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When was the last time you did a full assessment on how a data breach would affect your business?
It's a scary world out there...
From MyFitnessPal to Equifax, there have been some high profile cyber security incidents over the past year that have taught us that hackers are becoming smarter, stronger and more agile. And they’re targeting small to medium sized businesses in Canada. It’s not just big corporations that are targets. Hackers go after small to medium sized businesses all over the globe with alarming frequency.Which means your business may be at risk for data breaches and ransomware attacks.
Nervous? If you’re a business owner without a solution in place, you probably should be.
The fact is that hackers can cripple your organization and send your customers running to your competitors. It’s a big problem, but a manageable one, with the right tools.
As a business owner you may not have the time or the technical know-how to stay up on the risks.
I offer personal consultations and a variety of services designed to reduce risk and eliminate vulnerabilities for your business.
Call today for more information on how I can safeguard your business.
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