Did you know that 40-60% of small businesses never reopen after data loss? That’s an intriguing stat if you come to think of it, considering that no business wishes to close its doors, especially if you’re still trying to get a breakthrough into the market.
Most data loss incidents occur due to human error, hardware failure, software corruption, power outages, network downtime, natural disasters, and more. While some of these burdens are usually preventable, others come unannounced, so you just have to prepare adequately for them. But how?
That’s where data backup solutions come into play; it even has an entire day dedicated to its commemoration, World Backup Day. Don’t get it wrong, though; backing up your data isn’t something to focus on once per year, but every day!
Anyway, this blog explains why having a smart data backup strategy can keep your business continuously operational no matter what. But first…
In a word, data backup is the process of duplicating or archiving similar copies of critical information stored on your devices to allow effortless retrieval or restoration if a data loss incident occurs. Such pieces of essential business information you wouldn’t like to lose are usually stored in a separate, secure location, say in the cloud.
Cloud services and other relevant options guarantee safe remote data storage so that if your entire facility or security systems get compromised, you can still retrieve your data and carry on with operations. Aside from remote data backup solutions, there are new strategies like failover and failback systems that can automatically switch data’s destination when the original destination gets compromised. But that’s a topic for another day; today, let’s focus on the reasons for backing up your data.
If you’re still skeptical about the need to back up your data constantly, you might change your mind after discovering the benefits it can bring to your business. These include:
Quick and Effortless Access to Data
One of the primary reasons you want to back up your data is to facilitate quick and effortless access any time, anywhere. For example, you may be away from the office but still want to use your critical files and information. No worries! As long as you have a cloud storage system, you can still access data from any device without bothering your assistant or colleagues to transfer the files to you.
Ease of Management
Developing, implementing a backup strategy, and restoring your data is as easy as it sounds. Having a uniform solution for the entire organization prevents other end-users from backing up their devices, which may result in irregularities and inconsistencies. And the reward? The administrator finds it effortless to lead a speedy and consistent data restoration process when a disaster occurs, minimizing business disruption.
Backing up your data improves productivity in two critical ways. For starters, there’s no more time wastage since the data restoration process in the event of a disaster is almost automatic; plus, it empowers your workforce to avoid unnecessary repetitions such as rewriting reports. Secondly, by archiving your critical files, you create a resourceful library where you can conduct comparative studies of past and present trends for more informed business decisions and planning.
It’s pretty shocking how many small businesses have no backup, no password policy, and are generally not worried about cybersecurity breaches. But that’s a dangerous line of thinking because cybercriminals have noted this trend, and are now targeting more small and mid-size businesses, thanks to their overflowing vulnerability. Further, no sane client can trust their data with a company that lacks a solid cybersecurity plan. So backing up data boosts client confidence, giving you a competitive advantage.
Protection Against Uncontrollable Events
As we hinted above, some events are beyond human control. These may include power outages, physical thefts, and natural occurrences like floods, hurricanes, windstorms, etc. Unfortunately, when these uncontrollable disasters occur, your business may lose all its critical files and documents within a few hours if you lack a backup plan. Thankfully, you can eliminate that risk by backing up your data regularly to ensure there’s a retrievable duplicate of the original content that you may lose to an unforetold disaster.
Regulatory commissions and federal bodies like the Canada Revenue Agency, CRA won’t care that you lost your data to a disaster. They’ll still fine you if you can’t provide the relevant business accounting and financial records for tax or audit purposes. The good news is, you can avoid the risk of enduring a double loss (lost data and penalties) by simply backing up your essential records for effortless retrieval at the hour of most need.
Avoid Doing Work Twice
We all know the golden workspace rule, “get it right the first time.” However, this may not apply if you don’t have a backup plan. For instance, if your business suffers a systems’ failure leading to data loss, you may be forced to redo the entire work. You can imagine having to recreate spreadsheets you and your team have been working on for months or reconfiguring the systems from scratch. You don’t want to experience such inconveniences, do you? Well, regular data backup is the solution!
Regular data backup is the peace of mind that you need to run your business effectively. It assures you that in the event of a system crash, cybercrime, or any other data-threatening disaster, there’s an archived copy of everything you need to ensure business continuity as if nothing happened. And the reward? Your business will easily edge over competitors, you can never lose clients/ investors, and there’s no chance of closing down. What else could you possibly ask for?
