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Small Businesses

Small businesses are attractive targets for cybercriminals because they typically have weaker security measures in place, making them easier to breach. The impact of a cyber attack can be devastating, ranging from financial losses and theft of sensitive information to severe damage to the business's reputation and customer trust.

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Cybersecurity

Assessments


We measure the maturity, resiliency, and strength of your organization’s cybersecurity efforts to build your cybersecurity defense.


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Maintain Ongoing Regulatory Compliance


As new regulatory challenges evolve, Novesh addresses key best practices called out in standards frameworks like ISO, IEC, NIST and others.

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Vulnerability Scanning & Pen Testing


Deploy end-to-end security vulnerability scanning to close cyber security gaps in your network, hosting and applications.

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Backup & Disaster Recovery


With our backup solutions and disaster recovery plan, your IT infrastructure is safeguarded from any unwanted guests, eliminating threats and managing vulnerability scans.

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Small Business Cyberattack Highlight

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Small Business Trends estimates that only 1 in 4 small businesses are prepared to handle a cyberattack.

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According to a Symantec report, 50% of cyber-attacks target businesses with fewer than 2500 employees.

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Nearly 60% of companies go out of business within six months of a cyberattack.

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$6 trillion dollars is the estimated global impact of cybercrime in 2021.