What is Cybersecurity?
Cybersecurity also referred to as information technology security or network security is a body of technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect computers, networks, software, programs, and valuable data from unintended or unauthorized access, attacks, change, or destruction. It is the act of protecting any system, network, program, or infrastructure from cyberattacks.
No one device or piece of software can protect your business from modern cyber attack. It takes a complete program to maximize cybersecurity.
The goal of Cybersecurity is to develop preventative methods to protect data on your system from being stolen, compromised, or attacked in some way. It requires an understanding of potential information threats, such as viruses and other malicious code. Cybersecurity strategies include identity management, risk management, and incident management.
Partnering with a Managed Services Provider (MSP) that focuses on IT security can bolster your cybersecurity defenses. This is especially true when it comes to end-user error. All the tools and solutions in the world won’t protect your business from every attack. Human error is still highly dangerous, and many employees grow complacent at some point as they fail to follow best practices. That is why having a multilayered security approach is so critical in protecting your data.
When your business falls victim to a cyberattack, you lose more than your data—
you also lose your credibility.
3 Facts on Cybersecurity
More than half of all cyberattacks are targeted at small businesses
These breaches frequently cost over $100k. For businesses of any size, especially small businesses, a sum of that amount is detrimental to proper functioning and stability.
Nearly ¼ of those cyberattacks force a suspension of operations
If your operations are suspended, your business cannot provide service to customers, employees, and partners. Most small businesses never recover from this.
The most common cyberattacks can easily trick an open system or employee
Cyberattacks are becoming smarter, disguising themselves so well that any employee or open system can be fooled. Don’t leave your infrastructure at risk.
Why is Cybersecurity Important for your business?
Cybersecurity is complicated, no longer can you install it and forget it. Your firewall is the entry point to your entire business. If you aren’t checking to make sure the “door is locked” you could be vulnerable. Network outages, data compromised by hackers, computer viruses and other incidents affect our lives in ways that range from inconvenient to life-threatening. As the number of mobile users, digital applications and data networks increase, so do the opportunities for exploitation.
Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are the prime target for attackers because they tend to be easier targets. They’re often less secure and unprepared for an attack.
Think about burglars that go after houses where they know no one is home. With more cybercrime automation and the rise of hacking kits, the cost and time it takes to launch a successful attack have decreased, increasing the number of cyber-attacks executed.
What You Get from Cybersecurity Services
The modern criminal has moved to the digital space. They can now infiltrate your business and access your data when your IT system and network are left unprotected.
Our cybersecurity solutions include a consulting service to help businesses find the right course of action.
How KAPPA IT Protects Your Business
Kappa's MSP Professional Services team fully manages and monitors your network and firewall 24/7/365, protecting you from today’s advanced cyber threats.
Why Choose KAPPA for Cybersecurity Services
Kappa offers 24/7 monitoring, and hardware all wrapped up in one low monthly price.
Kappa Secure IT is a cybersecurity program developed to boost your overall IT security and keep your network guarded against hackers and data breaches. This program is designed to prevent cyber attacks, improve overall performance and secure your critical data. With 24/7 protection and flexible deployment options, our managed security service program can help your business meet regulatory and best practice requirements, such as FSA, DPA, Basel, ISO 17799, HIPAA and GLA.
Our Kappa Secure IT program provides your business with a multi-layered security approach. We layer your network with a business-class firewall, anti-virus protection, best practice network restrictions and permissions, security risk management, employee education, coupled with monitoring and management of your mission-critical network infrastructure like your firewall, switches, routers and wireless access points. For a set monthly fee, Kappa will effectively and proactively manage your network security, allowing you to rest easy knowing your company is safe and secure.
Kappa Secure IT Service KEY FEATURES:
Increase security by limiting employee access to non-business related applications.
With our cybersecurity services team, threats are monitored and halted 24/7 for continuous service at all times.
We implement and install security hardware and software with best-practice configurations geared towards for your business.
Proactive maintenance of your IT infrastructure, day or night, keeps us informed and ready to tackle any issues that may arise for fast recovery.
We constantly stay alert for new threat, new types of threats, and potential areas of risk regarding the cyber safety of your business.
Lower your IT downtime by preventing malware and viruses from affecting your system's stability.
HERE AT KAPPA, IT'S IMPORTANT TO FOLLOW A SOLID DEFENSE FOR YOUR CYBERSECURITY.
WE USE THE "5 P'S" FOR OUR CLIENTSFOR YOUR CYBERSECURITY.
HERE AT KAPPA WE FOLLOW THE "5 P's"
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Kappa SECURE IT Program gives you:
Enterprise-class firewall hardware, programming, and installation
Around the clock remote monitoring on your network infrastructure 24/7/365
Configuration changes and support requests pertaining to firewall
Warranty on hardware
Adds, moves or changes to appliances
Alerts regarding equipment and disruptions
Notifications of qualified threats
Regular firmware backups and updates as required
Secure wireless network access (Wi-Fi)
Content filtering intrusion prevention
Continuous management of new security threats
Education to staff on security best practices
Network restriction best practice implementation
Kappa's trained and certified security technicians