Are You Still Gambling With Your
Company’s Data & Security?
If you haven’t made cybersecurity a priority yet, you need to know you’re gambling with your business everyday.
Right now, extremely effective hacker groups in China, Russia and Ukraine are using sophisticated software systems to hack into thousands of American companies just like yours. They steal data, lock up systems, and swindle money directly from accounting departments.
Don’t think you’re in danger because you’re “small” and not a big target like the Colonial Pipeline or Home Depot? Think again.
HALF of the cyber-attacks occurring are aimed at small businesses; you just don’t hear about it because it’s kept quiet for fear of attracting bad PR, lawsuits, data-breach fines, and out of sheer embarrassment.
In fact, the National Cyber Security Alliance reports that 1 in 5 small businesses have been victims of cybercrime in the last year – and that number is growing rapidly as more businesses utilize cloud computing, remote working, and are storing more information online.
Who is Spot?
On the surface, Spot Migration may appear to be “just another” IT company, but what we really deliver to companies is peace of mind with their technology. Our deliverable is money, efficiency, and security. Our approach is unique: We ensure your IT systems and investments actually drive profitable growth while also keeping your company safe from hackers and other bad actors.
If you’re curious about what we can offer you – or if you’d simply like to see if you are really protected in the event of an attack, let’s get on a brief 15-minute call to discuss it. The next step is simple, just click here view our calendar, and schedule a time for our call or call our office directly at 312-971-8500.
On this call, we will discuss your unique situation, any concerns you have about cybersecurity, and answer any questions you have about us.
Download our FREE Guide, 5 Ways Hackers Are Getting Into Your Business. We’ve had numerous CEOs, Presidents, and Owners use this as a “pop quiz” to see what, IF ANYTHING, their IT support team is doing to sure up these places of vulnerability. Be prepared to be shocked.