October Is National Cyber Security Awareness Month

  • October 3, 2013
  • Elisa Silverglade
  • 2 min read

Information security is an issue that touches us all, and as more of our lives and our work go digital, the implications of security on our well-being become all the more profound.

The consequences of digital insecurity can wreak havoc in so many ways, ranging from child safety to identity theft to credit card fraud to customer data abuse to corporate espionage to government monitoring to cyberwarfare and beyond.

As a leading provider of IT consulting services to New York City’s business community, we take our role in improving security very seriously, and National Cyber Security Awareness Month gives us a forum for taking our message to the broadest audience we can.

This month, as part of our shared responsibility for security, we are offering free information security assessments to any business that is interested.

The process is simple: we arrange a half-hour phone call with the person responsible for information security at your organization, and during that call we review a series of high-level security issues that form the basis of what every business needs to be thinking about in order to have a comprehensive approach to security.

After the call, we prepare and send an information security report card that lays out our assessment of your company’s risk profile and offers tips and guidance on what can be done to address any concerns.

If you’re interested in scheduling a free security assessment for your business or organization, please email security@techromatic.com. Give us a few times that would be convenient for a 30 minute chat. And we’ll get right back to you.

For more information about National Cyber Security Awareness Month, here are some useful links to get you started:

DHS National Cyber Security Awareness Month

DHS Small Business security resources


Chamber of Commerce Internet Security Essentials for Business

All of us at Techromatic wish you a secure and informative October!

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