Defense ensuring Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability for Your Philadelphia Company
You depend on your IT infrastructure for payment processing, communication, storage of sensitive information and many other core functions of your operation. While technology integration largely improves the way you conduct business, it also presents new risks. As commerce migrates to the digital space, so too have criminals. No matter the size of your company or the industry that you’re in, you could be the next potential target for ransomware attacks, identity theft, fraud, and other cybercrimes. At WC3, we protect businesses and organizations from such crises with customized cyber security solutions. The efficiency of our services and our commitment to investing in our customers’ success have helped position us as the go-to cyber security company in Philadelphia and beyond.
When it comes to cyber security, cookie-cutter one-size-fits-all solutions are not enough to keep your digital assets safe. As your cyber security company in Philadelphia, we will personalize every aspect of our services to reflect your unique business objectives and address any specific areas of risk that you might face. Our plan of action is based on insights gained through direct consultation with you, a meticulous inspection of your current electronic infrastructure, and years of hands-on technical experience. Secure monitoring, advanced endpoint protection and updates, remote monitoring and management, data loss prevention, and dark web monitoring are just a few services that can be included in your cyber security plan. Additionally, support is available 24x7x365 if an issue should ever arise.
Regulatory compliance is often one of the main reasons that businesses and other organizations initially reach out to find a cyber security company in Philadelphia. At WC3, we take great pride in helping professionals and companies that operate in highly regulated industries like healthcare, law, and biotechnology keep their operations running smoothly, securely, and within your strict regulatory environments. When you work with our team, you can be confident that your sensitive information is safe and secure. Our techniques meet and often exceed the guidelines set forth by HIPAA and other applicable state, federal and international standards. Employee education and policy drafting services are available to help prevent issues that could stem from human error within your organization.
These headlines are clear, ransomware, phishing, and other types of cyberattacks are increasing in number and sophistication. No business is too small, and the fact is that cybercriminals like to attack small companies because those businesses often do not have the expertise or resources to fend them off.
Avoiding becoming a victim of cybersecurity, does not just mean evading being attacked. Rather, it also means assuming you will be attacked and putting proactive measures in place so that your business can survive a cyberattack.
If you are running anti-malware software already in your business, then you already realize the essential role it plays in detecting and blocking known ransomware, viruses, and other types of malwares. However, that is only one of several measures you need to take to protect your company, employees, and customers against cyberattacks.
Make it harder for cybercriminals to attack your IT systems through the weak points that can be exploited.
Your employees can establish an important line of defense against cybercrime. By educating employees on how attacks are carried out, they can help spot attacks rather than fall victim to them. Phishing, Spear Phishing, and Social Engineering should be at the top of your list to cover with them.
Cybercriminals are constantly devising new ways to attack businesses. Despite your best efforts, your business can still fall prey to a cyber attack. So, assume your business will be attacked and establish a cyberattack response plan. We can help you develop a data backup strategy and test it to make sure that your information can be restored in case your company is attacked.
Cybercriminals are constantly releasing new malware programs or variants of existing ones. As a result, relying solely on anti-malware software to protect your business is risky, as it takes a while for the vendors to update their anti-malware software to defend against the new programs and new strains.
We can conduct an in-depth security assessment of your business. Our security experts can recommend other measures you can take to protect your business from cyber criminals. We can also help train your employees.