Cybercrime is Big Business

Cybercrime is big business, and there's a lot you can do to keep your team and your business safe. Did you know that 85% of consumers won’t do business with a company if they are concerned about its security practices?

The FBI is getting 3,000 to 4,000 cyber complaints PER DAY, up from around 1,000 a day before the pandemic. With 90% of data breaches resulting from human error, firewalls, security updates, and antivirus are not enough.

Will your employees click on the wrong link? You may think your company is too small or your employees wouldn't get tricked...

Think again and learn how you can keep your data safe.

The good news is that there are a lot of smart an affordable ways to help protect your data and we're here to help!

CMMC:  Local Businesses in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB):  Changes are coming for security certifications.  We've put together resources on CMMC for local businesses:  CMMC - Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Resources

Train, Test, and Prevent Attacks.

Big companies make the headlines when there's a cybersecurity breach, and too many SMBs believe they are "under the radar". Today's threats are automated, and everyone is at risk. The Employee Security Training program is a cost-effective way to increase security and protect your business, and demonstrate compliance to training requirements of the MA Data Security Law, HIPAA, and other industry specific security compliance requirements.

The basic documents you need for compliance such as a Written Information Security Policy (WISP), Acceptable Use Policy, Sanction Policy, (and more!) and a Security Risk Assessment template are also included.

Small and Midsize Businesses (SMBs) are Victims of Cyber Attacks


Employee Security Training is the best way to Prevent to Prevent a Data Breach


Ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts a victims files and is one of the greatest threats to businesses everywhere.

The most effective way to fight ransomware is prevention through layers of security. There are many smart and affordable ways for small businesses to stay protected.  Prevention is the key to keeping your business safe, and although there's no such thing as 100% security, Ekaru will help put the right security measures in place to help you stay protected.  Too many small businesses believe that cybersecurity insurance alone is enough to be protected.  If a threat gets through, clean up and file recovery are needed. 

The short video below explains ransomware and ways to help stay safe.

Dark Web Monitoring

With more and more data breaches happening every day, even if your site is not affected, your employees credentials can still wind up on the Dark Web.

The Dark Web is the part of the World Wide Web that is only accessible by means of special software, allowing users and website operators to remain anonymous or untraceable.  This is where criminal activity occurs.

Get a Dark Web Scan

Training Overview

Watch our 2-minute training overview video

Training Overview

  • Extensive Use of Multimedia (Videos, Animation, Graphics, Quizzes)
  • Interesting and Engaging Training Material
  • Training Delivered Via Online Training Portal
  • Training Takes Around 1 Hour for the annual exam, and about 2-3 minutes a week for weekly training updates
  • Employees Can Start, Stop and Resume Training
  • Employees Feedback Has Been Outstanding

Security Training Topics

  • What is Personally Identifiable Information (PII)?
  • Protecting Credit Cards and Customer Information
  • Spotting Phishing Scams
  • Avoiding Phone Scams
  • Using Strong Passwords
  • Public Wi-Fi Dangers
  • Protecting Mobile Devices
  • Clean Desk Policy
  • Many More Security Topics

Training Certificates and Reports

After employees finish the security training, they will take a 20 question security quiz. They need an 80% or better to pass the quiz. Upon passing the security quiz, they will be able to print out a certificate of course completion. There is a report that you can access that shows the progress and results of each employee.

*Source: IBM’s 2014 Cyber Security Intelligence Index
**Source: National Cyber Security Alliance Study

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How do you manage passwords?

Your business is only as secure as how you store and access passwords. In a survey of 130,000 business owners, users were asked: How do you manage passwords?

With Ekaru MyGlue, you'll be able to provide employees a secure password storage area and access solution to manage their corporate passwords. It also delivers the ability to securely share and synchronize passwords between executives employees, contractors, and clients, eliminating anyone from being blocked from the most up to date password.

Ekaru - MyGlue Password Management Infographics

Within MyGlue, there can be an unlimited number of users and storage for an unlimited number of passwords. The Admin can then create custom permissions for each user. That way each user no longer has access to every password in the database and you can block any user from particular credentials. Every interaction inside the site is recorded. Therefore audit logs and reporting are all easily accessible and can be run to see how old passwords are, who has had access to them, etc. You can even go back and find what password were previously used if needed. If the site user is ever drawn into any compliance audit they can easily provide the information needed.

Site users can also use the site to collaborate internally with each other. You can create security groups or buckets for “administration”, “accounting”, “management” or however works best for your business. Users can be added an removed at any time.