Small Business Owners: Protect Your Tech with Cybersecurity

April 29, 2019

Did you know two-thirds of all cyber-attacks are directed at small business and that number is expected to rise? Cybersecurity is a top concern for many businesses. We hear daily news reports of data breaches, identity theft, and cybercrime. The risk is compounded by the increasingly sophisticated hackers who target businesses of all sizes with online threats such as malware, ransomware, and phishing emails.

Let’s face it, most small businesses are not prepared or are adequately protected to thrive in this ever-changing cybersecurity threat landscape.  For small business owners, budgets are tight, resources are low, and technology is complicated.  Alpine Communications recognizes the challenges our customers face, and our goal is to keep customers connected safely and securely.  We deliver on this commitment by offering a simple and affordable security solution called Tech Office from SecurityCoverage, an Iowa-based company and Alpine partner for more than 13 years.

Jim Springsteen, Technology Manager

Jim Springsteen, Alpine’s Technology Manager, and his team of technicians understand today’s threat landscape and they are tenacious about safeguarding customer data. The Alpine team has the confidence in Tech Office to use the security suite on our own network. Tech Office delivers computer and security protection with SecureIT Pro, cloud data-backup, password management, and 24/7/365 support when the Alpine team needs extra help.

“We are focused on secure connections.  We know first-hand how Tech Office delivers business-class anti-virus, anti-malware, and anti-ransomware security. When our network is secure, so is our customer data,” noted Jim.

In addition to enhanced computer and mobile security, another key benefit for Alpine’s team is efficiency.  Tech Office’s cloud management platform provides control over many devices on one screen. “Rather than logging into individual computers and devices to manage their security, we save time by using the cloud portal to monitor ongoing protection,” said Springsteen.

To further our mission of creating secure, connected businesses, Alpine Communications is hosted a “Understanding the Cybersecurity Threat Landscape” Lunch and Learn on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. We discussed:

  • Common cybersecurity threats
  • How changes to the threat landscape affect your business
  • Successful strategies you can use to protect yourself
  • Answers to your cybersecurity questions

If your business is unprepared for data theft and loss, you are putting yourself and your customers at risk.  Do what Alpine did, choose Tech Office to keep your business safe and running smoothly.

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