Dear Business Owner,
We are all hearing the hacking horror stories on the news this last year. InfoSec has declared 2011 the year of the cyber attack. These attacks are becoming almost daily occurrences and as the economy struggles, it will only get worse!
Recently we have heard how hacking sullied big names like BP, Citibank, WordPress.com, Epsilon, Qriocity, and the PlayStation Network and stole personal information from powerful people such as New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.
In fact, we have recently learned that more than 75,000 computer systems at nearly 2,500 companies in the United States and around the world have been hacked in what appears to be one of the largest and most sophisticated attacks by cyber criminals discovered to date, according to a northern Virginia security firm.
When it comes to network security, there are two types of companies: Those that have been hacked, and those that don’t know they have been hacked.
But there are ways to protect your passwords, both personally and company-wide.
But don’t take my word for it… watch this presentation and then call me at 949-218-8754 for a no-obligation consultation.
Dovell Bonnett, Founder and CEO
This video shows how to:
- Understand the threat to a business’s computer network.
- The problems with current password security policies.
- Show that a smartcard-based password manager can secure the “virtual” front door.
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