Did you lock the back door? Discover you network risks with External Vulnerability Testing - HCS

Did you lock the back door? Discover you network risks with External Vulnerability Testing

Did you lock the back door? Discover you network risks with External Vulnerability Testing
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Your business is very much like a house whereby windows and doors are locked to keep intruders out. But sometimes, a stranger can get through an unlocked back door, and rummage through your property, perhaps take items without your knowledge. This scenario can easy relate to cybercrime and your IT network. Given the chance hackers and malware can get inside your network through unlocked doors and compromise your business systems and related data.

This is why we highly recommend conducting an External Vulnerability Test in order to identify devices on your networks that are open to known vulnerabilities. HCS Business Solutions will remotely test your network to determine whether unauthorised access or other malicious activity is possible and provide you with directions you should take to reduce the chances of an attacker disrupting the integrity of your network.

Ask yourself this question, did you lock the doors this morning when you left for work? I bet you did. (Maybe you set the alarm too!) Its good security practise after all. It doesn’t mean that you will never have a break in, but it definitely helps keep your house as safe as possible.
Let me ask you this second question;  did you check your business network security this morning? I bet you didn’t…..Just like your home your business network needs protecting, your network is your property and you must take responsibility to keep it safe. You wouldn’t leave your doors unlocked now would you?

To find out more about our External Vulnerability Testing or other security solutions, call 051 595200 or email sales@hcs.ie .  We will help highlight your most critical vulnerabilities and set out clear, actionable security steps.

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