How We Can Help
King Street Technology are experts in managing and maintaining technology and network infrastructure for businesses of all sizes. By partnering with King Street Technology, small and medium businesses can benefit from a wide range of services, including network management, cloud solutions, cybersecurity, and more.
One of the primary benefits of working with King Street Technology is improved network and technology efficiencies. We have the expertise and tools needed to identify and address issues before they become major problems. We can also proactively monitor and maintain systems to ensure optimal performance and prevent downtime.
In addition to improving technology efficiencies, partnering with King Street Technology can also help your small or medium business improve existing business processes. We can provide valuable insights and recommendations for optimizing workflows and improving overall efficiency.
When it comes to network security and compliance, small and medium businesses should be concerned about several issues. One of the most significant risks is cyber attacks, which can result in data breaches, financial loss, and damage to a company’s reputation. Small and medium businesses are often targeted by cybercriminals because they may not have robust security measures in place.
King Street Technology can help small and medium businesses address these risks by providing a range of cybersecurity services, including vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, and security monitoring. They can also help businesses implement best practices for data privacy and compliance with regulatory requirements such as GDPR and HIPAA.
In summary, partnering with King Street Technology can help small and medium businesses improve network and technology efficiencies, optimize business processes, and address critical security and compliance risks. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help your business achieve these goals.
Cybersecurity and SMBs
One thing we learned over the past few years is that no one is safe, because cybersecurity is no longer only a large enterprise’s concern. Cybercriminals have found a new sweet spot — small and medium-sized businesses, which often lack the resources to keep up with the growing security threats.
Leveraging innovative technologies is critical if SMBs want to succeed in today’s economy, but such organizations must be acutely aware of the dangers those technologies pose. Knowing what to look out for and how to set up cybersecurity defenses should be on the priority list of any SMB these days.
In the face of these challenges, SMBs devote their attention to mitigating any risk of a cyberattack or data breach. Recent high-profile incidents have prompted small companies to review and re-evaluate their security practices. As a result, many are trying their best to adapt.
The pace at which such breaches occur is simultaneously spectacular and frightening. Since the media and law enforcement tend to focus on large-scale attacks and breaches, it is easy to overlook that SMBs are often at an even greater risk and are much more vulnerable to cybercriminal activity
Why SMBs attract cybercriminal activity?
The rate at which small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are targeted by cybercriminals is at an all-time high. There are a number of reasons that make SMBs an attractive target for cybercriminals, but the main one is simple. Small enterprises are easier targets than large organizations because they often lack the resources to protect themselves from cybercriminal activity and don’t have sufficient in-house expertise to deal with cyberattacks and the shifting landscape of cyber threats.
Sometimes, SMBs operate with a false sense of security. According to Forbes, 57% of small business owners feel they won’t be targets of cyberattacks. Such upside-down thinking is a major factor why SMBs are so attractive to cybercriminals.
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