September 17, 2019
Popular / Security

Simple Steps to Increase Security and Save Millions

Written by Jeff Gaines

One of your employees is working from a coffee shop and leaves to go grab an oat milk latte. When she comes back, the computer – and all of its data- is gone!

“The CEO” sends an urgent email to your accountant asking to wire $500K ASAP, and he complies – only to find out it is a malicious attack.

Your favorite engineer uses the password ‘DeepLearning’ for everything. It gets hacked, and suddenly a competitor across the pond has access to your codebase.

What can we do to help?

Educate your users

92% of malware is delivered via email, and a combination of the right tools and employee education is critical.

We’ll deploy the right encryption agent and/or anti-virus solution for your Apple technology, and send out a newsletter informing employees how to best interact with spam.

Choose the right tools

You’ve been flooded by marketing ploys for thousands of SaaS applications that help with endpoint, network, and application security – but which ones are the best?

We’ve got recommendations for best-in-class, let us share our thinking with you!

Enable the right settings

You probably already have the right devices in place, but do you have the right settings? Is FileVault enabled? Are password restrictions sufficient? We’ll take a look.

Jeff Gaines

Jeff Gaines

Jeff has served as an operating executive at Interlaced since 2016. He is deeply passionate about driving impact for Interlaced, for his community, and for his loved ones. In his spare time, Jeff loves spending time with his wife and son at the world famous San Diego Zoo, enjoying tacos on the beach in Baja, cheering on the San Diego Padres, adventuring outdoors and playing music with friends. Jeff’s top 3 films of all time are Point Break (the original), Road House and Field of Dreams.