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3 Reasons To Trust MicroAge With Your Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity has always been a concern for businesses, but the threats we all face are only expected to increase. By 2020, the average cost of a data breach is expected to be around $150 million, and that can put you and your business at risk if you don’t have the best protection.

Here are the 3 major reasons why MicroAge is the cybersecurity provider for you and your business.

 

We Know What to Protect You From

Plenty of software packages are easily accessible online, and while these easy fixes may be appealing, their security methods are not comprehensive and their threat databases can be woefully out of date.

MicroAge deals with businesses small and large in every industry across the continent, which means we know all of the methods that digital thieves are using and what particular threats your business may be at risk of.

 

We Dedicate Time to Protect You

Whether it’s for yourself or your business, managing cybersecurity can be a time-consuming task that can leave you exhausted and confused. 

On top of being aware of all the types of threats and methods that thieves use, you have to sit down and choose between the dozens of cybersecurity packages available on the open market, which may not even have all the features you require.

At MicroAge, our entire business day is dedicated to maintaining your network integrity and security, and that means finding the options that are best suited to you and managing your system without any stress on your end.

 

We Are Always Preparing for the Next Threat

Studies show that the average computer with an internet connection faces a new cyber attack every 39 seconds—or an astonishing 2,249 attacks in a single day. 

These threats are constantly evolving and growing more complex, and that means the basic security software you buy today will be out of date and vulnerable sooner than you’ll realize

Our staff are constantly monitoring the latest trends in cybersecurity threats and are consistently upgrading our systems to meet industry challenges, meaning you can expect top-of-the-line security for your business 24/7.

 

Cybersecurity is a complex topic that can take a while to understand, and the longer you put off your business’s safety, the greater the risk you may be facing. Reach out to one of our MicroAge Locations to learn more about the about our services and how we can help protect your business.

Get the most from your IT

As service providers to more than 300 companies, the dedicated professionals at MicroAge are second to none when it comes to managed services. By improving efficiency, cutting costs and reducing downtime, we can help you achieve your business goals!

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