Protecting Your Customers, Your Business and Your Business Relationships
Hacking. Phishing scams. Identity theft. Spam. Denial of Service (DoS) attacks.
You’ve heard all these terms and the large businesses that have been victims. Maybe you’ve even been a victim yourself - had your credit card information stolen from a company you’ve bought from or received an email asking for your password or other personal information. These intrusions have cost companies, large and small, billions in lost revenue, customer coverage, good will, and even lawsuit protection.
You don’t have to have a business with a billion dollar balance sheet to be at risk, nor do you need to be up at night worrying about this. But you do have to protect yourself and the business you’ve grown. By taking the right steps, changing some of your business practices, using the right tools, and taking care with some of your e-presence processes, you can protect your business and your valued customers.
We can show you how to do this in the least painful and least expensive ways. And in today’s connected world, this is a vital pillar of your e-presence that your customers, and potential customers, expect of your business.