Cybersecurity

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Did you know?

43 % of cyber-attacks targeted small businesses

14% of small businesses rate their cyber security as highly effective at mitigating cyber risks and vulnerabilities.

60 % of small companies go out of business within 6 months of a cyber attack

48 % of data security breaches are caused by acts of malicious intent, Human error or system failure account for the rest.

According to Smalltrendbiz.com

Below are types of attack business experiences:


Few root causes of data breaches


Fun Fact:

38 % of small companies regularly update software

Less then 22% encrypt databases

At Kaizen Data Consulting KDC we take cybersecurity very seriously and are here to help education your employees and support your business.


Few good tips:

Phishing Emails might be received that contain a false account that needs to be verified.  When the link/URL within the email is clicked, it allows malware to be installed on your computer which can lead to theft of information and/or infection of the network.

Social Engineering attacks may include trying to take advantage of company culture. They will use the urgency of COVID – 19 to get data, customer information, payment information, employee information, business information, etc.


4 Cybersecurity Tips to Better Protect Yourself Online:

Manage Your Setting

Be sure to keep your social media apps up to date and check your privacy/security setting frequently.

Lock Down Your Login

Lock down sensitive online accounts. For mobile apps, use strong multifactor authentication tools, such as biometrics, security keys or unique onetime codes from an app in addition to your username and passwords.

Share with Care

Avoid posting names, phone number, addresses, work location and other sensitive information online.

o   Turn off geotagging, which allows anyone to track your whereabouts at any given time.

Keep a Clean Machine

Keep all software on internet-connected devices – including PCs, smartphones and tablets – up to date to reduce risk of infection from online malware.


Keep your system updated: System and software updates are released to fix known vulnerabilities and flaws, keeping your system updated blocks attackers from leveraging known software flows!

Back your data: If you ever get infected by a malicious software, you can restore your system and have your data safe!

Educate your employees about cyber threats: Human error is the biggest cybersecurity threat. A little education can help prevent most cyber-attacks as they’re identifiable.

Network Security: WIFI equipment is the gateway to your entire IT infrastructure. Therefore, it is external critical that your business should secure your WIFI network.

We at Kaizen Data Consulting Offer End Point Solution, Security Plans, Phishing Audits, Cloud Solution, Network and employee training to protect and educate your staff in case of an attack.

Process of securing the various endpoints on a network, end user devices (laptops, desktops pcs).

The practice of protecting internet-connected systems and networks from digital attacks.

Action of protection files and directories in a network of computers against misuse, hacking and unauthorized access to the system.

Systematic evaluation of the security of a company’s information system by measuring how well it conforms to a set of established criteria.

Documented process of procedures to execute an organization disaster recovery processes and recover and protect a business IT infrastructure in the event of a disaster.