Cyber Security

Cyber Security

How we can help:

  • Organize Hardware and Devices
  • Network Secure Monitoring
  • Add or remove Software
  • Clean Website Server
  • Security Training Sessions
  • Physical Security Camera Install

How many people have a level of network access?

How many access points do you have within your inner circle that cause the outside vulnerabilities?

Your users may not fully understand the risks and vulnerabilities to which a network can fall victim which brings us to an understanding, questioning, just how clean is your cyber?

You need to be as clean as possible, cyber hygiene some say. Super important to be clean. Remember growing up when mom, dad, or a guardian of yours badgered you about hygiene?  Very important.  You can’t function.  “You’ll never going to get a date.  How are you going to find a wife?” My mom used to say.   It was a part of your everyday activity, I hope.

Here we are.  Equally as important, these days. We need to be on our website servers and within our network. We need to clean after we use.  We need to keep it clean. Your network’s sensitive data and your website may be at risks.

Creating a formal framework for how we handle information and security is imperative. OhYeahLive protects how your brand is perceived. It’s not just what we create and deliver for you, it is also what we don’t want the world to see.  And sometimes that’s tougher than it sounds because sharing passwords with vendors and employees has become necessary. Here’s the thing.  They leave. Or you fire them.

Yes there are good actors but there are also bad actors who put your sensitive material in peril. The competitors and the public should only see what you want them to see. Education and practice, practice, practice, and levels to protect. You need to understand how important cybersecurity is to the company and/individual. Best practices for security and awareness becomes essential to prevent cyber attacks.

A couple of tips:

  • No one but a one or two should have root-level access.
  • Quarterly to assess whether the same individuals are needed in the same roles.
  • Harden the workforce to have a sense of ownership in the security that their actions have consequences.
  • Corporate credit cards should be taken from employees who don’t follow security protocols.
  • Use multi-factor authentication with single sign-on.