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Network Security and Data Protection for Healthcare Practices and businesses throughout Phoenix

“We Did Our Best” Is No Longer An Acceptable Answer


With millions of cyber criminals working daily to hack systems, and  with employees accessing more and more confidential client data, there  is no known way to absolutely, positively guarantee you won’t have a  data breach. However, your efforts to put in place good, solid best  practices in security will go a long way to help you avoid hefty fines.  Here are some basic things to look at to avoid being labeled  irresponsible:


Managing access.  Who can access the confidential information you store in your business?  Is this information easily accessible by everyone in your company? What  is your policy about taking data out of the office on mobile devices?


IT security and passwords.  The more sensitive the data, the higher the level of security you need  to keep on it. Are your passwords easy to crack? Is the data encrypted?  Secured behind a strong firewall? If not, why?


Training.  One of the biggest causes for data breaches is the human element:  employees who accidentally download viruses and malware that allow  hackers easy access. Do you have a data security policy? A password  policy? Do you have training to help employees understand how to use  e-mail and the Internet responsibly?


Physical security.  It’s becoming more common for thieves to break into offices and steal  servers, laptops and other digital devices. Additionally, paper  contracts and other physical documents containing sensitive information  should be locked up or scanned and encrypted.

Data security is something that EVERY business is now responsible  for, and not addressing this important issue has consequences that go  beyond the legal aspect; it can seriously harm your reputation with  clients. So be smart about this. Talk to your attorney about your legal  responsibility

How Protected Is Your Business Against Security Threats?

Our Free Computer Network Security Assessment (A $495 Value) Will Give you the Answer 

Claim your FREE Computer Network Security Assessment and one of our top IT security experts will:

  • Perform a vulnerability scan of your network to determine where the weak links are.
  • Review your security and disaster recovery policies against state and federal requirements for your industry.
  • Review your antivirus and anti-malware systems to ensure they are  working properly. This is one of the top ways that hackers can penetrate  your network.
  • Review your user account settings for weak passwords and expired accounts

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We provide an assortment of worry-free  computer support, IT Consulting, Medical Technology Consulting, Network  Services, Computer Services, Network Support solutions to businesses  like yours in Maricopa County, Arizona, Pinal County, Arizona, Phoenix,  Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe, Scottsdale, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley,  Maricopa, Casa Grande, Apache Junction, Superior, Fountain Hills,  Ahwatukee, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Anthem, Glendale, Laveen,  Tolleson, Goodyear, Buckeye, Litchfield Park, Peoria, Surprise, Sun  City, and Sun City West. 

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Chandler, Arizona, United States

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