Can you afford to lose all of your Patient or Customer data to a criminal?

Can you afford to pay for the costs to notify all of your Patients or Customers that you have lost their data?

Can your business survive the loss of reputation that comes with losing that data?

Managed Cybersecurity Services

Protecting Your Business from Cyberthreats is a 24/7 job.

Turn it over to the experts and rest easy with Cybersecurity- simplified.

In the past few years, cybercriminals have proliferated, thanks to everyone’s computer networks being connected to the Internet. Cybercriminals can sit at home all day and all night trying to break into your network.

And, if you believe that you are “too small” to be a target, you are wrong. Most data breaches and other cybercriminal activity are the results of opportunity, not specific targeting of a business.

A good analogy is your car at night in your driveway. Criminals come through your neighborhood and pull on the door handles looking for unlocked cars. They don’t break into locked cars or cars with alarms; they just open unlocked doors and then steal whatever you left in your car that day.

Cybercriminals can scan public IP addresses

From outside the network, cybercriminals can scan public IP addresses (like those assigned to your equipment by Verizon or Cox or whomever your Internet Service Provider is) looking for misconfigured equipment installed by you on your network and then walk through those “unlocked doors.”

This is why patching firewalls, Servers, and PCs is so critical. There are vulnerabilities that can be taken advantage of by cybercriminals.

Are your staff downloading malicious software without knowing it?

From inside the network, cybercriminals send thousands of “phishing” emails to you and your employees attempting to get your staff to open one and download malicious software or ransomware.

If you do not have the controls in place to prevent the downloading and installation of software, then the only thing between your business and the cybercriminal is the weakest employee on your payroll.

Are you prepared for the attack?

Small and medium-sized businesses are an easier target for cybercriminals because of their lack of resources and security expertise. Cyber-attacks on all businesses, but particularly small to medium-sized businesses, are becoming more frequent, targeted, and complex.

According to Accenture’s Cost of Cybercrime Study, 43% of cyber-attacks are aimed at small businesses, but only 14% are prepared to defend themselves.

Cyber-attack Disrupts Operations and May Cause Irreversible Loss of Data

Not only does a cyber-attack disrupt normal operations, but it may cause damage to important IT assets and infrastructure that can be impossible to recover from without the budget or resources to do so.

Small businesses struggling to defend themselves because of this. According to Ponemon Institute’s State of Cybersecurity Report, small to medium-sized businesses around the globe report recent experiences with cyber-attacks:

  • Insufficient security measures: 45% say that their processes are ineffective at mitigating attacks.
  • Frequency of attacks: 66% have experienced a cyber-attack in the past 12 months.
  • Background of attacks: 69% say that cyber-attacks are becoming more targeted.

The most common types of attacks on small businesses include:

  • Phishing/Social Engineering: 57%
  • Compromised/Stolen Devices: 33%
  • Credential Theft: 30%

If you are a business owner in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, or Suffolk, and have questions about how secure your computer network is we have answers, and the tools, to help prevent data loss.

If you answered no to these questions, then your business needs to evaluate the tools it has in place to prevent data breaches and loss of data.

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We worked with Hank Wagner when he was at a different IT company. The doctors at our medical clinic thought highly of him and wanted to continue with his IT services wherever he was employed.

Hank and Computer Networks Inc. have benefitted us immensely because we rarely experience downtime or computer glitches. They provide outstanding network management and network administration services, and that is hugely important to a data side of our medical clinic, especially in the era of Electronic Health Records.

If we do experience an IT problem, Hank gives prompt attention to the issue and quickly resolves it. Most recently, we had several AllScripts electronic health records problems, which they could not solve. Hank solved them – quickly! His expertise in computers is unmatched, and he is very professional.

Computer Networks Inc. keeps our computer network up and running with preventative IT support and updates so we can efficiently see patients on a daily basis. We can count on them for immediate service to resolve a computer or network issue, friendliness, and knowledge of our medical clinic system.

Ryan Hilburn, Special Projects Manager Danville Orthopedic Clinic
Danville, VA