Security Tools to Protect Your Business

Capstone IT provides employee-focused cybersecurity tools and staff training that will keep your company secure and your employees educated on the latest threats

At Capstone IT, we are dedicated to protecting your network with many layers of security as well as backing up and monitoring your data. One area of security that we cannot monitor all the time is employee or human error. That is why we have partnered with Breach Secure Now to offer your organization the tools you need to train your team to avoid your next data breach.

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Employee Security Training

Learn why your business is at risk and how we can help you protect yourself.

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Dark Web Scanning

Learn about what the Dark Web is and check for your credentials with a baseline assessment.

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Employee Vulnerability Assessment (EVA)

Empower your employees to improve themselves and your organization’s security.

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PII Breach Cost Calculator

Personally Identifiable Information Breach – Calculate the costs to your business.

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PHI Breach Cost Calculator

Protected Health Information Breach – Calculate the costs to your HIPAA compliant business.

WHY IS MY ORGANIZATION AT RISK?

Customer Data
Makes You
Vulnerable

ALL DATA IS VALUABLE TO CYBER CRIMINALS

Storing and accessing customer data mixed with limited resources to dedicate to cybersecurity means your organisation may be at a higher risk of suffering a cyber-attack.

92% of Data
Breaches due to
Human Error

EMPLOYEES ARE
UNAWARE OF RISKS

66% of cybercriminals rank email phishing as their attack vector of choice. Unsuspecting employees may be fooled by an illegitimate email without thinking twice.

Dark Web Data
Can’t Be Erased

EXPOSED EMPLOYEE
CREDENTIALS

Company accounts can be involved in data breaches too, such as the LinkedIn or Dropbox breaches. These breached credentials can’t be erased and without proactive security and swift remediation, can pose high risks to your network.

Password Reuse is
an Epidemic

“IT’S EASIER TO USE ONE PASSWORD”

59% of individuals admitted to mostly or always using the same password, despite 91% knowing it’s a security risk.* If a breached password is reused, the subsequent accounts are also at risk of being hacked.

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