enhanced data security from IPRO, you can rest assured that your data is completely secured. But what steps go towards knowing your data is secure?

Know Your Data Is Safe with Enhanced Data Security from IPRO

September 21st, 2017 by admin

There’s a big difference between thinking your data is safe and knowing your data is safe. If you simply think your data is safe, we can safely assume two things. For starters, it indicates that you don’t know what measures are in place towards your data security. Secondly, it means that you’re not up-to-speed on how those things are working to keep your data safe. On the other hand, there’s knowing that you have solid data security in place. That means you know exactly what’s protecting your data, and how it works within your organization’s IT environment. It doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to know how everything works on a technical level. Rather, it shows that you are confident in your data security and therefore your company’s IT security as a whole. With enhanced data security from IPRO, you can rest assured that your data is completely secured. But what steps go towards knowing your data is secure? In other words, what exactly protects your data, and what do you need to know about these safeguards? Read a little bit further and we’ll tell you.

Know You’re Protected Against Ransomware

You’re probably no stranger to ransomware. It’s been in the news for years – and you’ve probably encountered it at some point. Ransomware takes your precious data and holds it hostage for a set sum of money. There’s a ransomware attack on a business every 40 seconds. In practical terms, that means multiple attacks have already happened as you reach this point in the blog post. At IPRO, we protect your business from ransomware with a multi-layered approach. We install an advanced antivirus system, we deploy our total data protection service, and we cover end-user best practices with our education awareness program.

Know Your Network is Proactively Secured and Monitored

There isn’t much you can do to protect yourself against cybersecurity threats without a good firewall. That’s exactly why we safeguard your data from attackers with a powerful Fortinet network security structure. But what good is an advanced firewall without a team of professionals monitoring it? Well, we thought about that too. We provide your company with 24/7 network monitoring. Attacks don’t just happen during business hours, which is why it’s vital to keep a watchful eye on any attacks that can happen after hours. When it comes to cyberattacks, time is critical. Furthermore, having a Fortinet security structure in place coupled with 24/7 monitoring means that you’ll leave the cyberattackers with no time to strike.

Know You’ll Come Back from Anything

Security measures like firewalls, antivirus programs, and network monitoring are highly effective for minimizing the risk of a cyberattack compromising your data security. As much as we hate to say it, they aren’t perfect. You need to be ready for the worst-case scenario. With automatic cloud backups from IPRO, you’ll be able to spring back from anything. If a catastrophic event wipes your data out, you can recover your data in a matter of hours, not days. And with downtime costing small businesses an average of $8,600 an hour, you can’t afford to skip out on a disaster recovery option. Your backup is regularly tested to ensure full functionality. No matter what happens, you can rest easy knowing that you can be back up and running quickly and efficiently.

Know Data Security with IPRO

It’s simply not enough to think your data security is up to par. You need to be sure that your data is protected by the best possible security measures. Enhanced data security from IPRO gives you the exact peace of mind that your business needs. Leveraging our services for your company guarantees that your data will be safeguarded properly. So let us take care of your data security while you focus on operating and growing your business. Let’s have a chat today to see how we can help you.

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