How Strong are Your Cybersecurity Services?
Make Security Fears a Thing of the Past
Let Graffen Defend You with Unbeatable Cybersecurity Services and Protection
According to a study done by the University of Maryland, hackers attack every 39 seconds – that’s on average 2,244 times a day.
When was the last time you took a good hard look at the security of your network and the effectiveness of your data storage and backup solutions? Most business owners try to live in the it won’t happen to me mindset—but thinking like that won’t get you very far in the 2020s. If cybersecurity isn’t on your mind now, it’s only a matter of time before hackers try to damage your reputation, steal your data and wreak havoc on your business in terms of downtime. Just because your business is small, that doesn’t mean it’s not at risk.
In fact, 43 percent of cyberattacks are aimed at small businesses.
With more and more teams working remotely than ever before, those are statistics that no business owner can ignore. If thinking about the security of your business online sends you into a panic, don’t worry; that’s why Graffen is here. We provide cybersecurity services that keep you protected against all the threats lurking around every corner on the internet. From continuity plans and disaster recovery to firewalls and security risk assessments, we’ve got your backup and so much more with our epic IT solutions.
How Does Graffen Strengthen Cybersecurity?
Let Graffen’s experts provide you with the consulting and cybersecurity services you need to keep your business stable and secure. We’ll monitor your network with advanced threat detection and a 24/7 staffed security operations center for protection and remediation of any possible network threats. This advanced monitoring allows for industry compliance requirements including PCI, HIPAA and NIST.
Adding new clients and partnerships, and ultimately growing your business, often requires validation that your organization is taking the precautionary and regulated steps to protect your business and data (including your clients’ data). Compliance and proper cybersecurity call for specific measures to be put in place.
Graffen and our partners have designed a strategy based on current standards. Layers to Cybersecurity Include:
- Administrative Controls: internal policies, procedures and security training to ensure staff understands how to safely use, access and share confidential data.
- Physical Controls: how to physically protect your office and network environment from outside threats and intruders.
- Technical Controls: hardware, software and human monitoring to protect your network while identifying, isolating and remediating any threats.
If all else fails, Graffen will help you plan for the recovery stage of a cybersecurity event, which includes planning your business for the worst-case scenario. This includes strategizing a failover plan so that your business can continue operating in case of a security breach or disaster.
Is Your SMB Ready to Confront Hackers and Cyberthreats?
More than half of all small businesses suffered a breach within the last year.
At Graffen, we’ve learned that cybersecurity isn’t often the main priority for a small to medium-sized business, and if you’re an SMB, you could be very vulnerable to outside threats. But it’s more complicated than it used to be, and with the average cyberattack now costing companies an average of $200,000, strengthening security is not optional. Today, you must also manage regulations and provide the top-notch security that your clients often expect before you can do business together. Since 60 percent of small businesses go out of business after a breach, it’s time to get serious about identifying weaknesses and closing gaps.
With human error accounting for up to 95% of cybersecurity incidents, educating your employees should be a key part of your business continuity plan.
Our cybersecurity package is based on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) framework. This keeps our clients (and in turn, their clients) safe from cyberthreats. We do this by ensuring that our clients have the proper cybersecurity measures in place needed to run a successful operation. Why does this matter? The NIST is the main governing body for cybersecurity in the country, so it makes sense that we’d hold ourselves to the land’s highest standards.
The bottom line is that we’re going to make the necessary recommendations to protect your organization’s data, and your customers’ data, from the growing number of threats.