Welcome Tri-Association Conference Attendees!
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If you’re not familiar with Netmechanics, we are a cybersecurity service firm providing vCISO, advisory and education services to small and medium sized businesses.
Most companies providing cybersecurity services focus on the technology of their clients by selling and managing backups, antivirus and firewalls. Don’t get us wrong, these are important, but they are only a small piece to the cybersecurity puzzle. At Netmechanics we do cybersecurity differently. Cybersecurity is a business risk, not a technology issue so we treat it as such and work with the executives and managers of our clients to help them identify the risks that cyber incidents pose to their business and how they can have a negative affect on the business. Once the risks have been identified we help build an overall culture of cybersecurity within your company so your employees are constantly aware of the threats and risks that are out there and how to avoid them through education and awareness. This helps decrease the cyber risks that our clients are facing.
WE FOCUS ON YOUR EMPLOYEES
NETMECHANICS educates your team, so your team protects your organization
NEXT LEVEL AWARENESS CONTENT
Starting mid Season 5, every Episode will feature a celebrity actor, taking our client engagement to the next level!
FRIENDS & FAMILY
Every employee signed on to our awareness training will have access to our Trybersecurity @ home for up to 7 family members for free. We believe that good cyber hygiene begins at home, so we deliver training that helps employees and their families use their own devices and applications securely at home.
ONE OF THE LATEST EPISODES
SEASON 5 | EPISODE 4
LET’S GET PHYSICAL
With the increase of employees working from home and social distancing in place if you are working at an office, physical security becomes increasingly more important. In this episode, we learn why it is important to stay vigilant and adhere to physical security policies, as well as stay alert for other physical security risks. Threat actors count on employees being overly courteous and trusting of others, yet we must be sure to always take the proper steps for observing violations of a policy, regardless of deadlines or how convincing a person may be.
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