Business Leaders Urged to Schedule Workout Session with Cyber Security Coach

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NYC area IT consultant reviews 3 common cyber security threats, urges business leaders to consult cyber security experts—in a new article from eMazzanti Technologies

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A business cyber security coach will run you through a workout program of security solutions to keep your network healthy, provide the visibility you need, and get you back to working on other priorities.

A NYC area IT security consultant and MSP reviews three common business cyber security threats and urges business leaders to consult a cyber security expert in a new article on the eMazzanti Technologies website.

The informative article cites weak or stolen passwords, forgotten passwords and phishing emails as common cyber security threats. The author also includes best practices to block these threats and recommends solutions from WatchGuard Technologies to effectively deal with them.

“A business cyber security coach will run you through a workout program of security solutions to keep your network healthy, provide the visibility you need, and get you back to working on other priorities,” stated Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies.

Below are a few excerpts from the article, “Schedule a Workout Session with a Business Cyber Security Coach.”

“Your day starts with an energy bar and a three-mile run. But on your laptop awaits a long list of business cyber security notifications that require your immediate attention. You rush to get through the alerts before others sign in and you’re swamped with the usual fire drills. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get this all into shape through a workout session with an expert business cyber security coach?”

Weak or Stolen Passwords

“According to Verizon, 81% of recent hacking-related breaches leveraged weak or stolen passwords. Thus, the time for sticky notes on monitors preserving passwords like John1987 are far in the past. Your employees need secure passwords that can be managed safely. How are you ensuring that passwords aren’t putting your business at risk from a breach?”

Forgotten Passwords

“Employees today awkwardly manage a plethora of passwords—191 in fact for the average business employee. Furthermore, they dutifully authenticate to websites and applications over 150 times per month. Overall, the average 250-employee company counts almost 48,000 passwords in use. No wonder your employees are constantly forgetting their passwords and asking for a reset!”

Willing Clickers

“According to Digital Guardian, 91% of cyber-attacks start with a phishing email. As long as organizations have willing employees that click on the link, hackers will continue to leverage and evolve this method for malware delivery.”

Schedule a Business Cyber Security Workout Session

eMazzanti technologies has trained, certified, and experienced business cyber-security experts ready to customize a cyber-security program for every business. Having earned WatchGuard Partner of the Year 5X, they know their business cyber security. Call today to schedule a free consultation.

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eMazzanti’s team of trained, certified IT experts rapidly deliver increased revenue growth, data security and productivity for clients ranging from law firms to high-end global retailers, providing advanced retail and payment technology, cloud and mobile solutions, multi-site implementations, 24×7 outsourced network management, remote monitoring and support.

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