Technology makes it easier for customers to reach your business, for employees to connect from anywhere, and for team members to innovate. But the more open your business systems are, the more entry points there are for security threats to penetrate.
The threat landscape is complex, but your security doesn’t have to be.Security must be considered for every business operation, not to seal off your business, but to make open connections and collaborations safe for everyone.
PCS can help you protect your networks, implement industry standards, follow best practices, and reduce attack surfaces.
No single solution can protect your networks from the variety of threats they face today. Your strategy must include multiple layers of security so that if one fails, others still stand. Access controls, security policies, intrusion prevention systems, VPNs—all can play a part in keeping your networks secure.
Different sectors face different regulations—HIPAA, PCI, SOX, and even local and state laws. Failing to comply can result in fines, censures, and reputational damage. A good security plan stays on top of these regulations so you stay compliant. But more importantly, a good plan keeps your critical data secure.
Every business, every foundation, every organization is a target. Whether it’s DDoS attacks, phishing, social engineering, or an as yet unheard of way to attack your business, cybercriminals work overtime to breach your defenses. If you have digital assets of any worth, then consider your business a possible mark for cybercrime.