We no longer live in a world where we can sit back and wonder if an organization is going to experience a data breach. We now live in a world where we need to prepare for when an organization will experience one. It's an unfortunate reality, but it's the reality we live in, nonetheless.
As long as there's money to be made by stealing sensitive customer data, there will be people looking to do so.
It may seem like a hopeless situation, but I'm here to tell you that there's reason to be hopeful. Relieved, even.
The fact is, at least you can be sure of this one thing: someone will try to steal your data. They might already be trying. It's now up to you to do something about it - and if you already are, make sure you're continuously improving your strategy - you can be sure the criminals are improving theirs.
So, does your data security strategy suck?
Let me be clear: I'm not trying to tell you that you or your team sucks at protecting your customer data. You're in the trenches and you've built sophisticated prevention and recovery plans, you monitor your network like a hawk. You're doing all that you can. And unless you're a part of a Fortune 500 company (and, in some cases, even if you are) I'm positive that you've felt understaffed and underfunded. So, what I'm actually asking is whether or not you're sure that you're doing enough.
It's not your fault. It's difficult to find the time and budget to make sure you're continuously improving your security.
Here's where we can help you out.
We'd like to come in and audit your current data security, backup, and infrastructure solutions. We'll provide you with some insight on what's being done well, along with some areas where your organization can improve. At the very least, you get some ideas to improve - or even validation that you've got all your ducks in a row.
At most, we'll help you ensure that your customer data is safe and secure and you'll look like a rockstar.