Cyber Security Calls for Proactive Security & Reactive Security

August 31, 2018

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It’s an unfortunate fact that too few business owners believe they’ll ever become the victims of a cyber attack. However, with each passing day, more and more organizations are falling victim to malicious hackers. This is especially true now that ransomware attacks have become a reality for a skyrocketing number of companies. That’s why it’s imperative for today’s CEOs to take the threat of cyber crime seriously. Only by ensuring their businesses are protected today, can they guarantee they’ll still be operating tomorrow. Security needs to be a priority, not an afterthought. That’s why we put together this handy resource to help you understand that while a reactive strategy can occasionally suffice, a proactive approach to cyber security is more of a necessity than you might think.

While it may be tempting to put off thinking about your business’s cyber security until an actual threat arises, this approach is more likely to leave you kicking yourself rather than feeling thankful for any time you saved. And while it’s true that a reactive effort might work in certain circumstances, wouldn't you rather enjoy the peace of mind that comes along with knowing you’re prepared in case your network is penetrated? So instead of leaving your cyber security planning on the back burner, make it point to stay ahead of today’s ill-intentioned hackers by taking adopting a mindset that’s equal parts proactive and reactive. Need a helping hand? Contact us at Access One.

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