Do you want to avoid catastrophe? Did we really just ask this question? Of course you do! Cybercrime is at an all-time high, and we haven’t hit the ceiling yet. As a matter of fact, experts believe that in five years’ time underworld gangs will have much more advanced tools with which they can exploit vulnerabilities in business and extort hundreds of millions of dollars. Yes, underworld gangs. We can’t make this up.
As a matter of fact, it is estimated that $800.49 million was stolen or extorted in 2014 using various methods of cybercrime.
Unfortunately, if you are the owner of a small to mid-size business, you are in the crosshairs of the cyber criminal. Why? Because the bigger corporations have been proactive in getting their network security in place and monitoring it constantly for anomalies. Small to mid-size business, however, is behind the curve, making it an easier target.
What are they after? Well, yes…money. But it goes further than that to YOUR data. What is truly valuable to the criminal is your databanks of customer names, credit card numbers, buying histories, etc… These can be sold on the black market to those who specialize in making money via identity theft.
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So, what do you do to protect vital data?
The most important factor in cyber security is being consistently proactive. The sooner that you and your company can get out in front of this looming disaster, the better your chances will be against the coming tidal wave of cyber-crime.
Contact the Tier One Technology Partners team today and partner with us to secure your business against the cyber-threats that endanger your business and your future. (443) 589- or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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