So, you’ve scanned the code on one of our business cards, and it has brought you here. What is so special about this page? Being here entitles you to an IT Security Assessment and Consultation, totally free of charge.
What exactly is this offer? What good can it do for your business?
We’ve all heard the news stories about big name companies being hacked. Customer data gets exposed and often many thousands or even millions of people are affected. We only hear about this happening to major companies such as Home Depot, Sony, and Target because of the size of those companies and the amount of people impacted – but the truth is that medium to small businesses are attacked and exposed on a much more constant basis. This is why we, at Right Hand Technology Group, have decided to offer you a free consultation with one of our certified security experts.
When a cyber-criminal is learning his trade, he doesn’t practice hacking skills on the big name brands. Instead he is going to target the little guy who isn’t paying attention, who may not even have the right systems in place to stop an attack. Such a person can cause a lot of havoc and has little chance of getting caught. What can be done to prevent attacks like this? You don’t have the resources of Home Depot.
A computer network needs multiple layers of security to be effective. In many cases businesses already have access to security systems and features that have never been used or even set up. By maximizing the security potential of existing infrastructure and following best practices you can achieve this very important goal – getting a would-be attacker to move on to an easier target.
You need to know how and if your existing setup is protecting you and this is where our offer comes in. We are offering a free technology and security assessment to make sure you are getting the most out of what you already have – and to provide recommendations for steps you can take to tighten your network’s security.
That’s all there is to it – you can use our results to take action yourself, give them to internal IT staff, or hand them over to one of our competitors so they can fix their mistakes. All you need to do is sign up below.