Here at Tektonic managed services, we understand that you have more business-worthy responsibilities occupying your schedule. That’s why we dedicate ourselves to helping your Toronto business with all its IT and cybersecurity needs, including but not limited to regular data backups and disaster recovery. We have all the necessary resources, experience, and expertise to protect your business against advanced cybercrime and preserve your company data for quick and effortless retrieval if an uncertain disaster occurs.
So get in touch now, and let us help you realize business continuity while preserving data integrity.
Ransomware is the world’s most prominent malware threat alive today, given the numerous attacks reported in the recent past. According to a report by Emisoft, a cybersecurity company, ransomware incidents hiked by more than 80% in 2020. In Canada alone, the company estimates that businesses lost millions upon millions of dollars in ransoms.
This information is backed by the Global State of the Channel Ransomware Report by Datto Inc. Canada seems to be at the center of the rising cybersecurity attacks, and the impact on businesses is only increasing. In 2019, for example, Canada reported the highest average cost of downtime caused by ransomware incidents. The figure stood at $180,000. In 2020, the figure stood at $65,724, with more than 1,400 MSPs responding to the survey.
In 2019, the cost of downtime was valued at $141,000, up from $46,800 in 2018. In 2020, the average cost of ransom also went up by 37%, according to the report.
In another report issued before the attack on the Kayesa premises, a cyberattack affecting a single managed service provider could amount to economic losses of approximately $80 billion. Such an attack has a ripple effect in hundreds of small businesses that rely on the services of the MSP.
According to the report, the economic damage arising from the attack of an MSP could be more than that fashioned by Hurricane Sandy by 17%. One company with deficiencies in its cybersecurity systems could cause untold harm to company shareholders, the U.S. government, national infrastructure, and the public. This is according to Chris Nolan and Annie Fixler, authors of Intangic and Foundation for Defense and Democracies, respectively. Unfortunately, the general public seems to be blind to the extent of damage that arises from the risks of poorly managed technology, said the report.
All these reports point to one thing: MSPs are vulnerable to being used as conduits for massive attacks on small businesses. Examples of such scenarios are the Cloud Hopper and Kayesa attacks, among others. In a hypothetical situation, an MSP can become a victim of a phishing scheme where hackers access its networks. They invade the customers to the MSPs, and the situation goes for months undetected. However, in Kayesa’s case, the attack was not via phishing, but previously unknown vulnerabilities in its VSA system.
Next, hackers could launch a more complex ransomware attack to impact multiple entities simultaneously. So bad can the damage be that it affects multiple industry sectors, critical infrastructure, and the entire country. According to an Intangics forecast, an attack impacting 600 entities, for example, could amount to economic losses of approximately $78 billion and thousands in job losses.
What is happening today is a pale reflection of what happened in the late 1990s in corporate accounting scandals, says the chief executive of Intangics, Ryan Dodd. In his opinion, taxpayers should not have to rely on data science and massive data sets to understand the extent of the complication that digital risk poses to their financial wellbeing.
In 2019, 85% of small to medium enterprises reported ransomware as being the most significant cybersecurity threat. 66% of MSPs reported CtyptoLocker as the leading ransomware variant. Phishing emails, weak passwords, and a lack of cybersecurity awareness are the leading causes of successful ransomware incidents. Unfortunately, small businesses that don’t outsource their IT services face an even bigger risk of attack.
In Emisoft’s report, Canada experienced over 40,000 ransomware attacks in 2020. The minimum ransom was estimated to be worth $163,774,274 and the maximum $659,246.267. When you factor in the additional cost of downtime, the numbers escalate to a ransom cost estimate of $1,011,008,551 on the minimum, and $4,044,034,203 on the maximum. Unfortunately, out of the 21% of the business population affected in Canada, only 12% reported the incidents.
The attacks are on the increase, and they entail full-on data breaches that could see customer data posted online or sold. Most of the ransom demands are made in Bitcoin, since it is hard to trace yet easily accessible.
Unfortunately, MSPs are underutilizing one of the most crucial and effective controls against ransomware attacks- multi-factor authentication. Most of them report enabling 2FA on 61% of password managers and 60% of email clients, even though phishing emails are the most significant cause of ransomware breaches.
