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Why Managed Security is an SMB Match


September 14, 2017

Denial-of-service attacks, malware, malvertising, password attacks, phishing, and ransomware – the list of cyber security threats continues to multiply. And as the Equifax news demonstrates, the impact of such breaches can be far and wide. That’s why cyber security is and should be a top concern of businesses today.

But if you’re not an expert in security, it can be difficult to figure out what you need to do to be safe, and how to configure and maintain such solutions. That’s why many organizations – especially small and medium businesses that typically don’t have a lot of IT resources at their disposal – are increasingly turning to full-service managed security offerings.

Managed security solutions, like those from Hogan Technology, can assess the needs of an SMB, bring all the pieces together to secure the organization, and offload that responsibility so a business can instead focus on its core competencies.

Hogan Technology says it’s uniquely positioned to help SMBs address the cyber security challenge because it ensures its staff of IT experts is well-trained, certified, and fully equipped to keep customers secure.

“When we invest in our technicians’ technical abilities, we are investing in our customers’ safety,” said Sean Hogan, president of Hogan Technology. “This is why we’re constantly watching the technological horizon and educating our team so that, when our customers need help, they are working with a world-class expert, not just some person who dabbles in IT.”

He adds: “The security landscape is constantly changing in order to stay up with the latest global attacks. Since education, research, and development have been a cornerstone of Hogan Technology, the company is able to stay a step ahead and provide the right guidance to customers to properly secure their networks now and into the future.”




Edited by Mandi Nowitz




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