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Home security is often a top priority for homeowners. For business owner’s it should be no different, especially since there are way more people trying to steal your business data than the belongings in your home.

Unfortunately, many business owners do not know how to keep their businesses as secure as their homes. To help, we have put together this short video that outlines four main ways to keep your data safe.

Feel free to contact us for a free Zoom call to see how easy security can really be!

 

Millions of Laptops are lost or stolen each year

5% of your businesses mobile devices will be stolen or lost. That’s the average for businesses. It’s worrying and expensive.

But what’s more distressing is the exposure of confidential company and customer data that’s stored on these devices. Your business could suffer catastrophic results.

Don’t worry though – there’s a simple tool in Windows 10 to protect your company and the data your business owns. It’s called encryption.

Laptop encryption encodes your sensitive data, so that only those who have the correct decryption key can access it. So, if your laptop is encrypted and it is lost or stolen, only those with the correct password can access your data.

Encrypting your laptops is the best way to protect your business from a data leak.

For more information about how to do this, get in touch with us today!

Business Owners Here’s how to spot a ransomware attack before it hurts your business.

One of the most dangerous things that can happen to your business is a ransomware attack.

Automated processes take control of your computers and encrypt all your data, and lock you out. They won’t undo the encryption unless you pay a big fee. Your business is held for ransom.

The reason they can do so much harm is they quietly break into your system a long time before the attack is launched. The one upside of this is you can keep an eye out for symptoms you’ve been breached if you know what to look for.

Here are three ways you can check to see if hackers are already in your network.

Contact Durham IT Services for assistance or for more information!

Cyber Crime Guide for Business Owners

A simple guide for business owners to plan and protect your business from Cyber-Crime

Two years ago, two thirds of all businesses reported some type of incident relating to cyber-crime.

Business security is your responsibility as a business owner, and it doesn’t have to be difficult.

Fact: Your business needs to be as prepared as it can be against the threat of cyber-crime. You are at risk whether you think so or not.

Read our brand new guide now. And you’ll see our recommended 5 step plan to prepare for an attack, and protect your business.

Cyber Crime Guide for Business Owners

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Your business is at risk if you and your employees don’t have at least a basic understanding of IT Security risks.
You’ve heard the term phishing, we’re sure. It’s where hackers send you an email, pretending to be someone else (like your bank), to try to get sensitive information from you.
But what is vishing? And smishing? And whaling?
These are all forms of phishing designed to steal your business information, and ultimately your money. We explore each one in our brand new video.

Want to learn how to protect your business from these and other security risks? Contact Durham IT Services today at (905) 231-1303 or fill out the form to the right!