4 Reasons Why CT Businesses Need Cyber Insurance [Infographic]

By Derek Marin | Jul 19, 2019 12:59:10 PM

Cybercrime is a very real problem for small businesses in Connecticut. Hackers are coming up with new ways to break into networks, steal confidential customer data, and wreak havoc on business systems. Connecticut is among the top riskiest states in the US when it comes to cybercrime, with almost three-quarters of Connecticut businesses having suffered a cyberattack in recent years.

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Security Breach Response Best Practices for CT Businesses

By Derek Marin | Jul 3, 2019 6:51:22 AM

After years of working with small businesses on cybersecurity, we understand the impact a security breach can have on an organization. It’s a time of high stress, tight deadlines, and competing priorities. 

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Is Windows 10 Security Enough Protection for My Small Business?

By Derek Marin | Jun 19, 2019 2:28:33 PM

Like virtually every small business in the US, your office probably runs on Microsoft Windows 10. Windows 10 is the most popular operating system in the world. It offers the widest selection of business applications, is well supported, and it’s secure... right?

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Vulnerability Assessment Checklist for Small Businesses

By Derek Marin | Jun 12, 2019 8:45:00 AM

Vulnerability assessments sound like fun, right? Are you shaking your head? Okay, well, at least you know it's important! I mean, it makes sense to understand our network's weak spots before we buy all kinds of solutions.

However, you have lots of questions, and rightfully so because there's a lot to consider before we embark.

So, in this post, NSI teamed up with Caleb Christopher to tackle the important questions about vulnerability assessments, and give you a checklist that will help you select a trustworthy vendor.

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Security Awareness Training for Employees in CT

By Derek Marin | May 22, 2019 11:12:21 AM

Anyone in Connecticut with a computer and an internet connection is at risk of being a victim of cybercrime. When cybercriminals are thinking about their next attack, they’re looking for the easiest money. Individuals probably won’t pay up to get their stolen data back, and big corporations are well protected by full-time computer security people. Who does that leave as the most vulnerable? Small to medium businesses with no full time IT staff and who would be willing to pay to get their data back just to stay in business.

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