Cybersecurity Experts Recommend New Tools, Tactics for October's National Cybersecurity Month: Matrix Integration Urges Companies to Take Three Cyber Issues Seriously
Matrix Integration, a strategic IT infrastructure partner for more than 1,000 businesses and schools in the Midwest and beyond, is employing new tools as well as advising clients and the public on the advantages of taking a more proactive stance towards cyber criminals for National Cybersecurity Month, which takes place this month, October 2023.
In 2022, the FBI received more than 800,000 complaints of cybercrime, estimating a loss of more than $10 billion for businesses and individuals. Matrix Integration hopes to save companies millions of dollars by keeping a close eye on their network security.
“In the world of ransomware and data breaches, crime pays,” said Tim Pritchett, security expert and engineer operations manager at Matrix Integration. “We need to harden our surfaces against cybercriminals, and we’re helping out clients with a combination of cutting-edge, cloud-based security operations and real humans whose only job is to prevent and defend these attacks.”
Matrix Integration, based in Jasper, Indiana, is an established IT solutions and managed services provider that works closely with a wide variety of Midwest businesses, providing everything from complex infrastructure design to daily maintenance and IT operations oversight.
Three Benefits of Proactive Stance Against Cyber Criminals
In addition to the obvious benefit of preventing a major attack, the experts at Matrix urge companies to take these three cyber issues seriously, and act now before it is too late:
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