Seemingly every other day or so, there is news about yet another incident relating to cyber crime and compromised IT security. While large organizations are the main targets of cyber crime, small & medium businesses are in no way safe from the likes of cyber criminals. In order to ensure the security and privacy of their data and information, all businesses need to “step up their game” so to speak when it comes to IT security and cyber security.
While most large organizations have the money, resources, and time to make upgrades and improvements when it comes to IT security and cyber security, many small & medium businesses struggle to improve their IT security and cyber security so that it can measure up to and adequately face the cyber threats of today. Fortunately, 403Tech has recognized this major dilemma that many small & medium businesses face. Therefore, we have made it a priority to provide quality IT security services to businesses that serve 5 to 50 users.
Our IT Security Services
The IT security services we offer are bundled with our managed services. Therefore, our clients don’t have to worry about selecting the right IT security services for their needs. Rather, 403Tech evaluates the IT security needs of all of its clients and provides its services accordingly to meet these needs sufficiently.
Here is some information about the IT security services we provide in detail:
Without a doubt, IT security services are necessary for all organizations, both big and small. Since most small & medium businesses don’t have the resources or time to launch an entire IT department to handle these services, 403Tech provides IT security services specifically for businesses that serve 5 to 50 users. That way, these small & medium businesses will be able to focus on what they do best rather than the difficult task of protecting themselves from cyber threats.
The COVID-19 pandemic sent businesses scrambling to pivot from an office-based environment to a remote workforce. A recent issue of Business in Calgary featured 403Tech President Scott Gallupe, who advised on how local businesses can protect their IT systems from cybersecurity threats. He explained that passwords and video collaboration tools are possible entryways for viruses and malware. The article, Alright, Stop, Collaborate and Listen, features several local IT leaders, describes the issues faced by business owners during the pandemic and provides guidance on ways to protect business data from ransomware and other types of cyberattacks.