Industry data shows that about 43% of small and medium-sized businesses completely ignore cybersecurity because it’s confusing or just plain annoying to deal with. But in today’s cyberthreat landscape, even the smallest companies must have robust security solutions in place.
The good news? Managed IT security from Tech Eagles will help you secure your technology—and protect your entire business—without your team spending precious time on setup and monitoring. It’s easy to get started!
We’ve heard a lot of excuses over the years about why small to midsize businesses don’t even have basic cybersecurity solutions—like antivirus protection—in place on their networks. And believe us when we say “we get it.”
To busy business owners and managers like you, cybersecurity can seem like an expensive, overly technical “nice-to-have” at best—not something you actually need. At worst, it’s often viewed as an unnecessary headache that causes more issues than it appears to solve.
But, what if we told you that it doesn’t have to be something you even think much about?
Businesses throughout the Tri-Cities area of Tennessee, Southwestern Virginia, and within the Panama City Beach, Florida region have a capable, responsive, and friendly IT partner ready to provide every possible cybersecurity solution your small to midsize business could need!
Think bulletproof computer data security and virus protection created specifically for your unique business. Plus, lightning-fast virus removal in case of an emergency and accidental exposure. And it’s more affordable than you think.
For businesses who need to adhere to criteria from various regulatory agencies that govern information security, such as HIPAA and PCI—or for small to midsize businesses who just want to better protect any sensitive data they handle—Tech Eagles is here to “lock it down.” Explore our additional cybersecurity services!
Let the experts at Tech Eagles handle your cybersecurity and sleep better at night knowing your technology is protected—and your in-house IT staff or other employees aren’t wasting time working on preventing issues themselves.
It’s an unfortunate fact that if you use the internet at all today—especially for business purposes—you’re exposed to cyber threats. And a lapse in IT security can cost you your business. Seriously.
There is a statistic out there suggesting that as many as 60% of small businesses that suffer a security breach go out of business within 6 months. The most alarming part? Most breaches are preventable.
It’s true that small to midsize businesses have limited resources, and they are more at risk of not being able to survive a data breach or hacker attack. This makes it absolutely critical for businesses like those we serve in Tennessee, Virginia, or Florida to have a reliable network and robust security.
But cybersecurity is complicated, right? You know you need it, but you and your team just don’t have time…
The word “cybersecurity” is a mouthful—and it sounds a little intimidating. But it mainly just describes information technology-based strategies and tactics to protect all your networks, devices, programs, and data from digital attacks.
These strategies and tactics can be challenging for small businesses to handle on their own, of course—so many ignore the threats out there. You never have to “go it alone” with cybersecurity, however. Experts like us at Tech Eagles are ready and waiting to help!
Hackers are smart. They realize that small to midsize businesses do not typically have strong cybersecurity defenses due to budget constraints and smaller IT teams versus large corporations.
That’s why cybercriminals target smaller businesses over individuals and larger companies. Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), an industry-leading resource for cybercrime statistics, has shown that small businesses with under 1,000 employees continue to be hackers’ favorite targets.
And these hackers are seeking out financial gain in 93% of incidents. In other words, if you do not have robust cybersecurity in place, hackers are ready and waiting to steal money from you—often through the use of ransomware.
Yes. Most data breaches in businesses of all sizes are caused by well-meaning employees who “didn’t know better” and fell for social engineering or other phishing attacks that led to installing malware, ransomware, or spyware that hackers use to steal your data. The best way to prevent these kinds of accidents? Train your employees on cybersecurity basics.