In today’s super-connected world, the threat of cyber attack is ever-present. According to the 2016 State of SMB Cybersecurity Report, 50% of small-to-medium sized businesses have been breached by a cyber attack within the past 12 months. When thinking about cybersecurity, it’s no longer a question of if your company will be targeted, but when.
G & H Computer Services provides comprehensive cyber security services for businesses in Oakley, KS and the surrounding area. We take a strategic approach to protecting your organization’s data, systems, and services from a multitude of cyber threats: intrusions, theft, sabotage, cyber attacks, ransomware, DDoS attacks, careless or disgruntled employees, and accidents like hard drive failures or power outages.
G & H Computer Services can help your Oakley, KS business to detect, mitigate, and prevent cyber attacks that can disrupt your business operations, damage your brand, and cause significant financial losses.
Putting appropriate cyber security measures in place requires taking a comprehensive approach, considering all areas of your business operations that represent weaknesses and potential future risks, including:
Critical Infrastructure Security – Critical infrastructure includes the electricity grid, water and wastewater systems, traffic control systems, hospitals, etc. It’s vital to determine how an attack on critical infrastructure might affect your business, and to develop a contingency plan.
Site Security – It is of foundational importance to evaluate your organization’s physical structures and access points, people, processes, and technology to determine which areas may require further risk mitigation.
Network Security – It’s critical to protect your network from unauthorized outside intrusion, and be able to prevent malicious activities from those inside your organization, or from third parties with whom you have a business relationship.
Cloud Security – The migration of IT services toward the cloud creates significant security challenges. Poorly configured cloud instances can result in harmful data breaches, and new security tools are required to enable organizations to appropriately secure their data.
Device Security – Hardware devices require in-depth assessment, to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities to cyber attacks.
Application Security – Software applications represent a significant vulnerability for today’s organizations, especially with rapid application development and deployment to the cloud. Proper AppSec requires secure coding practices, augmented by software penetration testing to find vulnerabilities before an attack takes place.
Internet of Things (IoT) Security – Humans are always the weakest link in any cyber security program, and cyber security begins with awareness. We offer security training programs that equip your operations staff with the tools and strategies to prioritize cyber security and identify advanced persistent threats (APTs), and enable end users to spot phishing attacks, social engineering attacks, and social media threats.
Employee Security – Physical systems such as office equipment, appliances, sensors, and security cameras are frequently insecure, and are susceptible to becoming part of a botnet. And the proliferation of smart devices and bring your own device (BYOD) policies in the workplace makes data threats via mobile workers a growing concern for businesses.
Compliance Security – Compliance impact varies from business to business. Compromised medical records, stolen cardholder data, jeopardized personal information and other breaches can be extremely detrimental to businesses. We review your industry-specific compliance issues, and create a custom solution to meet your specific compliance requirements and help protect your information assets.
G & H Computer Services offers a variety of cyber security services to help you prevent, detect, contain, respond and recover from threats quickly and efficiently, and protect your business against future risks and their associated costs, including:
By working with G & H Computer Services to develop and manage your cyber security strategy, you can ensure that your business is protected, and free up your internal IT team to focus on the strategic initiatives that drive your business forward.