MSPs should be in the front line in setting the tone for the customers in preparation for and response to ransomware attacks. They should always aim at protecting themselves by improving their cyber hygiene to keep their clients safe. 2FA should become a universal requirement for any technology they use to service clients, as well as in their businesses.
While no single solution guarantees success against cyberattacks, business continuity and disaster recovery solutions play a role in helping businesses minimize the impact of ransomware attacks.
Legislators also have a mandate to pass a breach notification law mandating all companies to report cyberattacks on their systems and data. Increased transparency around vulnerabilities and breaches can raise awareness levels in the country. It should also be coupled with clear guidance for all businesses as far as cybersecurity is concerned.
The attempt to create federal law mandating the reporting of cyber incidents includes actionable recommendations like:
These statistics should not scare you out of business. Instead, look for an MSP that constantly improves its technologies, strategies, and tools to protect your business effectively. At Tektonic, we are that MSP you need. We have invested in the right tools for cybersecurity and hold our vendors accountable for their level of cybersecurity readiness. This way, we can guarantee our clients the best cybersecurity solutions to protect their businesses and everyone’s livelihoods. Contact us today, and let us talk about becoming your reliable MSP partner.
For more than six years now, Microsoft has been preparing for the launch of Windows 11. Unfortunately, the tech organization has been struggling to clarify the hardware requirements for the new operating system. What we know for now is that Windows 11 will officially support Zen 2 or Intel 8th Gen Coffee Lake CPUs and up, leaving behind millions of computing devices sold during the initial launch of Windows 10.
That means that users who purchased new PCs for Windows 10 or with older but perfectly capable machines won’t be able to upgrade to Windows 11. Additionally, Windows 11 will require TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) support, 64GB of storage, and 4GB of RAM. Due to these confusing technicalities ahead of the official launch, Tektonic Managed Services is researching Windows 11, testing the pre-release versions of the software (when available), and preparing our tech team to work with clients on upgrades from Windows 7 and Windows 10. Once released, we shall embark on installing the new operating system on clients’ systems that meet the spec requirements.
Traditionally, Microsoft hasn’t been enforcing such specific processor requirements with Windows upgrades. For instance, Windows 8 & Windows 10 required a minimum of a 1GHz processor, 16GB of storage (20GB for 64-bit), and 1GB of RAM (2GB for 64-bit). Therefore, Windows users and IT admins are accustomed to upgrading to the latest Windows operating systems regardless of the hardware they are running. Unfortunately, that status quo seems to be coming to an end with Windows 11.
In the latest Microsoft statements, the tech giant attempted to clarify its hardware requirements again, and security seems like the main driver behind the changes. Coupled with the stringent hardware requirements, Microsoft is pushing for a more modern BIOS (UEFI) that supports TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) and Secure Boot features.
By combining TPM with the virtualization technologies used in Windows, users will have some security benefits. According to Microsoft, a combination of Windows Hello, virtualisation-based security, Device Encryption, Secure Boot, and HVCI (hypervisor-protected code integrity) can reduce malware by up to 60 percent. Of course, this is a desirable feature considering the upsurge of security incidents over the last couple of weeks.
At Tektonic Managed Services, we are proactively gearing up for the upgrade to Windows 11. Our goal is to trail blaze ahead of the operating system’s official launch and help our customers prepare beforehand to reap the maximum benefits of the new OS. One apparent preparation you need to make is to invest in modern hardware to enable the new level of protection with TPM and Secure Boot.
Over the years, Microsoft’s operating system has been caught up in malware and ransomware attacks, and things might get worse if Windows hardware security levels don’t go up a notch. So, there is a need to prepare adequately for the upgrade to Windows 11.
First and foremost, you need to see if your device is capable of running Windows 11. But since Microsoft has pulled down its compatibility testing app, probably until later in the year, it is going to be a challenge. However, given the hardware requirements already revealed, you can figure out this on your own.
Windows 11 typically requires features such as Secure Boot and TPM (Trusted Platform Module). To find out if your machine has the necessary TPM, just right-click on the Windows start button and select the Device Manager. Once the window opens, click on the arrow adjacent to Security Devices. If you see “Trusted Platform Module 2.0,” then you are lucky, but if it doesn’t, you will need to invest in new hardware.
