Be Hacker-Proof

Safe from Threats

Whether you’re a big player or a small business, hackers are looking to exploit your systems – and your people – for their own benefit. Let’s slam that door on their sneaky fingers right now.

Big Benefits

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Mitigate Risk

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Identify Threats

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Protect Your Money

Stop Bad Actors
in Their Tracks

Hackers can – and will – take advantage of weakness in your security to turn you into a cyber victim – no matter how big or small you are. From re-routing incoming payments to using your system as a launch point for a high-profile hack and everything in between, you are constantly at risk.

Staying ahead of threats with a combination of systems and education is why companies like yours trust IBS.

What Does It Mean to Be “Hacker-Proof”?

IBS equips your systems and educates your people to mitigate your risk and minimize your potential for exploitation.

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Implement Secure Access

Ensure that access to your systems and data is strongly protected, leveraging technologies like encryption, virtual private networks (VPNs), and secure socket layer (SSL) web access.

 

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Education for Your Team

Provide scenario-based training for team members so they all know what to watch and listen for. Teach them to identify phishing and social engineering tactics designed to give hackers access to your systems.

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Hardware and Software Solutions

Firewalls. Remote access servers. VPNs. SSL. Spam and virus protection. The right hardware and/or software solutions, combined with internal education, can keep your systems safe from hacking attempts.

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Threat Assessment and Remediation

There is no one-size-fits-all security solution. Your business is unique, with unique processes and requirements – and your security solution must accommodate the nuances that make your business special.

  • Centralized virus and spam protection
  • Content filtering and internet usage monitoring
  • Internal and external security planning
  • Social engineering awareness training
  • Patching and updating user systems
  • Inspections and health reports

Strategy and planning go together like spaghetti and meatballs.