We are proud to announce that we have been certified to provide cybersecurity solutions to SMBs (small to mid-sized businesses) to protect them from the barrage of cyber-attacks that occur every day. Cybercrimes are a serious threat and most businesses cannot afford to become the victim of malware, ransomware, phishing, password attacks, denial-of-service (DOS) attacks or malvertising of any sort for a prolonged period. Recent advancements in preventative technology have helped SMBs safeguard themselves from unnecessary attacks, network vulnerabilities and company downtime that can often result from such disruptions.
Voice Smart Networks invests heavily in its staff of IT professionals, to ensure that everyone is highly trained, highly certified and fully equipped to protect customers from cyber-attacks. “It’s incredibly important to continually invest in our people,” stated Ryan Mulvany, VP of Sales & Marketing of Voice Smart Networks. “When we invest in our technicians’ technical abilities, we are investing in our customers’ safety. This is why we’re constantly watching the technological horizon and educating our team so that when our customers need help, they are working with a world-class expert, not just some person who dabbles in IT.”
Most business owners are usually more focused on conducting revenue-generating activities, instead of assessing potential IT vulnerabilities. Therefore, many SMBs have opted to outsource their IT to an external managed IT services provider; simply because they don’t have the time, expertise nor inclination to become an expert in these facets of business. By partnering with a trusted IT advisor, whose sole mission is to remain one step ahead of hackers, SMBs can remain focused on their top priorities and continue to grow their organizations to new heights.
“The security landscape is constantly changing to stay up with the latest global attacks. Since education, research, and development has been a cornerstone of Voice Smart Networks, the company is able to stay a step ahead and provide the right guidance to customers to properly secure their networks now and into the future,” added Mr. Mulvany.