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|Friday, 03 September 2010 09:52|
Does your IT guy understand EXACTLY how a hacker gains access to a business network and what steps to take to prevent this from happening to your business?
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Send him/her to one of our monthly training sessions.
We will demonstrate step by step how an attack occurs and EXACTLY what steps to take to greatly reduce the risk of falling victim to such attacks. With all the identity theft that happens every day a business owner can simply not afford to be vulnerable to such an attack.
90% of the business networks we encounter are vulnerable to at least one form of attack. MOST of these businesses are running insecure wireless encryption that would take a hacker less than 5 minutes to break into. Even newly installed networks that are running WPA2, the latest wireless encryption available can often be broken into due to poor password selection.
Let us teach your current IT guy the latest best practices in computer and network security so that your business data is not at risk of being stolen, deleted or modified.
Call us today at 1-800-245-3002 and we will reserve a spot for you or your IT person in one of our monthly security training classes.