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Your primary risk protections should include the following:

Multi-factor AuthenticationRisk (Cost: included with most platforms)

  • This works by text message, phone call to a mobile device, or an app to generate a code that your programs require to gain access
  • Provides an additional layer of security to protect you from hackers

Benefits: This can prevent access to your accounts even if the password is compromised.

Email Safety and Protection (Cost: $3/month/user)

  • Artificial Intelligence for spear email phishing detection
  • Connects with office 365 and both blocks phishing attempts and reports to a dashboard that MyITRisk monitors on your behalf

Benefits: This reduces the risk of breach via email, which is still the most
often used method to breach your systems.

Endpoint Management Software (Cost: $10 device/month)

  • Antivirus that reports problems to central dashboard viewable by IT
  • Patch Management – keeps software up to date on security patches
  • Asset Tracking – hardware and software management
  • Secure IT access

Benefits: Plugs known vulnerability holes and protects from known threats

Data protection (Cost: starts at $150 month)

  • All user files stored in cloud (i.e. Dropbox, G-suite or Office 365)
  • Server disk level backup off site, point in time recovery, ransomware protection
  • Regular password changes, strong passwords, secure password managment

Benefits: Recover from device failure, disaster and data breaches.

Web Filtering (Cost: starts at $2 month/user)

  • Firewall Content Blocking
  • Server disk level backup off site, point in time recovery, ransomware protection
  • Device based comprehensive filter and reporting system

Benefits: Block known bad sites, enforce acceptable internet use.

User Education (Cost: $30 year/user)

Benefits: Increase employee resistance to phishing email attacks.

No Training 90 days of Training 1 year of Training
27% fall victim 13% fall victim 2% fall victim