At Octarity we envision a future where organizations can confidently embrace digital transformation initiatives without worrying about cyber attacks and data breaches.
Cyber Security is Not Optional
We know that dealing with cybersecurity for your business can seem costly and feel overwhelming. Our certified team has used award-winning tools and methods to reduce hack attempts by 97% from day one.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some common reasons why hackers might target your business:
- Lack of security: Small businesses often have limited resources and may not have the same level of security measures in place as larger corporations, making them easier targets.
- Valuable data: Small businesses often collect and store sensitive customer information, such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, and addresses, that can be valuable to hackers.
- Easy entry: Small businesses often have fewer layers of protection, making it easier for hackers to find a weakness and gain access to sensitive information.
- Reputation damage: Hacking a small business can damage the company’s reputation and harm its future prospects, which may be appealing to some malicious actors.
- Limited response: Small businesses may not have the resources or expertise to effectively respond to a hacking attack, making them a more attractive target.
It is important for small businesses to invest in strong security measures to protect their customers and their business.
Small businesses are unique, they have specific needs based on where they are in their business’s life. Some need just the essentials to get started others need a little more. It is frustrating to look for a service and feel like its made for the big guys.
Octarity’s mission is to help small businesses improve their cybersecurity. We are setup to service the small business market so that they get what they need, in a way they need it, at a cost they can afford.
- Cyber risk assessment
- Email security & Training and awareness
- Backup and recovery measures
- Monitoring and basic protection measures
- Contain the breach: Disconnect from the network, and power off systems. Isolate and secure the systems and networks that were compromised to prevent further damage.
- Investigate the cause: Determine the source of the breach and the extent of the damage caused.
- Notify authorities: Report the breach to relevant authorities, such as law enforcement and data protection regulators.
- Inform affected individuals: Notify customers, employees, and other stakeholders who may be affected by the breach.
- Take corrective action: Implement security measures to prevent similar breaches from reoccurring.
- Review and improve processes: Evaluate your current security processes and identify areas for improvement.
- Monitor the situation: Continuously monitor the situation to ensure that the breach has been fully contained and that no further damage is being done.
- We do! As part of our client engagement journey, we conduct a business cyber risk assessment. This process helps you better understand your needs. After this assessment, we will quote you on cybersecurity that you need to address your immediate concerns. Depending on the size and complexity of your business, we may offer you a free trial of our cyber threat monitoring solution so that you may better know and understand what’s going on.
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