To check for Secure Boot, reboot your PC and open the startup menu. This varies on different computer systems, but checking your manual should help you know the correct boot procedure. In most machines, continuously pressing F11 or F9 as the machine starts should take you to the boot menu. When that happens, your device should display “UEFI Secure Boot.” Generally, computers bought over the past 2-3 years should have this feature. Alternatively, review the information regarding your PC when you purchased it – it’s usually in the user manual. If in doubt, our experts at Tektonic Managed Services can help you out.
The last step is to check if your PC’s processor can support Windows 11. Find out exactly which processor runs on your PC by clicking on the search box near the Windows Start Button. Next, begin to type “About my PC” to see a menu choice saying, “About your PC.” When you tap the search result, a window will open with details about your computer. Now, check the processor information to see if it meets Microsoft’s minimum requirements: Zen 2 or Intel 8th Gen Coffee Lake Processor.
Microsoft still has a couple of months left to test Windows 11, and user feedback will inform any necessary adjustments to the minimum system requirements. Our team at Tektonic Managed Services will continually test Windows 11 on various devices free from these restrictions before the launch to identify any vulnerability or compatibility issues. It will be surprising if Microsoft makes any adjustments to the hardware requirements at the end of the preview, other than stepping down to certain 7th Gen chips.
So, if you’re looking for Windows 11 Support in Toronto, Tektonic is your trusted partner. We work with professional organizations throughout Toronto, Canada. Even though Windows 11 isn’t officially released yet, Tektonic is proactively preparing to provide reliable Windows 11 support to organizations throughout Toronto GTA, including York Region, Durham Region, and Peel Region. Not every IT company in the area goes through the amount of prep work we do to prepare for a major Windows release. That’s why we are the top Microsoft support organization in the area. Contact us today to schedule IT Support and Computer Services to help grow your business to the next level.
Are you in the market for the best laptop to kick-start or take your civil engineering career to the next level? If the answer is YES, you clicked the right post! Unlike most other fields, civil engineering is a highly technical sector that entails lots of high-definition drawings, sketching, and designing intricate structures. As such, you want a laptop with the necessary software, programs, and features like sufficient SSD storage, suitable RAM capacity, long battery life, etc.
In essence, the best laptop for a civil engineer should have a RAM capacity of 8-16GB, an SSD storage of at least 512GB, and a battery lifespan of up to 7 hours. Other system requirements (in-depth details below) to look for when shopping includes the CPU, graphics, and display. They must all be optimized to avoid a sluggish experience when running critical software like CAD.
But here’s the catch; there are tons of vendors in the market that claim to have the best laptops optimized with on-demand Civil engineering software and system requirements. But are all of them genuine? You wish!
For that reason, we decided to hit the market to research different Civil engineering software specifications to help us prepare this guide. We also interviewed 15 seasoned Civil engineers to share firsthand insights on the best-rated machines. After comprehensive research and expert interrogations, we landed on these four top-quality Civil engineering laptops:
MSI Prestige 15 is our best-rated Civil engineering laptop, not for marketing hype, but its awe-inspiring features and specs. This Windows-powered laptop is one of the most powerful and fastest in the market, thanks to its Intel Core i7-10710U high-end processor and a base clock speed of just 1.1GHz to extend the battery life. Please note that this can extend up to 4.6GHz when the project requires extra power.
Other notable components include the laptop’s 16GB DDR4 RAM capacity and 512GB SSD storage that guarantee high speeds, quick boot-ups, and effortless multitasking. And to help keep your engineering designs extremely professional and exquisite, MSI comes with one of the best display panels you’ll find in the market. In particular, the laptop has a 15.6-inch HD panel with a standard resolution of 1920 X 1080. Plus, AdobeRGB, which is 100% colour gamut, plays an influential role in producing excellent designs.
You’ll also love that MSI Prestige 15 only weighs 3.64 pounds and is 0.63 inches thick, making it effortlessly portable. Finally, despite its thin design, the laptop includes two USB Type-A and two USB Type-C ports, plus an HDMI port, Thunderbolt 3, and a microSD slot.
If you’re looking for the best Civil engineering laptop with dual storage, your search ends here! ASUS ROG Strix Scar is a machine for professionals who enjoy hardcore programming and creating exquisite designs with the least effort. It comes with 256GB SSD storage and 16GB DDR4, which you can upgrade as necessary for various uses.
