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The 3 Pillars of Protecting Your Business


We talk a lot about taking a layered approach to security. It’s essential to have the right solutions in the right places working together to deliver complete protection.


If you want comprehensive threat protection, you need three types of security.

Cybersecurity: Protects the hardware and software in your network.

Data security: Safeguards your data and all access points to it.

Physical security: Protects your physical location.

It’s all about allowing the good guys in while keeping the bad guys out. But many organizations unknowingly leave dangerous gaps in their protection – gaps that can lead to data breaches, theft, and worse.

Stream our webinar "5 Security Tips to Help Your Business Grow" to learn 5 important strategies that can help ensure your company has the comprehensive protection it needs. When your company is better secured, it’s free to grow and ready to face the future with confidence.

Inadequate Business Security Will Cost You

Security events can drain your corporate finances and make it much harder for your business to grow and succeed long-term.

70% of consumers say they would stop doing business with a company that suffered a data breach. Just one customer could do hundreds of thousands of dollars with you over the lifetime of the business relationship. Imagine losing more than half of your current or potential customers as a result of a security breach.

A cyberattack costs a business an average of $200,000. That’s a hefty expense that takes needed capital away from improvement projects, expansions, marketing, and other plans you may have had for your business.

Whether it’s a few office supplies or full-on financial fraud, employee theft costs U.S. businesses $50 billion a year. Insider threats must be taken as seriously as threats from outside your company.

More than 15.1 billion data records were exposed by data breaches in 2019. That’s a 284% increase over 2018. The last thing any company wants to do is tell their customers that their personal information has been compromised. If you don’t properly protect your data, you’ll find yourself in that same tough situation.

Many offices and factories secure their facilities with card readers that only allow authorized people access. Many of these access control systems are connected to the internet (part of the Internet of Things). That puts them at risk of being hacked. In 2019, there were 2.9 billion attacks on IoT devices like door card readers.

Perhaps most alarmingly, 60% of small businesses fold within 6 months of a cyberattack. No company wants to exit the marketplace this way.

Take Action

Your business faces a growing number and variety of security threats every day. By protecting your network, data, and physical location, you’re also protecting your company’s financial security, profitability, reputation, and future.

Check out our webinar to discover the 5 secrets to smart business security.




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