Prevent Third-Party Risk by having individual employees monitor their vendors
Prevent Account-Takeover Risk by alerting each employee to their leaked corporate and personal credentials
Prevent Phishing Attacks by alerting employees to personally identifiable information that hackers have stolen
Increase overall employee security awareness by exposing employees to common threats and best practice security habits
Analyze risk per person and per department by using Risk Explorer, a set of analysis and visualization tools which enable companies to find non0intuitive kinks between threats
Too often, SMB’s (Small and Midsize Businesses) think they’re too small to be hacked. However, small businesses represent 43% of all cyberattacks and only 14% are prepared for such attempts, according to Accenture. SMB’s rarely have the ability to have a full security department, which means that a lot of security intelligence and actions are neglected. Until now.
3. Purchase the number of users of HackNotice Teams
“HackNotice Teams gives clients the opportunity to be proactive by providing feedback about strengths and weaknesses within their cybersecurity programs, including which areas require more attention and the types of changes to work culture that can enable a more secure environment.” — Romaine Marshall, Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Business Litigation Lawyer at Stoel Rives