Are your customers protected from the 7 Deadly IT Sins?

These 7 crucial security areas are often overlooked, creating weak spots that hackers love to exploit— putting your customers’ network and data at risk.

The Seven Deadly I.T. Sins

  1. Mobile Negligence: Managing and securing mobile devices is more than just important these days. It’s vital. Those flashy little devices in your users’ pockets are windows into their organization.
  2. Mac Malice: Hackers have malicious plans for Macs. New Mac Trojans, adware and ransomware threats are emerging every day, plus Macs are increasingly used to host and spread Windows Malware.
  3. Unsecure Wi-Fi: Employees and guests are connecting to the wireless network, but are there demons on their devices? Wi-Fi is a must but if it’s not secure the organization’s data and network is at risk.
  4. Unencrypted email: Sending unencrypted email is like sending a postcard in the mail – anyone with the means and motive can access it.
  5. Faulty Firewall: A company’s firewall is its first defense. So if it can’t keep up or is too complex to use effectively, it’s a Deadly IT Sin.
  6. Unencrypted Files: Data breaches are constantly hitting the headlines, leading to big fines and even bigger reputation damage.
  7. Delinquent web filtering: With 80% of all web malware hosted on compromised legitimate websites, simply blocking undesirable categories of websites is not enough.


Check out the 7 Sins today and learn how to secure organizations against them.