Cybersecurity Awareness Month

October 2021

(view our other cybersecurity awareness info: 2020, 2022, 2023)



October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

Security breaches continue to be a problem in every industry across the globe, and the costs of breaches are rising.

Cybercrime will continue to wreak havoc in 2021 and beyond, but there’s no need to panic. We can help you strengthen your defenses.

The cost of cybercrime is rising. Avoid becoming the next victim. Collaborate with a specialist like us to protect your organization.

Relying on one basic security solution proves ineffective against advanced attack vectors. Defense in Depth (DiD) provides more comprehensive cyber protection.

Partnering with an MSP like ResTech Solutions can make meeting compliance a simple and seamless process.

Paying a ransom doesn’t guarantee your organization will recover your data. It also motivates perpetrators to target more victims and provides an incentive for others to engage in similar illicit behavior.

An incident response strategy ensures that in the event of a security breach, the appropriate individuals and procedures are in place to deal with the danger effectively.

Cybersecurity training improves employee behavior and minimizes risk at home and at work. See how we can teach your employees to be safe online.

The 3-2-1 rule for backups is a great standard to follow. You can double the safety of your data in case of an unforeseen catastrophe or disaster by keeping backup copies both locally and off-site.

Improve your security policy and practices to better protect your organization against cyberattacks and secure your vital assets with a comprehensive assessment of your IT vulnerabilities and data assets.

Continuous efforts must be made to upgrade security without making things too onerous for users or budgets.

If you want to protect your business against the evolving threat landscape, you need to take a multi-faceted approach.

Negligence is one of the most serious threats to sensitive data. Ignoring a new patch can lead to a full-fledged breach.

An experienced MSP can improve the efficiency, reliability, and scalability of your IT operations. Collaborating with one could be one of your best business moves.

Over two-fifths of small businesses lack a cybersecurity defense plan. Let’s ensure your organization has a plan in place to keep hackers out.

Because of their complexity, SMB owners often find compliance regulations frustrating to follow. But don’t worry. An MSP like us can ease your compliance concerns.

While a world without data loss would be great, it’s not the reality we live in. The only way forward is to develop effective backup strategies that protect your critical data.

Using the same device for work and leisure increases the chances of cyberattacks and reduces productivity.

When an incident occurs, you might not be able to handle it alone. Make sure everyone on your team has a list of expert contacts in the event of an emergency to minimize downtime.

A VPN encrypts your data and masks your IP address by routing your network traffic through a secure chain to a server thousands of miles away.

A disaster can have severe, immediate consequences as well as long-term consequences. Disaster Risk Reduction helps minimize the overall impact.

You can safeguard your organization from data loss and attain peace of mind by implementing a robust backup strategy.

Did you know untrained employees are three times more likely to fall victim to phishing or social engineering scams? We encourage all our clients to prioritize ongoing cybersecurity training for their teams.