CyberSecurity

Security Is a Business Problem, Not A Tech Problem

   Cybersecurity is vitally important to a business’ bottom line. Cybersecurity breaches cost businesses billions of dollars in lost revenue and loss of productivity every year. The impact on reputation and the loss of customers’ trust can cause long term damage to a small business. 


In today's digital world, there are so many potential security risks that it is increasingly important for individuals and companies to learn how to proactively increase the chances of protecting their digital assets from the ever-increasing threat of cyber-attacks. 


Digital assets include personal identity, data, emails, social media, websites, as well has hardware (computers, tablets, phones, networks, etc.). For companies, protecting those digital assets has become an absolute necessity to maintain trust with customers, remain compliant with the law, and maintain the company's image and reputation.


There are a number security technologies that help mitigate threats, including:


  • Firewalls (preferably next-gen)
  • Unified Threat Management (UTM)
  • Intrusion detection/prevention
  • Anti-Virus/Anti-Malware (preferably next-gen)
  • Endpoint management
  • Backup systems
  • Disaster recovery


Contact Go2 to help you select the most useful cybersecurity resources based on needs

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