guardDog protects Small Businesses from outside threats- Edge Territory
43% of Cyber Attacks Target Small Businesses
At an average breach costs is $3.9 million. guardDog will be launching solutions to protect small businesses against these types of breaches.
Businesses have invested billions in security over the years to protect their networks from intruders, but recently the playing field has changed. Now businesses don’t just have to deal with a device an employee may bring into the office that they don’t control, but now they have to deal with an explosion of unsecured home and other networks employees may use. Security investments are often undermined on accident in edge territory, by employees that aren’t cybersecurity professionals, and this trend only complicates things.
Every Network is Vulnerable at its Weakest Point, and it Costs
Connecting to home, hotel, café, or other networks can leave you exposed. Someone watching isn’t invited.
How can you keep out intruders and prevent losses?
guardDog has been working with enterprise businesses piloting our solution in their environments. guardDog has given them visibility into what is happening on their Wi-Fi networks, what devices are present, and our cloud AI-service identifies and shuts down threats. guardDog will be launching pre-orders for small teams soon (sign up here) so check back. If you are a larger organization and would like to talk about solutions with our enterprise team, contact us here.
Business Cybercrime in the News
- Businesses Need to Rethink Cyber Risks for Gaming Industry
- Ex FBI agent explains how critical it is to save your business files against cyber criminals
- Home Is Where the Hack Is
“Security teams have had to deal with BYOD since the advent of the smartphone, which runs on many networks outside the control of security teams. During the pandemic, company assets have moved away from the known networks, and despite being owned by the corporation, suffer all of the same issues of BYOD. The targeting of employees while they are not on the VPN, for later entry into well protected networks, reveals that some traditional trust models are outdated and ripe for exploitation.”
Scott Walsh, CPO Magazine from “Home is Where the Hack Is”