How much money could a data breach cost you and your company?
WHAT IS A RISK AUDIT SCAN?
It starts with a software system that you download on to your PC or Laptop, similar to how you would download an anti-virus software. After its downloaded, the software will scan your computer (Including shared drives, end-points and cloud-based, hosted services like Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft One Drive) for the presence of unsecured vulnerabilities. The scan provides relevant, actionable and timely intelligence to help organizations understand the various internal and external risks that can lead to a data breach. Based on the amount of risks or vulnerabilities that the software detects, it will then calculate a liability amount in dollars from a algorithm designed specifically for determining risks. This will help a company determine where the risk is coming from and how they can amend these issues, where to put their focus, as well as security implementations to reduce risk of a data breach.
WHAT IS RISK AND HOW IS IT DETERMINED?
The basis to determining risk is information. Every company has some type of proprietary information stored on their computers and most of the time it's the fundamental backbone of the company. Whether it is client and employee personal data, payment data, trade secrets or even company financial data, there is sensitive information that you do not want outsiders to have access to. The sensitive information can be found on laptops, PCs and even mobile devices like tablets and smartphones. We want to find out how accessible this information is to outside threats like hackers and viruses to determine the liability of the company.
TYPES OF SCANS:
WHAT DATA IS AT RISK?
WHO HAS ACCESS TO THE VULNERABLE DATA?
HOW CAN HACKERS COMPROMISE THE DATA?
WHAT WOULD A DATA BREACH COST MY BUSINESS?
UNPROTECTED DATA SUMMARY EXAMPLE
We want you to understand how a hacker could compromise your data. Here are the results of a real laptop that had a Risk Audit Scan. Note that the count on the table below describes how many times the information was found in a different place in the machine or on different websites. This could be the same credit card information or date of birth for example, but how many times it was stored in a different location. The more locations that your information was stored, the greater the risk for a data breach, and thus the greater amount it could cost you if that were to happen.
Discover Credit Card
Visa Credit Card
Social Security Number
Date of Birth
MasterCard Credit Card
American Express Credit Card
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Ask us about the individual scans that can help keep your data safe:
Data Breach Risk Scan
PCI Compliance Scan