Every business, big or small, needs to have multiple layers of protection in order to effectively safeguard then from cyber-attacks.
There are layers of protection required to give your business the best chance of thwarting a cyber attack. There are human hackers as well as software programs that are programmed to continuously scan the web, attempting to get access to your network. These hackers are also performing targeted attacks towards your staff trying to gain access.
Business IT Security Solutions
Whether you’re safeguarding valuable intellectual property, client information or simply your office files, a publicised security breach can cause permanent damage.
Protect your business
We implement and manage your business security policies. Simple things like strong user passwords or ensuring that when a staff member leaves their access is removed and accounts are deleted, will protect your business.
Security awareness training
Protect your organisation by empowering your employees with the ability to identify and respond to non-technical targeted attacks. By putting your staff through real-life simulations we train them to recognise phishing attempts and scammers, making it less likely that they will succumb to malicious attempts.
Quarterly Qbit will produce an Advanced System Security Report and present the results to you in an easy to understand format. The report will highlight any security changes over the last quarter and your Account Manager will work with you to continually review your security and recommend enhancements.
Do you know your data and privacy protection obligations? How about the costs for failing to meet them? Your dedicated Account Manager knows your industries requirements and will work with you to ensure your company is protected.
Protecting IT Infrastructure
Maintain and update the hardware defending your business. Your Firewall, Anti-virus software and backups (onsite & offsite) need to be tested and managed.
Download Our Security Guide
To save you some time we have made this guide for you to check your business against.
If you would like to read the full report, in 2013 the Australia Government produced a security guide to help small business secure their data. Here is a link to that guide.