As technology continues to advance, so do the methods and tools that cybercriminals use to breach security measures. Global cybercrime costs are expected to reach $10.5 trillion annually by 2025. 86% of breaches were caused by malicious attacks with financial motivations. The total amount paid by ransomware victims was estimated at $350m in 2020, while the estimated average per-incident ransom was $170,000.
That is why cybersecurity must be one of the priorities of your Club. The need for a strong cybersecurity system is critical to ensure that your Club’s information and assets are protected. One of the most effective ways to achieve this is by implementing a layered cybersecurity approach.
In this article, we will explore the concept of layered cybersecurity and provide general tips for club security that will help you protect your club’s valuable assets and data.
What is a layered defense approach to cyber security?
Layered security acknowledges that no security technology or measure is completely secure or foolproof, and assumes that attackers may have already breached or infiltrated certain layers of a company’s defenses.
The objective of employing a layered security approach is to incorporate multiple security measures, so that if an attack manages to bypass one security tool, there are additional layers of protection in place to detect and prevent the attack before sensitive data is compromised.
There are three elements of layered cyber security:
Security policies, controls and processes should all be devised and implemented during the PREVENTION phase.
The goal of DETECTION is to discover and notify a compromise as soon as possible.
A quick RESPONSE is crucial for the detection phase to be meaningful.
How does the layered defense work?
Layered security is divided into seven layers by security experts. Hackers seeking to get into a system must break through each layer to gain access.
If you want to keep cybercriminals out of your systems, concentrate on improving these seven layers:
• Information security policies
Implement security policies that restrict unauthorized access because IT resources’ security and well-being depend on them. It will help you raise information security awareness inside your Club and demonstrate to your clients that you’re serious about securing their data.
• Physical security
Physical security measures, such as fences and cameras, are critical to prevent unwanted intruders from breaking in. It also helps monitor employees with access to sensitive systems.
• Network security
All it takes is for hackers to exploit a single vulnerability to access the Club’s network. They can easily break into computers and servers after they’ve gained access to your network. Therefore, establishing effective network security measures is essential.
• Vulnerability scanning
Vulnerabilities that occur because of factors such as inadequate patch management and misconfigurations open the door for cybercriminals. However, vulnerability scans help detect these missed patches and improper configurations.
• A strong identity and access management (IAM)
Because of technological advancements, acquiring passwords and hacking into networks is easier than ever. IAM restricts access to critical data and applications to certain workers, making unauthorized access hard.
• Proactive protection and reactive backup + recovery
Proactive protection detects and fixes security risks before they lead to a full-blown breach. The goal of reactive backup and recovery is to recover quickly after an attack.
• Continual monitoring and testing
Failure to regularly monitor and test your backup and disaster recovery strategy is a major oversight and can result in a breach.
Also, we want to provide you with tips that will make your Club more secure and safe.
The 3-2-1 Backup Strategy for Club
It’s really dangerous to have only one copy of your data because you risk losing it all in the event of a breach. The 3-2-1 strategy is the best way to reduce this risk.
It involves having at least three copies of your data, two on-site but on different mediums/devices, and one off-site. Let’s examine each of the three elements and the issues they address:
• Three copies of the data
Having at least two additional copies of your data, in addition to your original data, is perfect. This ensures that you will always have additional copies in the event of a disaster. The first backup copy of data is usually kept in the same physical location as the original, if not the same physical server.
• Two different mediums
Storing additional copies of your valuable data on the same server/location won’t be helpful in the event of a breach. Keep two copies of your data on different types of storage mediums, such as internal hard drives, and removable storage, like an external hard drive or a USB drive. If this isn’t practical for your business, keep copies on two internal hard disks in separate storage locations.
• One off-site copy
Keep one copy of your data off-site, far from the rest. This helps safeguard against worst-case scenarios.
In addition to the 3-2-1 backup strategy, consider applying the concept of layered security to keep your data and backup copies secure.
Some people may question the need for software updates, thinking, “Why do I need to update? I’m content with the current version and don’t require any additional features.” However, updates serve a purpose beyond just providing new functionality – they can also address potential security vulnerabilities.
Old and outdated software is vulnerable to hackers and cybercriminals. With every version, developers repair security holes, fix computer bugs and make software safer. So, updating your software and operating systems helps keep hackers out.
