What does it take to keep your business operations secure?
A shifting security landscape requires that businesses keep eyes on their sensitive company data.
“Security needs to be part of the way organizations think—holistically—about their business,” says David Goeckeler, senior vice president and general manager for the Security business group at Cisco.
“There is a great deal at stake: their brand, their reputation, their intellectual property, and their customers’ data. All of these things are at risk. Organizations need to take a systemic approach to minimizing that risk through an appropriate security posture.”
Companies aspiring to safeguard systems and networks would ideally have a real-time updated view of all technology, with an integrated web of products. Instead, most organizations have piecemeal systems, often with security add-ons patched as stopgaps instead of a strategically planned structure.
Do I Really Need to Worry About Being Hacked?
Most security service providers will lay out the risks: It’s not really a matter of if you will be hacked, but when.
Check over this infographic about the world’s biggest data breaches and hacks. You can play with the filters to show either number of records stolen, or data sensitivity. Note that these losses are greater than 30,000 records.
What Can Security Service Providers Do For Me?
The Cisco 2015 Midyear Security Report writes that “Some organizations look to security services providers for guidance as they embrace mobile, social, cloud, and other emerging business models. Some seek help in navigating data privacy and data sovereignty requirements in markets where they operate.
Others, including small and midsize businesses looking to take advantage of security technologies and operations that larger enterprises use, tap third-party experts to help them find managed and hosted models that meet the needs of their business.”
If you’re unsure about the security of your organizational systems, consider a scalable solution made for a variety of industries: medical, financial, educational and more.
Utilize Patented 3-Factor Authentication Technology
RecordVault employs a patented cybersecurity technique, RecordSecurity, which incorporates cost effective, software-based multifactor authentication (3FA) as a combination of the RecordVault Key™, your own password identification and government-standard AES encryption.
This technology secures employee files and personal records in selected folders on their devices that can be safely backed up in the cloud and transmitted to various institutional records management systems.
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