Are You A Sitting Duck With Your Network Security?

You, the CEO or business owner of a small business in New Jersey Bergen County, are under attack. Right now, extremely dangerous and well-funded cybercrime rings are using sophisticated software systems to hack into thousands of small businesses like yours to steal credit cards, client information, and swindle money directly out of your bank account.  Don’t think you’re in danger because you’re “small” and not a big target like a some large corporations? Think again. 82,000 NEW malware threats are being released every single day and HALF of the cyber-attacks occurring are aimed at small businesses. In fact, the National Cyber Security Alliance reports that one in five small businesses have been victims of cybercrime in the last year – and that number is growing rapidly as more businesses utilized cloud computing, mobile devices and store more information online. Quite simply, most small businesses are low-hanging fruit to hackers due to their lack of adequate Network Security systems.

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Because I want to do my part in stopping cybercrime, I’ve put together a brand-new free Executive Report titled “7 Urgent Security Protections Every Business Should Have In Place Now.” This report is brief, concise and contains simple steps you can easily implement – many at no cost – to protect your organization against Network Security breaches. You can instantly download this report for free. This report reveals:

  1. The #1 threat to your organization that most IT departments never even address. I can practically guarantee this is one critical network security area that is being neglected in your organization, at some level, right now.
  2. Why antivirus and firewalls only provide base-level protection, and how cybercriminals easily sneak around the toughest barricades.
  3. How to foil hackers from using ransomware to hold your company hostage and extort money at will. (You DO remember the CryptoLocker malware that forced an untold number of businesses to pay several hundreds to several THOUSANDS of dollars to unlock their files, or kiss them goodbye forever?)
  4. 5 specific security measures you want to put in place IF you are using cloud computing or mobile devices to access your company network.

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“But I Have An IT Guy,” You Say

When it comes to protecting your company, you need to know for certain – without any lingering doubts – that you are doing everything you can to avoid being an easy target for cybercriminals. In my admittedly informal survey, talking to business owners who have been hacked or compromised, we found that almost all owners thought their IT company “had things covered.” As a business owner myself, I understand that you can’t do everything. You have to delegate and trust, at some level, that your employees and vendors are doing the right thing but it never hurts to check and validate that they are.