To put it simply, the most devastating security incidents happen due to human error. The most effective training programs mitigate human error by teaching employees the basics of what proper security behaviors are, why information security matters, how to identify social engineering attacks, the importance of setting strong passwords, using two-factor authentication, protecting physical devices, and appropriate use of company resources.
You wouldn’t think to apply multiple band aids to fix a broken bone. So, why treat your business’s security with the same patchy response?
Guardian Computer has partnered with Cynet to provide Extended Detection and Response (XDR), delivering Autonomous Breach Protection to your business with a full stack security suite for improved protection, detection, and remediation.
Technology is only as good as the people behind it. Guardian seeks to continuously improve IT systems to reduce long term costs and provide the most impact to the organization.
Read our newest blog to learn how Guardian’s agility can meet your needs as your healthcare organization continues to grow.
Working from home as a legitimate and recognized alternative to office-based environments is probably the most prominent change to happen in decades of traditional work culture. Remote workers are currently among the most vulnerable targets for cybercrime. Guardian Computer has serviced companies with a distributed workforce far longer than the pandemic.
With ransomware attacks becoming an increasing trend, small businesses should consider cyber insurance to protect their company. When applying for cyber insurance, you need to understand what the carrier is offering. This blog offers helpful advice when considering cyber insurance.
Join us in celebrating some huge wins this year! Our new blog highlights resources created to better serve our clients, news articles featuring our team, service-based awards we received in 2021, and a look ahead for 2022!