“Cybersecurity Breach Costs Company Millions.” “Global Ransomware Attacks on the Rise.”
We’ve all heard the headlines and the warnings. Yet, companies continue to fall victim to avoidable breaches. Why? Here are five common mistakes that cause businesses to fall short when it comes to securing their networks.
Not Taking Inventory
For most organizations, one of the most critical assets is their data. Make sure you know where your data resides and who has access to it. Obtaining a solution that continuously monitors your network for abnormal behavior is critical to identifying potential breaches.
Trying to Manage it All
Gone are the days when having the latest antivirus would give you peace of mind. Your antivirus program might find common malicious files, but hackers have gotten far more sophisticated. If you hire a Managed Service Security Provider (MSSP) they monitor your network 24/7 and have specialized knowledge and resources for cybersecurity.
Thinking There Are No Small Fish
The phrase “we have bigger fish to fry” comes to mind, but when it comes to cybersecurity, hackers go after companies of all sizes. The good news? What was once available only to enterprise and mid-market organizations is now making its way down into the small and medium-sized business (SMB) world. Managed Security Services continues to enhance features and advanced security technologies are now developed even in small size firewalls and endpoint protection solutions.
Forgetting that People are People
You can have the best-intentioned employees, but all it takes is one person to fall victim to a phishing attack and compromise your entire network. End users are a key component to your security and are the most exploited sector. Making a small investment in end-user training and awareness will go a long way to improving your security.
Failure to Accept the Inevitable
In today’s technology landscape being targeted by cyber thieves is not a matter of “if”, but “when.” Your network security depends on both your ability to detect threats, but also on how to respond to them. Make sure you have a plan in place for when the worst happens.
If you have questions about how to protect your data and your business, contact us. Our team of cybersecurity experts is here to advise and help you implement a custom solution.
The 2019 DataVizion Tech Summit, held May 1 in Omaha, Neb., brought together industry professionals and technology experts from more than 30 companies.
This year’s theme “Don’t Gamble with Security, Change the Odds” focused on the growing cyber security threats that businesses face and the tools and solutions to combat them.
“Any day of the week, you can read headlines about IT security breaches,” Kelly Schrad, DataVizion President and CEO, said. “Breaches are more common than ever, and hackers are growing in sophistication. We want to make sure our customers understand the potential risks and we provide the right solutions to protect their businesses.”
The day kicked off with Brenden Stai speaking on the importance of taking ownership. Stai is a motivational speaker and current Director of Athletic Development at the University of Nebraska, his alma mater.
Special guest speaker Erich Kron, a veteran information security professional from KnowBe4, shared a presentation about real-world cyber attacks, the social engineering tricks that make them effective, and what businesses can do to avoid falling victim.
Attendees had the opportunity to attend breakout sessions from leading technology companies Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, HPE, Nutanix and Palo Alto. DataVizion also hosted a special breakout session on the company’s managed security services solution, VizionCare Secure.
Datto, an American cyber security and data backup company, provided a live demonstration to showcase the ease and flexibility of their backup solutions.
The day wrapped up a casino games, a cocktail hour and raffle drawing. Several lucky winners walked away with great prizes such as a PlayStation VR Bundle, Apple iPad Air and a Holy Stone Drone.
A special thanks to our partners, sponsors and guest speakers for helping us put together this event.
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The patient experience is one of the most important aspects for leading healthcare organizations. At DataVizion, we know a large component of this is delivering seamless and secure wireless access that physicians, nurses, locum, administrators, patients and their families can rely on.
This may seem like an overwhelming task, but we can put together a custom networking solution that covers all the bases including:
An ultra-reliable wireless network
We will deliver fast, always-on access you can count on in the office or with a patient.
Increased guest and patient satisfaction with mobile applications
Whether it’s turn-by-turn navigation to show visitors where they are at in your hospital or push notifications with time-sensitive information, we ensure you have applications anywhere that create a better patient and guest experience.
Secure Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and guest access for everyone
Regardless of building location, staff can stay connected to Wi-Fi using their favorite mobile devices, and your patients can keep in touch online with family and friends without compromising the performance or security of critical-care apps on the same network.
Less IT headaches
DataVizion has solutions to simplify the way IT grants per-user access, keeps an accounting of connected users and performs troubleshooting. Guests can even go through a simple onboarding process to get network access with no IT intervention.
Completion ahead of schedule and within budget
It’s common for us to hear that clients think their networking plans will take years to complete or out of their budgets. We have been able to deliver custom solutions in less time and for less cost.
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As the Service Operations Manager, Aaron will be responsible for internal operations and service levels provided to our clients through DataVizion’s Support Desk and Field Engineering Teams.
“We’re excited about Aaron’s role within DataVizion and the possibilities it creates for us,” said Kelly Schrad, DataVizion President and CEO. “He will be working to facilitate a process that encourages those who join DataVizion to have a mentored process for their career. We want to create a path for those who start at the service desk to gain additional technical knowledge and progress to the highest levels in our organization.”
Aaron comes to DataVizion with 20 years of management experience, with 11 of those years in the information services industry. He sees a real opportunity for growth in managed IT services, especially at DataVizion.
“Our custom managed IT service package offerings, our diverse engineering skillsets and certifications, combined with our managed security services toolsets are what make DataVizion unique,” Aaron said. “We are truly able to support clients’ existing infrastructures and partner with their internal IT staff. We are a “one stop shop” for IT service and security needs.”
Aaron is excited to work hands on with clients and be involved in the expansion of DataVizion as a company.
“I’m most looking forward to seeing our Managed IT Services Team grow, engineers gain new skillsets and certifications, and of course, looking forward to meeting our clients,” Aaron said.
A native of Lincoln, Aaron resides with his wife, Stephanie, and their two sons, Caden and Paxton. Outside of work, Aaron is an avid cyclist and regularly competes in Mountain Biking and Cyclocross races across the Midwest.
The DataVizion Tech Summit will bring together industry professionals and technology experts to share the latest in next generation mobility and security.
If you are an IT Professional, IT decision maker, business owner, CEO or CFO, you won’t want to miss this event. Come learn how you can leverage next generation technology solutions for your business, exchange ideas on common challenges and network with other professionals.
We will kick off the day with special guest speaker Dale Cline, the CEO of BlackStratus, a global provider of enterprise-security information management solutions. Dale will discuss the latest in IT security and compliance and what businesses should be on the look out for.
Next up will be Condall Clegg, the Director of US Channels and Alliances in the Solutions and Technology organization within Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). Condall, who has been with HPE more than 19 years, will discuss how the company has evolved to address evolving technology demands.
We will also have several breakout sessions throughout the day. Learn more here.