Having a business or organization in Las Vegas, each knows tourism helps fuel our local economy. According to the latest internet crime data from the FBI, our area of the country has the highest cybercrime activity than other parts of the United States.
The report also revealed that identity theft had hurt more Nevadans than any other crime due to cyber theft. To help you combat cyber threats, Cybersecurity Awareness Month has begun. In our latest video, Mike gives you four “get started now” tips to help protect your company better.
When asked this question, it’s not surprising that individuals and company owners are unfamiliar with National Cybersecurity Awareness Month or that it’s in October. Once informed, many discover, back in 2004, that’s when it all began.
With direction from the Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance, each uncovered safety issues when users were online. It was so alarming that the federal government had to step in to bring awareness to the country.
As a result, individuals and companies have prevented these cyberattacks through due diligence, annual observance, updates, news broadcasts, and help from these agencies. However, you must never drop your guard. Doing so gives these thieves access points to get in.
Commonly, Las Vegas business owners and decision-makers are unaware of how cybercriminals exploit a company’s network. Often, the activity appears harmless at first until there’s a breach. Here are three areas that boost cybercrimes:
Common Cybersecurity Scams – You’ll have password breaches, phishing, pharming, and social media scams in this group.
Unexpected Cybersecurity Scams – You’ll have man-in-the-middle attacks, social engineering, denial of service, and zero-day exploit in this group.
Risk Factors – You’ll have data extraction, forced downtime due to a cyberattack, and financial demands from cyber criminals in this group.
To remain cyber smart, you and your team need to understand your risks and how to combat these cyber threats. And for the record, there is no company, large or small; a cybercriminal will not target. If you have information and data they can sell, they want it.
In Las Vegas, businesses and organizations have experienced more internet-enabled crimes and cyber intrusions than in past years. To prevent these crimes, each device user must guard themselves and stay alert. Below are more tips to protect you and your organization.
Your adversaries constantly search and look to exploit gaps in your IT network. Any sensitive information, data, or intelligence they can take from you, remains their goal. Orbis Solutions is committed to working with your team to find and close those gaps.
That partnership allows us to defend your networks, uncover malicious activity, and shut down cybercriminals wanting your sensitive information. You have a fighting chance to protect your organization with your permission and our combined efforts.
Get in touch with the Orbis Solutions team to uncover more cybersecurity awareness help. Together we will achieve safety, security, and confidence, keeping your company digitally and safely connected. Contact us or call (702) 979-1861 for assistance.
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