And, of course, software updates offer new and improved features and speed enhancements to improve the user experience.
The weakest link in cybersecurity is often people, rather than technology. It’s essential to regularly educate employees about cybersecurity, teaching them how to spot phishing attempts (i.e. fraudulent emails or messages that trick people into giving away sensitive information) and what suspicious messages or programs might look like.
Once you’ve had discussions with employees about phishing, you can test their ability to identify it. Some programs even allow you to send mock emails, posing as a Google, bank, or company director, and track how many employees open the message or click on any links. Based on the results, you can determine whether additional training is necessary.
It’s also crucial to appoint individuals who are responsible for safeguarding the company’s critical assets. Write job descriptions, establish information security policies, and develop incident response plans for these employees. Conduct simulations of potential critical situations and analyze each incident to draw conclusions and improve your response plans.
Antivirus software is an essential tool for protecting the cybersecurity of a club. It provides a layer of defense against malware, viruses, and other malicious software that can compromise the security of a club’s computer systems and data.
Antivirus software can detect and remove malicious code that may be hidden in files, emails, or websites. It can also monitor incoming and outgoing network traffic to prevent unauthorized access and block suspicious activity. Having updated and reliable antivirus software installed on all club devices is an important component of a layered security approach and can significantly reduce the risk of a cyber attack.
People sometimes are careless about password security, and it can be a golden chance for cybercriminals to get access to secure information. So, it’s really important not to make common mistakes while working with passwords.
Here are some things you and your employees should always remember.
- Always use passwords that are longer than eight characters and include numbers, letters, and symbols.
- Change critical passwords every three months and less critical – every six months. If you use a password for a long time, hackers may have enough time to crack it.
- If possible, solve your cybersecurity problem programmatically. For example, don’t tell employees that they can’t use simple passwords like 12345, but add the most popular passwords to a blocklist so that they are impossible to use.
- Don’t use the same password across multiple accounts. Otherwise, you might lose them all at once.
- Don’t save passwords to your browser. Web browsers are terrible at protecting passwords and other sensitive information like your name and credit card number.
- Use multi-factor authentication.
If you want all your Club’s systems to be completely secure but don’t want to spend your time on it, Club Support can help. We provide 24×7 daily IT support, preventative maintenance, and technologies to secure your Club for your Peace of Mind. Get in touch to get any assistance.
Reliable security systems are vital to protect your membership club, your members, and your staff. And video surveillance is a core component of that.
Security camera technology has come a long way since the days of grainy footage and replacing tapes. Today, the most innovative video surveillance solutions will help you monitor your club at all times in high quality, gather data, and take advantage of state-of-the-art AI.
If you’re looking to invest in security cameras for the first time or to upgrade your current setup, choosing the right options for you can be tough. That’s why, in this post, we’ll explore the top security camera trends you need to know, and provide you with all the insights you need to understand what systems will work best for your membership club.
IP Cameras Allow for Faster, Easier Setup
Internet protocol (IP) cameras have become a popular security solution: they receive and store footage over the internet, instead of through cables like analog systems. That ensures video quality is better, as it is sent as a digital signal, which is ideal when you need to analyze footage closely.
IP cameras are easier to set up than analog systems, too, and you should be able to integrate it into your current infrastructure with user-friendly software. As a result, a trained camera security provider will get your IP cameras up and running in no time.
AI is Informing How We Use Security Cameras
Artificial intelligence (AI) is creating smarter security cameras. For example, AI enables security cameras to count the number of people in a particular area within a specific period of time. That can help you identify which parts of your membership club are most popular and when.
AI-enabled security cameras can also recognize number plates, send alerts about different types of movement, identify when certain items are left unattended, recognize faces, and more. The AI’s capabilities vary based on the setup you choose, but AI in general empowers membership clubs with more intelligent video surveillance.
With AI, you can also gather data about activity in and around your membership club, helping you to make informed decisions. For instance, you may learn more about which entrances or parking lots become busy at specific times, and open up others to reduce congestion.
4K Resolution is the Way to Go
Quality is paramount when analyzing video surveillance footage. If you need to get a clear look at a visitor, license plate, object, or anything else, a high resolution will make it easier to pick out the essential details.
Some video surveillance systems have a low resolution, and that makes recognition much more difficult. Fortunately, it’s easy to install security cameras with 4K resolution today. If your membership club uses an outdated video surveillance system, you will be amazed by the difference in 4K footage.
