Why Security Awareness Training Sucks

Why Security Awareness Training Sucks

THE HUMAN-FIREWALL

Cyber-Security and Information Security are huge topics in the tech world. For most tech guys, security is their favorite topic. Add to that, most tech guys think they’re experts at it. In order to protect a tech environment a tech guy will implement things like… Firewalls, Anti-Virus Software, Anti-Malware Software, Computer Policies, Content Filters, Spam Filters, Monitoring Systems, and the list goes on and on.

Dedicate 1 Email To Manage Your Tech Stuff

Dedicate 1 Email To Manage Your Tech Stuff

THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE

A common issue I run into when onboarding new clients is tracking down access to the different apps, licenses, sites, and services that a client uses to run their business. Login access to things like… A domain registrar (GoDaddy, Network Solutions, etc.) Software or hardware licensing. Or even login information to Microsoft Office 365 or Google G Suite. You’d be surprised at how many businesses don’t have access to their own tech stuff.

The Case For Integrated Tech

The Case For Integrated Tech

SUPER HELPFUL TECH

Most tech providers talk about Service Level Agreements or SLAs. It’s a fancy way of saying… “Here’s what you get”. In exchange for paying me your dollars. For example. If you call me for help. I agree to return your call within 4 hours. Another common one would be. If you need help with your server. I will help you as long as it’s covered under a manufacturers service contract.

Small Businesses Get Hacked The Most

Small Businesses Get Hacked The Most

HACKY SACK

Verizon’s 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report states that the most hacked business sector is Small Business. 43%. Damn! No matter how you slice it. It’s not good. It does make sense though... And that’s because small businesses typically have less structure when it comes to tech. Most small businesses wing their tech. And it shows. It is in part why I started Get Your Tech Right.