Cyberwar… is here, for many years now, but changing. Security reports show that back in 2007 over 120 countries have been using the Internet to attack your:
Web servers, enterprise information systems, client server systems, communication links, network equipment, and the desktops and laptops in businesses and homes. The constant virtual battles being won and lost daily between governments, organized crime groups, individual hackers, and you.

These attacks are equally internal employees and outsiders. Financial gain from a contacts list, customer database, trouble ticketing system exported data, competing plans for competitors, future plans, and more
Angry employees most often are the culprits. They will wipe data, delete hard drives, sabotage equipment, encrypt data, lock documents, erase backups, send off compromising emails, and share damaging content on the Internet.


Make no mistake, you are NOT connected to the Internet, the Internet is connected to YOU! You are always connected, and they are always looking for an opportunity.

…the goal is, to limit your vulnerabilities because you will fall under one or more of the above categories

Best practice for any company avoiding future problems

    1. Network Assessment
    2. Monitoring
    3. Maintenance – After hours to avoid downtime
    4. Proper setup and configuration of backups, email, printers and servers

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Criminals Everywhere

The weakest link of your security is often your own employees

  1. Many of today’s attacks come from within
  2. Sales staff stealing databases and contacts
  3. Employees stealing key codes and software installs

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Do not get caught off-guard with unplanned expenses, outages, and disasters

  1. Are you confident your backups are:
    1. Running consistently
    2. Contain recoverable data
    3. good backups may have bad data
    4. good backups may not back up correct data
    5. good backups backing up correct data could be corrupting the data onto the media
  2. Hard drives
    1. Receiving errors from heat
    2. Bad power
    3. Space limitation
  3. Log files tracking intrusions
  4. Antivirus configured correctly on all devices
  5. Maintenance on the servers running
  6. Accounts being attacked, cracked, and hacked