If you need to identify a member’s facial features for any reason, such as banning them from your club for breaching rules, 4K resolution will help you verify their identity before you take action.
Security Cameras are More Cost-Effective Than Ever
Setting up a new video surveillance system doesn’t need to bite a huge chunk out of your budget. That may have been the case once upon a time, but the latest security cameras are more cost-effective to buy, install, and run than ever.
As a result, you can integrate reliable security cameras into your operations comfortably. When you work with a team of experienced security surveillance specialists, you’ll receive the best setup available for your budget.
And that will provide you with invaluable peace of mind: your club will be monitored round the clock, leaving you and your team free to focus on essential duties. Any footage you need will always be on hand.
Thermal Imaging Empowers You to See in the Dark
Thermal imaging cameras detect heat energy, which allows them to see things that may be harder to pick up with conventional cameras.
These are fantastic for monitoring parts of your club with low lighting, such as exterior areas at night. Intruders will be easier to spot and track in the dark with thermal imaging. That could be crucial when describing incidents to police and providing evidence.
Check Your Security Feeds from Anywhere
One of the most important advancements in video surveillance technology is remote access to your feeds. You can sign in and check on your membership club at any time, in any place, on virtually any device with an internet connection.
That’s simple, convenient, and enables you to track activities at your club while off-site.
Save Storage Space and Time with Record on Motion
Installing security cameras programmed to record on motion is increasingly popular.
You’ll only capture footage when movement is detected, which makes searching for incidents fast and simple. No more scrubbing through hours and hours of video. Just find what you need to see quickly.
Recording on motion is easier on storage space, too. With less footage captured, you can make even a modest storage capacity go further.
Set Up Your New Video Surveillance System Today
A high-quality, bespoke video surveillance system will help you and your team oversee your membership club 24/7. You can monitor members, employees, and other guests in every area of your club with crisp clarity, using a wide range of devices for your total convenience.
Club Support has more than 20 years of experience providing membership clubs with the latest, greatest security camera services. We research, investigate, and provide cutting-edge technological solutions to help secure your club. And all new systems we supply to your membership club include 12 months of free service and maintenance.
We’ll begin with a comprehensive audit to understand your issues and needs. Next, we’ll create a tailored plan for you, encompassing network diagrams, maps with camera positions, recording options, and more. We’ll install each camera for the best view, ready to start capturing video in and around your club.
What is phishing, why is it dangerous, and how can you save your Club from phishing attacks? We prepared a checklist for you.
What is phishing?
Phishing is a type of cybersecurity attack that involves tricking people into providing sensitive information. Phishing usually involves sending messages that look like they are from a legitimate company or website. These messages contain a link that downloads malware or directs users to a dodgy website.
No matter how big the company is, it can be under attack. Your Club may get caught up either in a mass campaign, where the attacker tries to collect new passwords or make some easy money or in a targeted attack against your company to steal sensitive data.
So, it’s crucial for your employees to be able to reveal phishing attempts and not let the cybercriminals achieve their goals.
How to recognize phishing?
Examine the “From” email address
The first part of the email address may look legitimate, but the last part might be off by a letter or may include a number in the usual domain.
Check for secure websites
Any webpage where you enter personal information should have a URL with HTTPS://. The “s” stands for secure.
Look for errors
Notice misspellings, incorrect grammar and odd phrasing. It might be a deliberate attempt to try to bypass spam filters.
Watch for overly generic content
Cybercriminals send a large batches of emails. Look for examples like “Dear valued customer.”
Check all links
Hover over the link and see if the link’s description matches the one implied in the email.
Look for urgency
“You’ve won! Click here to redeem the prize,” or “We have your browser history pay now, or we are telling your boss.”
Don’t click on attachments
Attachments containing viruses might have an intriguing message encouraging you to open them, such as “Here is the schedule I promised.”
How to protect your Club from phishing?
There are three main steps in increasing the cyber security level of your Club:
Conduct regular security awareness training
Maybe it sounds weird, but the weakest point is usually your employees. So, it’s important to keep them up to date on the latest security landscape and best practices through regular training.
