Cyber-Incident-Prevention Best Practices for Your Small Business

Did you know that small businesses like yours are just as vulnerable to
cybersecurity threats as large companies? Only 5% of small business owners think cyberthreats are the biggest risk to their business today. Unfortunately, it’s a myth that cybercriminals are more interested in stealing data from large enterprises. In fact, cybercriminals expect small businesses to have less security measures in place, making it easier for them to get what they want.

If you experience a data breach, bringing systems back online and restoring data can be a huge challenge. On top of that, you’ll need to notify all affected clients that their data may have been compromised. That’s a tough position no small business owner wants to be in.

By taking proactive steps for cyber incident prevention, you can dedicate
more resources towards growing your business and avoid experiencing
cyber incidents.

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Name

Tony Haskew

Project Engineer

Tony Haskew has 15+ years of experience in the IT field. He started working as a web developer in the 90’s and over the years migrated into the administration of systems and infrastructures of companies. 

Tony enjoys working on new technology and finding new ways to address old issues in the management of IT systems.

Outside of work, Tony is a 3D printing enthusiast, commission painter, and enjoys spending time with his family.