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SMALL BUSINESSES AREN'T PREPARED

According to Symantec’s annual ‘Internet Security Threat Report’ 43% of cyber attacks target small businesses.

By the end of 2017, the Identity Theft Resources Center (ITRC) had recorded 1,293 U.S. data breaches, exposing more than 174 million confidential records, 21% higher than 2016.

86% of small businesses rate their ability to mitigate cyber risks, vulnerabilities and attacks less than ‘highly effective’.

SMALL BUSINESSES GET ATTACKED

More than 400 companies are targeted for business email compromise each day (Symantec)

Around 50% of small businesses have experienced a ‘cyber attack’.*

More than 70% of attacks target small businesses.*

More than 75% of employees leave their computers unsecured.*

Over 60% of small companies go out of business within six months of a cyber attack*

* National Cyber Security Alliance

SMALL BUSINESSES AREN'T PREPARED

Home Depot agreed to a $19.5 million data-breach class action settlement after a data breach that exposed up to 56 million credit and debit cards (and 53 million customers’ email information). The pre-tax cost of the breach is $161 million, according to Home Depot’s filings.

Negligence is the No. 1 cause of action in data breach lawsuits, and what is ‘reasonable’ continues to evolve as threats change. Roughly 5% of public data breaches result in class-action litigation, with multiple lawsuits filed against the largest and most publicized defendants.

SMALL BUSINESSES ARE PRIME TARGETS

Cyber attacks were concentrated in five industry sectors: business (50.5 percent), medical/healthcare (28.3 percent), educational (8.8 percent), banking/credit/financial (7.1 percent) and government/military (5.3 percent).

Who was affected personally? Almost everyone. A massive Dark Web database of 1.4 billion email addresses, usernames and passwords was discovered in December of 2017. The database includes passwords from large companies like LinkedIn, Netflix, Gmail and PayPal.

A single breach of data analytics company Alteryx exposed sensitive information for 123 million U.S. households.  According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there were about 125.8 million U.S. households.

WHY DO I NEED CYBERSECURITY?

Who needs Cybersecurity?

* Organizations that process credit cards and must meet PCI Data Security Standards
* Organizations that must abide by HIPAA/HITECH
* Federal contractors under NIST 800-53, the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), FedRAMP, NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF)
* Financial institutions under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLBA), the Financial Services Modernization Act, Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)
* Any organization that maintains Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of staff or clients that fall under state privacy laws

KNOW WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW

It is crucial that business owners recognize their own competence limitations regarding computer security measures and take the necessary time and energy to become competent or consult available experts in the field.

While many small businesses are concerned about cyber attacks (58%), more than half (51%) are not allocating any budget at all to risk mitigation.

In the aftermath of these incidents, these companies spent an average of $879,582 because of damage or theft of IT assets. In addition, disruption to normal operations cost an average of $955,429.

THE COST OF DATA BREACHES

Home Depot agreed to a $19.5 million data-breach class action settlement after a data breach that exposed up to 56 million credit and debit cards (and 53 million customers’ email information). The pre-tax cost of the breach is $161 million, according to Home Depot’s filings.

Negligence is the No. 1 cause of action in data breach lawsuits, and what is ‘reasonable’ continues to evolve as threats change. Roughly 5% of public data breaches result in class-action litigation, with multiple lawsuits filed against the largest and most publicized defendants.

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We provide solutions, information and resources on IT and  security requirements.

Why Seron Security?

This is what we do. We do it better than anyone else out there. We provide more value, better communication, free hardware, training and regular security audits.

Legal, Ethics and Good Business.

Your company has it’s professional obligations – ethical and legal. But it’s also good business to be secure and compliant.

Experience and Qualifications

Our team has a great amount of hands on experience with next generation security hardware and software.

Hardware and Software

We provide your office(s) with a dedicated gateway / router / firewall / VPN, as well as security software. And we teach you how to use it.

Data and System Security

We secure your data and we secure your offices and homes – on all your devices, wherever you may go.

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Secure, Compliant Solutions

PCI DSS, SOX, HIPAA, NACHA, AICPA, NAIC, DOI -whatever the requirements for your business are, we will meet or exceed them.

Backups and Redundancy

We have dedicated servers throughout the United States. If there ever is an issue, we switch you to a backup server.

Experienced, Educated team.

Our highly experienced team is native English speaking, educated, and dedicated to maintaining your data 24-7-365, at an affordable price.

24/7/365 Monitoring and Service

Hackers don’t sleep, so neither do we. We monitor intrusions, traffic, software exploits, and more.

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