Last week at my Leaders Connect Breakfast, we heard about the very significant reasons we need to be concerned about cybersecurity. David Behan not only presented the dangers, but he provided several ideas for how we can protect ourselves. In addition, he described the services provided by his new company, SensCy. His message was a crucial one for all of us who face identity theft and ransomware attacks.
As a business owner, I constantly have to keep up with protecting my business and my family from cyber attacks. For this reason alone, I found David’s talk very beneficial.
A few years ago, everyone in my mailing list received a notice that I was stranded in London and needed money sent to me so I could get home. Not only did I have to shut down my email account, but one of my relatives actually sent $800 to the fraudulent address. This put me in a dilemma: do I let him suffer the consequences of being scammed or how do I offer to pay him back for some of his money? After I paid him back $400, I began to wonder whether I had been scammed myself by my relative.
To avoid this kind of scamming, read about the services that SensCy is providing and see if you might want to take the free assessment to receive your cybersecurity score.
I want to thank David Behen, Dave Kelly and Bhushan Kulkarni from SensCy for helping to make this event a success. You can find additional information about SensCy and their product and services here – https://senscy.com/
As you think about your company and how you are doing with cybersecurity, there is one easy way to see if you are doing some of the right things with cybersecurity and that is to get your SensCy Score™. SensCy, an Ann Arbor-based cybersecurity company has developed a quick and easy cyber health evaluation – they invented the SensCy Score™ which is like a FICO score for a company’s cyberhealth. SensCy is offering a free, no-cost no obligation cyberhealth evaluation to obtain the SensCy Score™ for your SMO. This assessment will highlight your organization’s cybersecurity posture by identifying potential cyber vulnerabilities and where you are doing well. For more information on the SensCy Score™ and to schedule your virtual meeting, click here or scan the QR code below. This evaluation takes about 20 minutes, and as soon as you complete it, you will have a real, tangible score allowing you to determine if you need to take steps to secure your organization, personal data, and customer data and protect your organization from cyberattacks like ransomware.
– David Behen