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A simple and intuitive, yet robust approach to your family's cyber protection
Step 1:
Assess & Report
Step 2:
Enhance & Protect
Step 3:
Respond & Resolve
Step 4:
Recover
Step 5:
Support

Your Private Online Information is At Risk!

  • The average cost to repair identity theft is $1,343 and can take 6 months and 200 hours for a family to recover
  • Over 737 million records were exposed in 2020 alone! So much for trusting companies to secure and protect our information.
  • If your identity was used in criminal activities those numbers go up
  • Identity Theft reports to the Federal Trade Commission reached 1,387,615 in 2020, double the number reported in 2019. And that only counts incidents reported to the FTC

Still think this is not a big deal? Your information will be used to make purchases, commit crimes, request new credit cards, provide medical care to others, and more.

All the charges are in your name. And you have to prove it wasn’t you! It isn't easy. The criminals have so much information about you, and they have much more experience in it than you do.

Every online action puts your information at risk.

Cyber Tools Alone Won’t Protect Your Family

Our lives are more online than every before, texting, email, social media, online banking, online investments and so many other things that offer great convenience. But with that convenience comes great risk.

Phishing, smishing, vishing, ransomware, public Wi-Fi, online quizzes and games, all are prime ways to steal your information.

Cyber tools abound and are inexpensive. If they were effective the news wouldn’t be full of cyber breaches and stolen information.

Without knowing how it is done, you are more likely to be a victim, and not even know it until too late.

Only checking email or social media? Still puts everything at risk. It’s far too easy to steal your password. Once a cybercriminal has any information, they know how to exploit your devices to get more.

Even your medical information is in demand. Medical identity fraud uses your identity to pay for someone else’s medical care. Your insurance won’t cover it. How will you pay for it?

Ransomware attacks are growing and encrypt every bit of your information. Paying the ransom may or may not decrypt it. Cybercriminals usually put other forms of malware on your computer before encrypting it and the ransomware key will not remove them.

The Answer – Cyber Services + Tools

An integrated cyber solution combining “best in class” cyber services and risk management tools.

Full Life Cycle Cyber Services + Best in Class Risk Mitigation Tools.

Cyber Services. Step by step guidance on evaluating your risks and how to improve your protections.

  • Assess – identify your risks
  • Enhance – take actions to reduce the risks
  • Respond – know what to do and not do if a breach occurs
  • Recover – returning to life before the breach
  • Support – looking at what happened and taking steps to improve protections

Cyber Technology – What you need... – ongoing monitoring and support...

Specifically:

  • Dark web scans to find your compromised information,
  • Training to teach you and your family about their role in protecting information
  • Phishing simulations to see who learned it
  • Keyboard encryption to protect your information

An integrated end-to-end cyber service with the tools and techniques to improve your chances of avoiding a breach and surviving one if it occurs.

Did You Know?
There is a cyber attack approximately every 39 seconds globally, and 95% of those attacks are due to human error.
In 2019 over 100,000,000 people had their payment information compromised due to data breaches.
In 2018 alone over $24.2 billion was stolen due to cyber criminals taking advantage of people's credit information.