Cybercrime - including data breaches, hacks, theft, and more, cost victims $172 billion in 2017.
Many business owners remember a time when this type of crime wasn't even a threat, and now it can severely impact businesses of all sizes in any location. What can an owner or manager do to mitigate this risk?
Network security can manage network, software, and security issues and protect your business from current or future cybercrime threats.
Having a professional evaluate your network for vulnerabilities and even breaches can be a good place to start, but you'll want to be proactive from there.
How to Protect Your Business?
Awareness of the threat is a start, as is a professional evaluation. There are many ways that businesses can make an effort to prevent serious cyber security issues, and in the end, working with a professional team to ensure network security may be the best answer.
Implement security solutions like passwords
Update software and protections regularly
Invest in firewall or other network security functions
Separate guest and business wifi
Have an off-site data storage backup system
Change wifi passwords regularly
Network Security Solutions
Your data and network security shouldn't be an ongoing stressor for you. Take the worry off your plate by partnering with a network management team that will protect your business and look out for possible threats.
Network security teams work to protect and monitor activity and security for your business. Keep operations running full speed without the constant worry about online threats or disruptions.
In addition to protecting data and software, network security can:
- Prevent security breaches through careful, consistent monitoring
- Prevent file corruption
- Help internal IT staff focus on local device and operating software issues
- Ensure transactions and processing are secure
- Protect your network from unauthorized use
Classic Business Products has a team of network security specialists that can oversee your business protection. Get in touch today to stay safe.