And as a civil engineering professional, ASUS ROG Strix Scar understands that you may need to connect your machine to a projector for presentations or better analysis of your projects. For that reason, the manufacturer provides five USB 3.0 ports, a microSD slot, an HDMI port, an Ethernet port, and a headphone jack. 17.3 inches is also one of the largest laptop screen sizes you can find, not to mention, ASUS ROG Strix Scar also boasts a screen resolution of 1920 X 1080.
The laptop runs on a 2.2GHz Intel Core i7-8750H processor with a 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics unit, and its battery can last up to 7 hours. Finally, 6.33 pounds may seem a bit heavy to some users, but you’ll love the laptop’s high-performance experience.
Beyond just running CAD software, you want your Civil engineering laptop to stand the test of time and remain optimally flexible. That’s precisely what HP Envy 15t-ep000 brings to the table – and more.
The laptop runs on a 10th Generation Core i7 Intel processor, with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics unit. And with a 16GB DDR4 RAM capacity plus upgradable 256 SSD storage, you can rest assured this laptop can run AutoCAD plus almost every other program. Besides these impressive specs, the HP Envy Laptop 15t-ep000 also comes with a 6-cell 83 WH Li-ion polymer battery that can last up to 8 hours.
Hidden vents are another excellent feature that keeps your machine cool at all times. And in case you’re wondering, these vents are hidden to prevent them from filling up with dust in the workstation. Last but not least, the HP Envy Laptop 15t-ep000 has a 15.6-inch diagonal screen display plus a wide vision HD camera with an integrated digital microphone.
Civil engineers looking for a laptop with a perfect combination of functionality, portability, power, and design should consider Dell XPS 15. The computer has a 15.6-inch touch screen 4K UHD design, giving it a sleek infinity edge display. Plus, its 6-pound weight makes the laptop trouble-free to carry around or work while swiping, taping, or touching with ease.
The 3840 X 2160 resolution also makes the laptop a perfect choice for engineering students who use sophisticated design software frequently. And when it comes to storage and speed, Dell XPS 15 comes with 16GB DDR4 RAM and 256GB SSD, necessary for multitasking on long projects. What’s more, this Dell machine runs on an Intel Core i7-9750H processor with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics unit and 4GB VRAM.
Connecting external devices has also been made easier with the laptop’s 2 USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI port, an earphone jack, and a microSD card slot. And perhaps the most fantastic feature is the 12-hour battery lifespan, making it a powerhouse with sufficient memory and super-fast speed.
Finding the best laptop for civil engineering may seem like a daunting task, but the secret simply lies in knowing the perfect combination of specs. Your preferred machine must have a long-lasting battery lifespan, sufficient storage capacity, high processing power, and top-grade graphics power at the basic level. And as a bonus, the laptop should be lightweight for effortless portability. Thankfully, the above-reviewed machines match the description overwhelmingly.
At Tektonic Managed Services, we help companies of diverse industries, including Civil engineering firms, meet their technology needs at a fraction of the cost. Our highly qualified experts offer reliable IT support and computer networking services to help your business achieve operational efficiency, minimize downtime, enhance cybersecurity, optimize business continuity, among other benefits.
So it’s all in your pitch. Hire Tektonic as your IT services company for your Toronto civil engineering firm, and let us help you accomplish your business goals while overcoming IT challenges!
With cybersecurity, one statement always holds; it’s not a question of IF, but WHEN your business or organization may be attacked. Cyber threat actors are always looking for vulnerable companies to intrude into their systems to steal or compromise their sensitive data. So if you don’t implement the appropriate security measures to seal all the loopholes that criminals may capitalize on, we’re afraid your business may remain an easy target.
We’ve prepared this in-depth post to discuss the steps every organization needs to undertake to bolster its cybersecurity posture. But first, what are the real-world cyber threats that most businesses are vulnerable to?
Before we get into the actual cybersecurity threats, it’s worth noting that the game or the technique of attack execution has changed massively over the years. For instance, threat actors nowadays have become more hostile and aggressive because they now move as criminal organizations that are well funded and informed. And in some cases, these cartels have the full support of their respective governments, plus untouchable status from law enforcement.
Cyber threat actors have also changed their game in the sense that now they’re not just interested in compromising your intellectual property, stealing your money, and damaging your reputation. Instead, they’ve gone a notch higher. They also want to assume control of your infrastructure and corporate environment, then use these resources to extend their attacks to companies that trust you. Further, they don’t just pick a random company to target; they ensure reconnaissance for at least 2-3 weeks before they come guns blazing for your most valuable assets.
