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Modern hackers are criminals operating in an environment which is still largely unprepared for them, and they have developed a huge array of tools to choose from. Viruses, phishing, malware, ransomware, worms - by custom tailoring these and other methods to their target they can avoid detection altogether for months at a time.

"I don't have anything worth stealing" is an outdated defense. Businesses have a wide variety of data which is worthwhile to hackers, especially financial information for the business or its customers. Large amounts of Personally Identifiable Information are another lucrative target, or the services of the business itself can be targeted by a ransomware attack that locks computer systems behind a paywall.

Properly configured firewalls and antivirus software are not the beginning and the end of proper cyber security, despite how they advertise. Firewall and antivirus together are similar to a screen door to keep out the various bugs adrift in the open internet, but they pose little problem to a genuine intruder. Uncomfortable as it might be, it is important to understand that a competent hacker is very likely to be successful in compromising whatever system they target, but we can then construct a security posture around this premise. Proper defense therefore is about becoming an unattractive target, and to have a means to restore systems to a clean and stable state should they become critically infected. 

Here are some of the most effective ways to keep your network secure, and how they match to our services:

Find and address existing vulnerabilities in your systems.

Reduce the surface area of your network to deter opportunistic attackers

Inform and train your users so that they are a security asset, rather than a liability. 

Develop a truly capable cyber

security team

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