We also recommend sending an email to all staff to raise awareness. Feel free to use the following template for your email to your employees:
Subject: Important Information Regarding Phishing Emails
I am writing to raise awareness about the dangers of phishing emails and the importance of being vigilant regarding online security. Phishing emails are a typical cyberattack that attempts to trick individuals into sharing sensitive information or downloading malware.
To protect our organization from these types of attacks, we all must follow these dos and don’ts:
Be cautious of unsolicited emails: If you receive an email from an unknown sender, do not open attachments or click on links.
Verify the sender’s email address: Check the sender’s email address to ensure it is from a legitimate source—phishing emails often trick recipients using fake email addresses or similar domain names.
Report suspicious emails: If you receive a suspicious email, immediately report it to the IT department.
Keep your software up to date: Ensure that your computer’s operating system, antivirus software, and web browser are updated with the latest security patches. Contact your IT service provider or your IT department.
Don’t share sensitive information: Never share personal or sensitive information, such as passwords or credit card details, via email.
Don’t click on suspicious links: Do not click on links or download any attachments from suspicious emails, even if they appear to be from a trusted source.
Don’t use the same password for multiple accounts: Use unique, strong passwords for each account to minimize the risk of a data breach.
Don’t trust everything you see: Be wary of emails that appear urgent or create a sense of urgency. Phishing emails often try to create a sense of urgency to trick individuals into taking action without thinking.
By following these dos and don’ts, we can all help to protect our organization and minimize the risk of falling victim to a phishing attack.
If you have any questions or concerns about online security, please do not hesitate to contact your manager or the IT department.
Perform routine testing to see whether the training is effective
It’s critical to consistently evaluate the success of your security training through quizzes, surveys, and mock tests.
Deploy quarantining solutions that stop phishing attacks
Clubs can protect themselves from the harmful effects of phishing attacks by deploying quarantining solutions that help stop phishing attempts in their tracks.
And, of course, the most effective way to protect your Club is to trust your cybersecurity to professionals.
Club Support provides all IT services for Clubs, including security audit, user security training, risk management assessment, disaster recovery, etc. We’ll be happy to keep your Club totally safe.
We’re happy to announce our participation in the CMAA 2023 World Conference and Club Business Expo! Meet us there at Booth #337 in Orlando, FL, February 24-28, 2023.
About the Event
The CMAA World Conference and Club Business Expo is the club industry’s largest annual gathering, and the only event focused on the business of running a club.
Why do you need to visit this event?
- Gain new insights and get inspiration from professional speakers and 65+ Stellar Education Sessions.
- Find new connections and expand your network.
- Discover secure solutions to your club’s challenges.
- Explore products and services offered by more than 200 companies.
- Take part in wellness activities and start new habits.
- Exchange the experience with industry leaders.
Read more about the conference on the CMAA website.
Join us and advance your career and certification goals. We’re looking forward to meeting you at the event. Let’s Shine Bright together!
In 2022, Club Support was an Emerald Partner of the Golden State Chapter of the Club Management Association of America, and now we are pleased to announce that we have moved to the Sapphire level.
We are proud to continue our longstanding relationship with The Golden State Chapter of the Club Management Association of America and its members. This partnership provides us with a great opportunity to collaborate with other industry leaders and support the professional development and educational events that drive successful club operations throughout California.
As a trusted IT service and consulting company dedicated to the Club industry, we are committed to providing the resources needed to ensure efficient and seamless Club operations.
We look forward to the many exciting opportunities this partnership will bring!
About The Golden State Chapter
The Golden State Chapter is the second-largest of the 46 professional chapters of The Club Managers Association of America. For private club management executives, membership in a local chapter, such as TGSC, is a requirement for participation in the national CMAA.
The vision of The Golden State Chapter (TGSC) of the CMAA is to create a closely connected community of club management professionals who place a high value on education and support for each other. As such, members benefit from industry-leading educational and professional development opportunities within a collaborative and supportive environment.
TGSC membership is comprised primarily of Club Managers, Chief Operating Officers, and other executive leaders from over 250 private and social club facilities throughout California, who maintain their positions through ongoing education sessions as well as two statewide educational conferences.
The objectives of the Association are to promote relationships between club management professionals and other similar professions, to encourage the education and advancement of members, and to provide the resources needed for efficient and successful club operations.
