CYBER SECURITY FOR STARTUPS, SMALL & MEDIUM COMPANIES

Many small businesses think they are not “big” enough to be targeted by hackers but that is not true. The U.S. Congressional Small Business Committee found that 71% of cyber-attacks happened to businesses with less than 100 employees. Hackers target smaller companies because they often lack the resources and budget to devote to cyber security.
StartSecure is a simple, cost effective solution that allows small and medium businesses (SMBs) to strengthen their cybersecurity quickly. Hackers are always looking for ways to steal your data, but we can help you make sure that they never find an open door. 

YOU LOSE MORE THAN DATA IN A SECURITY BREACH

DAMAGE TO REPUTATION

Loss of client data could lead to loss of clients and lawsuits. This could cause a reduction in profits and valuation which may cause potential investors to back out.

HIGH RECOVERY COST

Recovering from a cyber-attack is expensive. After a breach, companies are liable to fines and there is a significant increase in their premium for cyber insurance. They also need to hire expensive post-breach consulting services and dedicate a significant part of their time & resources for remediation activities.

LOSS OF STAFF

Recovery can also cause loss of revenue that could lead to layoffs. It’s possible that pressure from investors can lead to CXO level resignations.

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APPROACH

You don’t have to be a Fortune 500 company to become a target for a cyber-attack. There are so many high-priced cybersecurity solutions in the market but most of them are made for large companies. The StartSecure solution was made exclusively for startups and small, medium companies.

We understand the technology risks, imitations and pain points that SMBs experience and we want to provide effective cybersecurity that won’t break the bank. Contact us and let’s get started.

START SECURING YOUR BUSINESS

Please complete the form below and one of our experts will contact you within one business day. For immediate response please call (732) 443-3468.

Download our free guide to learn 5 ways SMBs can strengthen their cybersecurity in 2019.

Important reminders that your staff should follow to ensure that your data is in the right place and being accessed by the right people.

A simple checklist that you can use as your guide to get each task done.

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

24/7 SECURITY MONITORING

Our global team will continuously monitor your system and report threats that we detect immediately.

DATA SEARCH (INTERNAL & DARK WEB)

We use monitoring tools to alert you if we discover your data on the internet’s black market known as the Dark Web.

INCIDENT RESPONSE PLAN

Prepare for possible security incidents with a response plan that instructs your IT staff how they should respond and recover from a breach.

VULNERABILITY SCANNING & PEN TESTING

We will perform security tests to reveal flaws in the systems being used to protect your data.

RISK/GAP ASSESSMENT

We use monitoring tools to alert you if we discover your data on the internet’s black market known as the Dark Web.

VENDOR RISK MANAGEMENT

Ensure that your third-party vendor’s networks will not create vulnerabilities that may cause a breach.

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