Cybersecurity Services Focused on the Human Layer of Defense


The first line of Defense

Identify and prevent employee vulnerabilities before they cause a breach

Why employee security? With human error being linked to over 92% of data breaches, employees can't afford to uninformed. The costs add up quickly and some of it is intangible or unable to be immediately seen. So, how does it add up so quickly? 

  • Breach Coach
  • Forensics
  • Crisis Management
  • Notification
  • Call Center
  • Credit Monitoring
  • Public Relations

The best defense is a good offense. Reduce your risk of human error-induced data breach and save time, money and your organizational reputation.

Why Doesn't My Firewall and Spam Filter Provide Enough Protection?

48% of hackers and incident respondents spend 1-5 hours per week keeping up with security news, trends, and technologies. Technology is a way of keeping up with the changing threat landscape. According to the Ponemon Institute, organizations see on average a 64% improvement in phishing click rates after rolling out a security training program and a 37-fold ROI upon enrolling in a phishing program. Stop cyber-criminals at the forefront by stopping them in their tracks  with a strong layer of human defense.

Again, Why is My Organization at Risk?

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Customer Data Makes You Vulnerable


With the storage of customer data and limited resources to dedicate to cybersecurity, your organization may be at a higher risk of suffering a cyber criminal attack.

ALL DATA IS VALUABLE TO CYBER CRIMINALS

   

Dark Web Data Can't Be
Erased


Company accounts can be involved in a data breach such as LinkedIn or Dropbox. These breached credentials can't be erased and without proactive security and swift remediation, can pose high risks to your network.

EXPOSED EMPLOYEE CREDENTIALS

92% of Data Breaches due to Human Error


66% of cyber ciminals rank email phishing as their attack vector of choice. Unsuspecting employees may see a login confirmation or file download and not think twice.

EMPLOYEES ARE UNAWARE OF RISKS

   

Password
Reuse is an Epidemic


59% of individuals admitted to mostly or always using the same password, despite 91% knowing it's a security risk.* If a breached password is reused, that account is at risk of being hacked.

"IT'S EASIER TO USE ONE PASSWORD"