Protect Your Business from Cyber Crime

In 2018, the cost of cyber crime was $4.5 trillion. This exceeds the combined values of Apple, Microsoft, Google and Amazon.

Of all the IT problems we encounter, a security breach is by far the most devastating and costly. According to the National Cyber Security Alliance, 60% of small and mid-sized businesses that are hacked go out of business within six months.

Where do I start?

The first step in securing your business network is to develop a cyber security plan. Our guidelines below will help get you started.

Cyber Security Guidelines

Cyber Security Tools


Anti-Phishing Testing & Training

The best defense against phishing attacks is training your employees on how to prevent them.  Click the button below to enroll in our managed, anti-phishing program.

Malicious Link Tester

Never click on a link in an email or text message unless (a) it is from someone you know, (b) you have verified that he or she sent it, and (c) you have scanned it for threats. Click the button below to access the free Google URL scanner.

File Scanner

Never open, run or install or install a file received via email or downloaded from the Internet without first testing it for malware. the button below links to the free VirusTotal online scanner. It will simultaneously scan your file with all of the major anti-virus programs. 

Password Tester

Never use passwords that are easily hacked. Check your passwords against the US NIST Bad Passwords database. If any are there then change them immediately!

Anti-Virus Tester

Make sure your anti-virus software is actually running!  Clicking the button below will download a benign test file from the EICAR test site which should trigger a security warning.  If it doesn’t then your security software might not be working.