Data security is everyone’s responsibility in the workplace. Commitment to keeping your information safe can’t be handed off to your IT Team. While they may be responsible for alerting management and initiating a cohesive response to a cyberattack, the bulldog guarding the front door is every member of your organization using the company’s computers and mobile devices to conduct business.
Security Assessments and Audits
One of the largest vulnerabilities in Internet history discovered — what can you do?
A critical flaw in the open-source Apache logging library Log4j leaves some of the world's most popular services and applications vulnerable to attack. As a result, many of the most prominent tech organizations on the planet, including IBM, Google Cloud, Cisco, Amazon...
What’s the difference between a security assessment and a security audit?
For people outside of the cybersecurity industry, the terminology and complexity of data security issues can be daunting. At the end of the day, you don’t know what you don’t know, and that’s overwhelming and off-putting to many of us. At SeekingFire Consulting, we’ve...
Is your Wi-Fi network as safe as it could be?
87% of consumers put their information at risk while using public Wi-Fi. Source: 2017 Norton Wi-Fi Risk Report, Norton by Symantec, 2018
Protect your customers and your reputation
85% of organizations are the target of social engineering attacks, like phishing. Source: The Cost of Cybercrime, Accenture Security, 2019
We've got your back!
We know the information security space can be a little intimidating, but we’ve got your back. We offer no-judgement solutions to a wide range of cybersecurity challenges. Contact us for a custom quote. [Hyperlink]
Malware attacks can be very costly. Are you protected?
Malware attacks cost organizations an average of $3.4 million each year. Source: The Cost of Cybercrime, Accenture Security, 2019
The Internet is basically our best friend (or at least connects us to our BFFs)!
91% of Canadians aged 15+ use the Internet. Source: Canadian Internet Use Survey, Statistics Canada, 2019
Canadians spend over 40 billion hours a year online
73% of Canadians spend at least 3-4 hours online per day. Source: Canada’s Internet Factbook, Canadian Internet Registration Authority, 2019.