That being said, let’s now switch focus to the biggest real-world cyber threats facing businesses today!
Ransomware is, by far, the most rampant type of cybersecurity threat, with 2020 alone seeing more than 65,000 successful breaches, according to estimates. The trend seems to worsen in 2021 because threat actors have already managed to compromise several high-profile companies, including Colonial Pipeline, JBS S.A., CNA Financial Corp, Houston Rockets, and more.
In a ransomware attack, the attacker targets your business by holding your sensitive info hostage, locking you out of the system, and demanding a hefty ransom to restore everything. Perhaps one of the primary reasons for ransomware attack popularity is its ease of execution. Some common tactics usually used by threat actors involve leveraging sophisticated software to bypass security loopholes or duping users into downloading malware by posing as a trusted figure.
These attacks often bring far-reaching losses to the affected companies. For instance, besides shutting down their operations to limit the attack’s spread, Colonial Pipeline had to part ways with a whopping $4.4 million ransoms just to regain access to their systems and resume operations. On the other hand, JBS also had to pay $11 million to stop the ransomware attack.
2. Insider Threats
It’s hard to imagine that your most trusted employees, business partners, associates, or former employees could turn out to be your downfall by instigating insider attacks. In an insider threat, these actors often access your company’s most critical data and use it to launch an attack against you.
In most instances, these attacks result from companies giving their employees access to accounts and information they shouldn’t reveal. However, sometimes, it’s usually due to the ignorance or carelessness of the IT personnel or other stakeholders who may unknowingly provide sensitive info to ill-intended insiders to use and access the company systems illegitimately. In fact, according to recent research, 62% of employees have reported having accessed accounts they probably shouldn’t.
3. Business Email Compromise
Business Email Compromise (BEC) has been a real-world cyber threat lately, thanks to its sophisticated nature. A BEC attack involves the threat actor impersonating a trusted figure, say a C-suite executive, to steal their business email account logins then use these accounts to request payments from employees fraudulently.
Well-executed BEC attacks are usually challenging to detect because the cybercriminals don’t use malicious software or URLs that are effortless to unmask through standard cyber defences. Instead, they thrive on impersonation and other social engineering hacks that aim to dupe unsuspecting users.
One of the most effective ways of reducing cybersecurity breaches is bridging the supply-demand gap currently being experienced globally. As it stands, there are over 3.5 million cybersecurity positions that are open worldwide. And the limited talents available are being absorbed by big tech companies, government agencies, and multinationals, leaving small and mid-size businesses without experts to help them bolster their cybersecurity infrastructure. But that’s no cause for alarm, as there are several reliable managed security service providers (MSSP) like Tektonic that can fill that gap at a budget.
All the same, here are a few tips that businesses and organizations can implement to prevent cybersecurity breaches:
Every organization should have a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
And not only that, the CISO must be reporting directly to the CEO and have veto power over anything that the CIO does that could expose the organization to the real-world threats discussed above. But let’s face it; hiring a full-time CISO can prove costly, especially to small and mid-size businesses trying to establish themselves in the market. Luckily, as mentioned above, an MSSP can assume that role for companies that may not have the funds to hire a permanent CISO.
Every cloud-based business needs workload security
If your business has migrated to the cloud, you also need to implement workload security. There’s always a general assumption that the cloud infrastructure is secure, and once you move your workload there, you’ll forget about cyber risks. But nothing could be further from the truth. Remember, you’re sharing the infrastructure with other businesses and people who may presumably be ill-intended (in the case of a public cloud), hence the need for workload security.
Other cybersecurity strategies to implement include:
We hate to admit it, but cybersecurity threats aren’t going away any time soon. If anything, threat actors are only becoming more innovative and sophisticated with their attacks. Most of these hackers and data thieves work in groups of well-structured, funded, and State-guarded cartels that may be hard to subdue without a concrete cybersecurity strategy.
Here at Tektonic, we dedicate our immense experience and expertise in cybersecurity to help small and mid-size businesses that may not have the budget to hire a permanent CISO or set up a data centre. We can help manage and monitor your security infrastructure to proactively detect and thwart all threats that may potentially harm your business.
So what are you waiting for? Engage with Tektonic today and protect your business against all cyber threats out there!