Just Because You've Been LUCKY Enough To Avoid A Cyber-Attack Doesn't Mean You're Not At Risk

Free 15-Point Cyber-Security Audit Will Reveal Where Your Computer Network Is Exposed And How To Protect Your Company Now

Imagine walking into your office one morning to discover your computer network was breached by a hacker, exposing not only YOUR company's data, but also all of your client records and private communications. Imagine the embarrassment of having to notify your clients and vendors that, because of you, their private and possibly personal information may now be in the hands of cyber-criminals. And hope that's the only damage done...

Operations could be halted or severely limited for days, possibly weeks. Your data corrupt to the point of being useless. Clients lost. Potential lawsuits and government fines for violating data-breach laws. The exorbitant emergency IT fees to get everything restored to working order fast. Then there's the risk of your bank account being drained dry - and because you're a business, you are NOT protected by the banks in the same way individual consumers are. Any money stolen out of your accounts could simply be gone forever.

I know you're tempted to think, "That won't happen to us. We're just a small company. Who'd want to hack us?"

Which is exactly what cyber-criminals WANT you to think!

With St. Patrick's Day this month, I want to take a moment to remind you that just because you've had "the luck of the Irish" and have been able to avoid an incident like this in the past doesn't mean you're not at risk. That's why during the month of March, we are offering three local businesses a FREE Cyber-Security Audit that will reveal your company's vulnerability to cyber-attacks and the threats they pose to your business. Due to the high number of requests for our Cyber-Security Audit, we are only able to offer this promotion to the first three lucky businesses until March 17th (St. Patrick's Day). All you have to do is call our office at (480) 739-9888 or (646) 762-4575, or fill out the form on the right.