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Small and medium businesses (SMBs) need to secure Web access and protect their network just as large organizations do. SMBs need business-class network security ― a firewall coupled with anti-virus software is not enough to protect against the Web threats and email threats of today. eSoft offers SMBs easy, affordable and robust network security solutions that they will not outgrow.
eSoft protects SMBs on all fronts with Unified Threat Management ― business-class firewalls and threat management appliances coupled with software ThreatPaks that provide protection against Web and email threats. eSoft proactively protects users from network threats while providing safe, secure access for your employees to your network and the Web.
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Web Security and website blocking with eSoft brings filtered web access and protection from the latest viruses and malware. Block inappropriate websites using categories like pornography, violence, social networking and more, improving employee productivity or meeting regulatory compliance. eSoft's focus on security provides full web protection from the latest web based threats with security categories to block spyware, phishing, and other dangerous websites.
eSoft’s comprehensive products are easy-to-implement and easy-to-use. eSoft's reporting software graphically illustrates network activity, such as VPN reporting, threats observed, and website usage, helping SMBs keep their networks secure and helping them stay compliant with regulatory mandates.
eSoft has delivered its award winning network security products since 1984 and has over 20,000 installations world-wide. With eSoft you can be sure your business will run smoothly and efficiently with the protection it needs but without the complexity and resulting cost that typically come with enterprise-level solutions.
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LATEST BLOG POSTS
The financial information of guests at Callaway Gardens was stolen by cyber-thieves who implanted malware on the Pine Mountain, GA resort’s credit and debit card systems.
A Callaway Gardens official said it is unknown how many guests may be affected after its credit card security system was compromised over the last eight months.
"We have just started a more in-depth investigation so the number of accounts has not been determined yet," said Rachel Crumbley, a spokeswoman for the resort in Pine Mountain.
Crumbley said Saturday a breach in its credit card security system started in early September and lasted until Thursday when a credit card processing company identified multiple companies, including Callaway Gardens, with fraudulent credit card activity.
WASHINGTON DC – Cybersecurity threats have come a long way since hackers temporarily crippled the computer system at one of Chris Collins’ businesses a few years ago.
For that reason, Collins – now U.S. Congressman Rep. Chris Collins, (R-NY) dedicated his first hearing as chairman of a House Small Business subcommittee to the growing danger of cyberattacks, which he deemed an often ignored threat that can put companies out of business.
“Although attacks on small businesses don’t make the headlines, a recent report shows nearly 20 percent of cyberattacks are on small firms with less than 250 employees,” Collins said. “Unlike a large company, small businesses may not be able to survive a cyberattack.”
That’s because those attacks cost so much, Collins said, citing FCC reports show that the average annual cost of cyberattacks on small and medium-size businesses was $188,242.
Not surprisingly, then, nearly 60 percent of small businesses that are hit by cyberattacks close within six months of the problem, he added, citing a 2011 report by Business Insider.
by Steve Baker
Providers have about six months to comply with the changes to privacy and security practices mandated by the HIPAA omnibus rule. The new rules could give some organizations headaches, and not just because they represent technical challenges.
Speaking at the HealthTech Council meeting in Chicago, Kirk Nahra, partner at the law firm Wiley Rein LLP, said the new privacy and security regulations will force providers to make significant changes to some of their processes, but often without much actual benefit to the patient.