Although businesses cut costs in some areas due to likely recession, it doesn’t concern the IT budget – it’ll predictably continue to grow. Because of the pandemic and massive transition to remote work, managers understood that IT is not only worth investment, technology is critical to achieving success. And Clubs aren’t the exception.
But while planning the IT budget for a Club, General Managers or Controllers sometimes make mistakes and use their resources unreasonably. We prepared this article, so you avoid common oversights and get the most bang for your buck.
What you need to know about IT budget planning in 2023
SWZD presented its annual report on IT budgets and tech trends. We want to share with you some interesting data from it.
- Most companies (51%) plan to increase year-over-year IT spending, and only 6% plan on a decrease.
- IT budgets are expected to grow by 13% YoY in 2023, with a median increase of 5%, at the company level.
- Factors that are driving businesses to increase IT budgets:
1. Inflation: 40% of budget increases in 2023 will be influenced by inflation, compared to 22% in 2022.
2. Need to upgrade outdated infrastructure.
3. Increased priority on IT projects.
4. Employee growth.
5. Increased security concerns.
6. Other secondary reasons for IT budget growth in 2023 relate to operations, including continuing to support a remote workforce, business revenue increases, and changes to business operations.
- Managed services spending will account for 18% of IT budgets in 2023, up from 15% in 2020.
Mistakes in technology budgeting
Budgeting for technology can be tricky because you want to be ready for anything, but you also don’t want to overspend and waste valuable resources. It’s a delicate balance that many fail to achieve because of the following mistakes.
Mistake #1: The cheapest option is always the best
You need technology to improve your members’ satisfaction, streamline workflows, and increase employee productivity. So, it’s essential to look at the quality, not only at the cost.
But the most expensive option isn’t always the best either, because it can include many features you don’t need. The price-quality ratio is the key.
Define the most important criteria for your Club and focus only on them when choosing technologies. Just remember that IT shouldn’t be an afterthought because it can significantly improve your bottom line and customer experience.
Mistake #2: Last year’s IT budget will work for this year
As technology and cybersecurity threats evolve and advance, Clubs need to stay up-to-date to succeed. It can be challenging because budgets are often tight, and it can be hard to justify spending on new technology when old systems are still operational.
You can overcome this barrier by conducting internal assessments to identify friction points and areas where upgrading to a new system or platform could improve business outcomes. This information can help make a case for the necessary expenditure to stay relevant and improve your Club’s long-term success.
Mistake #3: One or two internal specialists can handle all IT needs of your Club
Even an IT genius needs the occasional vacation or day off. Augmenting internal resources with an IT service provider can help bridge gaps and relieve your internal resources.
IT service providers can help take on some day-to-day tasks and responsibilities. It improves job satisfaction and employee retention since your team members will feel appreciated and empowered to take time off when necessary without jeopardizing your Club’s IT infrastructure.
Another crucial factor is that an IT service provider can help you in areas the internal IT team doesn’t have adequate bandwidth to cover or in which they do not excel.
Mistake #4: Thinking short-term
Always keep your overall business objectives in mind when budgeting for IT needs. Purchasing solutions that cannot grow with you is wasteful. You will end up spending more money in the long run. You can avoid potential roadblocks and extra costs by planning ahead as much as possible.
Partnering with an IT service provider can be an excellent strategy for IT budgeting. Club Support’s team has been working with clubs for over 20 years and knows everything about industry needs and costs.
Do you want professional help with IT budgeting? Contact us, and we’ll choose and provide you with cost-effective solutions that meet your specific needs.
Investing in effective cybersecurity is critical when you rely on online tools and platforms to run a successful membership club. But what does that mean? What sort of online dangers does your club face today?
In this post, we’ll explore cybersecurity, different cyberattacks you need to know about, and how professional cybersecurity services can help you fight them.
What is Cybersecurity?
Here’s a simple cybersecurity definition: cybersecurity refers to a wide range of technologies, practices, and processes designed to protect users against numerous threats.
IT specialists providing cybersecurity and data protection services can safeguard your club against risks and associated issues, including costly downtime and reputation damage.
What are the Different Types of Cyberattacks?
Suffering a successful cyberattack and a resulting data breach can be devastating for businesses of all sizes. Attackers could access vital data and disrupt a company’s operations, ultimately costing them money.
For example, according to an IBM survey, the average recovery cost of a data breach in Canada was $7 million. Compromised or stolen credentials were the most common entry point for a hacking attack, and businesses took an average of 48 days to contain a data breach.
