Could One Well-intended Click Take Down Your Business… From The Inside?

Thomas Fox is president of Tech Experts, southeast Michigan’s leading small business computer support company.

Not many owners and managers realize this… but the biggest data security risk to your business is actually your team.

We’re not talking malicious damage. But rather, them being caught out by cyber criminals.

It only takes one click on one bad website, and your business can be compromised. It really can be that simple.

Hackers target staff to try to install malware on your devices. Then they can try to extort money, corrupt files, or steal your sensitive business data.

In some cases, this can cause such extreme damage to your business that it makes genuine recovery very hard. Trust us when we say you want to avoid it at all costs.

Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to help protect your business from this kind of attack. And you’re probably already doing some of them.

For example, installing antivirus software across your network, and making sure it’s always 100% up-to-date.

And of course keeping a daily, verified backup of all data.

However, there’s one protective tool that many businesses miss. And it could reduce your risk of cyber-attack by up to 72%.

What is it?
Cyber security training for all your people – from CEO to administrator.

Don’t dismiss such a simple thing. It’s one of the most powerful preventive tools at your disposal.

With cyber criminals changing the game so frequently, you’d be forgiven for quickly falling behind on the latest scams to watch out for.

Regular training can arm you and your people with the tools you need to recognize a scam email or a fake website. And keep your business more protected from attack.

We have access to the very latest training. It’s our job to keep on top of everything related to cyber security, and we want to help keep your business safe.

Can we review your cyber security situation and suggest a training plan for you?

Before we carry out the review, we’ll need to have a quick video call (no more than 15 minutes) to discuss your current security, your business, and to answer any questions you may have.

There’s no obligation to go ahead with the training after our chat, and certainly no obligation to buy anything. Ever.

We simply want to show local businesses like yours how they can keep themselves better protected from cyber-attacks and data breaches.

Visit to book your video call. You can also give us a call at (734) 457-5000.