You worry about how to secure your business from cybercrime, but how can you outsmart criminals who focus all their energy on breaking in, while you have to take care of your business first?
Is your organization experiencing technology problems? Learn how an IT expert can help get your technology back in order with custom IT solutions that fit your business needs.
Cyber-criminals are constantly evolving their schemes to overcome the security measures that are put in place against them. The current practices to defend against cyber threats decrease in effectiveness as time moves on. Communicate to your team that security is a priority and help them stay up-to-date on best security practices with ongoing training.
Feeling vulnerable when it comes to online security? Enabling 2-factor authentication where possible is one of the easiest ways to add a significant layer of security to your online accounts.
Your email is a goldmine of information for cyber-criminals. It only takes one email to compromise the security of your business and the consequences can lead to devastating results.
Just like securely locked doors and carefully guarded keys will reduce break-ins, a properly designed network will reduce your risk of data corruption or theft. Is your business locked down?
Not sure about what should be included in a managed IT services package? We’re here to help. Southeastern has been providing high-quality IT services and security for many years.
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Many small and medium businesses know that cybersecurity is important, but it seems out of reach. While many solutions are prohibitively expensive for smaller organizations, there are many affordable strategies that any business can implement if they know what to do.
Your company’s network infrastructure is a behind-the-scenes player in your overall IT portfolio, one that doesn’t always get that much attention. There aren’t many people at most businesses giving their network infrastructure much thought. But that behind-the-scenes infrastructure powers everything that’s going on in the front office. And even more importantly, your network infrastructure is a key component in your overall security plan.