Before you can plan and implement an effective cybersecurity strategy, you must know what risks you face. Some of the most common types of cyberattacks include:
- Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS)
- Brute-force hacking
- SQL injection attack
- Phishing scams
We’ll explore some of these in detail below. Regardless of the method used, any hacking attack that results in a data breach can disrupt a membership club’s operations for days or weeks.
Implementing a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy will reduce your membership club’s risk. However, handling cybersecurity in-house can be complicated and time-consuming. Cybersecurity and knowledgeable IT talent are hard to hire and even harder to retain. Working with a team providing cybersecurity services is a more convenient option, and it will ensure that your club is protected with the latest mitigation strategies and technology solutions.
What are the Biggest Cybersecurity Threats Facing Membership Clubs?
Here are five of the most common cybersecurity threats facing membership clubs:
Phishing scams are one of the most common types of cyberattacks and the most prominent attack surface. While scammers may use SMS to target prospective victims, email remains a popular method.
In their emails, scammers may pretend to represent a trusted, well-established business or institution. Criminals perpetrating phishing scams will try to trick recipients into divulging sensitive information, such as credit card numbers or login details. Scammers could use this information to undertake fraudulent activities before the victim even realizes that something is wrong.
Attackers could pose as an equipment supplier, caterer, bank, or other entity providing services relevant to your membership club. If they have researched your business, they may have the knowledge to create a legitimate, convincing email. Vigilance and reliable cyberattack prevention services are essential to staying safe.
SQL Injection Attack
During a Structured Query Language (SQL) Injection attack, the perpetrator will inject a code into a search box on a website. The aim is to prompt a server to reveal sensitive information and allow the attacker to manipulate online databases and content.
As a result, targeted businesses may suffer a severe data breach, and valuable details could fall into the wrong hands. Attackers can also modify and destroy sensitive data instead of simply stealing it. Recovering or correcting that information may be a considerable undertaking, including paying a ransom.
As a membership club, your site will likely include registration or contact forms. Attackers may use these to launch an SQL injection attack. Using tailored protection and input fields that prevent visitors from entering text directly (e.g., drop-down menus) and updating all software components are two simple steps to preventing SQL injection attacks.
Ransomware has become a common type of hacking attack. Perpetrators attempt to extort money by locking victims out of crucial files, programs, or systems until they pay the ransom demanded. Payments are usually requested in cryptocurrency to make attackers harder to trace.
More than 61% of organizations in Canada experienced a ransomware hacking attack in 2021. Specialist cyberattack prevention services can monitor your network round the clock for signs of harmful activity and take action to prevent ransomware attacks.
Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) Attack
During a DDoS attack, multiple compromised systems target networks, systems, or servers with overwhelming traffic. Servers cannot accommodate the sheer number of requests, and the targeted website will experience severe performance problems or go offline.
As a result, a business could only sell products or provide services through the affected website once solving the problem. Existing and prospective members may need help to sign up, book activities, or perform other key tasks on your site after a DDoS attack.
Monitoring your website traffic, dedicated web application firewalls (WAF), and content distribution networks (CDN), increasing your bandwidth, and migrating to cloud-based software can reduce the risk of DDoS attacks targeting your club.
Brute Force Attacks
A brute-force attack or credentials stuffing revolves around guessing the target’s login credentials to gain system access. Brute-force attackers tend to use AI-assisted writing and bots to enter possible credentials until they get it right. A successful brute-force attack on your membership club’s website or app could give them unrestricted access to its backend.
Fortunately, a strict policy on password creation — e.g., avoiding birthdays, children’s names, etc. — can make your club’s login credentials much more challenging to guess. Additionally, a team providing cyberattack prevention services can implement methods to fight off brute-force attacks and keep your login credentials safe.
How Do You Make Sure Your Club’s Data Doesn’t Get Compromised?
Membership clubs must take action to keep their own data and that of their members safe. Knowing the risks is vital, but working with an expert security service provider is the simplest, most effective solution.
Club Support Inc., a reputable cyber protection service provider, will secure your membership club with cutting-edge technologies and effective methods. We will provide a complete security audit, risk management assessment, end-point security, and more, coupled with 24/7 support.
Don’t leave your security to chance. Contact our team today to learn more.