quickly escalate into serious reputational damage, fines, civil lawsuits and costly litigation. If you want to have any hope of avoiding a cyber-attack, you MUST read this report and act on the information we’re providing. We’ll cover:
This FREE Executive Brief Will Discuss:
- The #1 threat to your business that even the BEST firewalls and anti-virus software can’t protect against (and what you need to do now to remedy it).
- The biggest security risks with cloud computing and what you need to do to stay safe if you’re going to store client data, confidential data and financial information in the cloud.
- A common misconception about business bank fraud that will shock you – and 3 simple things you can do to protect your bank account from unauthorized access and theft.
- How to keep your network secure with the proliferation of mobile devices, cloud applications, e-mail, and social media sites connecting to your computer network.
We’ll also sign you up for our Security Tip Series and Cyber Security Alerts to notify you if a new and highly dangerous threat is released so you and your employees can be on high alert for it.
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"Without IT2, our break-in would have been horrible."
When thieves kicked in our office window and stole my computer, I contacted your 24/7 service department and we immediately changed passwords for email and critical programs. Just a year ago this would have been a full-blown catastrophe, with confidential data compromised. But because we signed up for CompleteCare from your company, we lost no data. I was up and running again within just a few hours. If you hadn’t brought me along kicking and screaming it would have been horrible - thank you so much.
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