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3 out of 4 people will fall victim to a cyberattack at least once in their lives. Since a business is made up of people, it practically guarantees your company will be a casualty to cybercrime at some point. To reduce the number of threats, you must take precautions.
Our desktop security solutions aka Antivirus will work together to create a powerful offense to stop threats, such as malware and viruses, before they reach your business. This strategy will protect your valuable data by monitoring, scanning and removing threats from your servers, desktops and laptops.

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BIS Cloud Managed Desktop Security

Prevention is key when it comes to protecting your company data. In 2012, TrendLab reported more than 6,300 new unique threats appeared every hour. That’s more than 55 million per year!
BIS Cloud Managed Desktop Security monitors all of your computers for potential security threats. By staying one step ahead of cybercriminals, it stops threats before they are able to hurt your business

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Cloud Managed End Point Protection
Anti-virus, Anti-spyware & Anti-malware
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BIS Security Scanning

According to InfoSecurity.com, a malware attack can cost more than $3,000 per day to fully recover from. These attacks can sneak up on you undetected if you’re not regularly scanning your desktops for malware. When it comes to your irreplaceable data, you can never be too safe.
With BIS Security Scanning, you will receive a “second opinion” of your desktop security. This scanning tool is designed to protect your desktops from undetected malware attacks without slowing down your machine.

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Virus & Malware Scan
Malware Removal
Anti-Virus Analysis Programs

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What is the Repetitive Nature of Cybersecurity Attacks on Businesses?

Continuing on with our email security series we’re going to talk about Spoofing today. What is email Spoofing and how can you protect yourself from it?

Email spoofing is whenever somebody sends on behalf of someone else and they spoof you, they make you think that you’re receiving an email from one party when in actuality it’s a totally different party. This is something that has been around a very long time and a lot of times you can hover over the link of the sender’s email address and you’ll see the actual email address. This has been around a really long time.

One time full disclosure here, this happened a long time ago. So I think the laws have passed on any kind of punishment that could happen to me. But we were messing around with a guy in the office and he was talking about a whole bunch of money he made and all this. So we sent him an email from the IRS questioning this money that he received right. And we spoofed it. We sent an email and we changed the from address basically to IRS gov. And whenever he got the email he totally freaked out because his was 25 years ago or whatever and he didn’t know what it was and he thought oh gosh, now the IRS knows about all this money I’ve gotten. So it’s really that simple.

So how do you protect yourself from that? Well first off you can usually hover over that link and you can see that it didn’t come from the person that it says it came from. Another thing that you can do is and it’s more effective because it doesn’t require human intervention. Because we got to think about more than just beyond ourselves. A lot of you guys that watch me have employees and there’s varying levels of cybersecurity acumen amongst these folks so you want to safeguard them, what I say above their head and you do that with a proper email spam filter with your email properly set up.

We use Barracuda. It’s a cloud based product and it has an anti spoofing component to it that actually checks from address if you will, where you see it like say an Outlook or wherever you’re checking your email and the actual header where the actual email is.

Again I sent that email from an account that looked like IRS gov but in reality it was coming from me. So it compares those two on the very simplest it does a lot more things than that but on the very simplest level there are anti spoofing products out there that will guard your mailboxes. Not just for you because I talked to a lot of you guys and you guys got it figured out, but for your employees if nothing else. And I just shot a video a second ago and 85% of companies have had some form of security breach over the past twelve months. So we know that these bad actors are successful.

So stay safe out there. If you have questions or concerns I’m always here to help. I’d like to talk to you about a cybersecurity email bundle that you need really to protect your email. It’s your biggest risk for most small to mid-size companies.

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What is Email Spoofing?

Continuing on with our email security series we’re going to talk about Spoofing today. What is email Spoofing and how can you protect yourself from it?

Email spoofing is whenever somebody sends on behalf of someone else and they spoof you, they make you think that you’re receiving an email from one party when in actuality it’s a totally different party. This is something that has been around a very long time and a lot of times you can hover over the link of the sender’s email address and you’ll see the actual email address. This has been around a really long time.

One time full disclosure here, this happened a long time ago. So I think the laws have passed on any kind of punishment that could happen to me. But we were messing around with a guy in the office and he was talking about a whole bunch of money he made and all this. So we sent him an email from the IRS questioning this money that he received right. And we spoofed it. We sent an email and we changed the from address basically to IRS gov. And whenever he got the email he totally freaked out because his was 25 years ago or whatever and he didn’t know what it was and he thought oh gosh, now the IRS knows about all this money I’ve gotten. So it’s really that simple.

So how do you protect yourself from that? Well first off you can usually hover over that link and you can see that it didn’t come from the person that it says it came from. Another thing that you can do is and it’s more effective because it doesn’t require human intervention. Because we got to think about more than just beyond ourselves. A lot of you guys that watch me have employees and there’s varying levels of cybersecurity acumen amongst these folks so you want to safeguard them, what I say above their head and you do that with a proper email spam filter with your email properly set up.

We use Barracuda. It’s a cloud based product and it has an anti spoofing component to it that actually checks from address if you will, where you see it like say an Outlook or wherever you’re checking your email and the actual header where the actual email is.

Again I sent that email from an account that looked like IRS gov but in reality it was coming from me. So it compares those two on the very simplest it does a lot more things than that but on the very simplest level there are anti spoofing products out there that will guard your mailboxes. Not just for you because I talked to a lot of you guys and you guys got it figured out, but for your employees if nothing else. And I just shot a video a second ago and 85% of companies have had some form of security breach over the past twelve months. So we know that these bad actors are successful.

So stay safe out there. If you have questions or concerns I’m always here to help. I’d like to talk to you about a cybersecurity email bundle that you need really to protect your email. It’s your biggest risk for most small to mid-size companies.

Read More »