Securing systems and data in your organization is no longer a luxury, but a necessity. Cyber attacks are more common than you think. Is your organization prepared for a cyber emergency? Has your organization been a victim of a data breach?
According to Garrett Bekker, 46% of U.S. companies were affected by data breaches in 2017. All businesses, no matter the size, need to take measures to help prevent attacks and have a set plan ready to go in case one does occur. No company or individual can be 100% protected from cyber security threats.
IBM Security and Ponemon Institute conducted a data breach survey that revealed the average total cost of a data breach is $3.86 million, the average cost per lost or stolen record is $148, and the likelihood of a recurring breach over the next two years is 27.9%. Data breaches continue to be costlier and result in more records being lost or stolen, year after year.
The rise of cyber attacks is pushing organizations to focus on implementing cyber security to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of a cyber emergency. Your organization can protect your data with cloud-based Enterprise Content Management (ECM) services, such as ImageSilo.
Read below about the five levels of security ImageSilo has to offer to ensure your information is secure at all times:
1.) System Security
•All systems are monitored 24/7
•Firewalls are managed and constantly monitored
•Intrusion-detection technology monitors all system access
2.) Data Security
•Strict password requirement guidelines, including complexity, expiration dates, and two-level authentication
•Entity, group, user, project, document, function, and field-level security settings
•Data segregation ensures no company or department can access another’s data
3.) Physical Security
•All physical facilities are monitored live
•Redundant data centers store and mirror data for protection from major disaster
•Access is limited to personnel who have the proper clearance
4.) Application Security
•Automatic session termination ends sessions when idle
•Access is restricted to data through user, function, project, and document security settings
•Audit trails track security controls, user activity, document history, and record retention policies
5.) Transmission Security
•Layers of encryption ensure secure network communication
•Encryption protects data both during transmission and while at rest
•Caching routines ensure stored data is never exposed to the public network
We want to show you how Microtek’s over 50 years of experience can help you and your organization establish your cyber security strategy today. Plus, all of our work is guaranteed!
If you have any questions, would like any additional information, or would like a free and no obligation consultation and estimate, please don’t hesitate to call us at 314-872-3322 or 800-264-2808 and ask for Aaron Liess or Mark Sandheinrich, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!