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Reducing risk is as prominent an IT issue as any out there today. From nature/weather-induced emergencies to cyber-attacks, it is now common to ‘expect the unexpected.’ Still, many are surprised to learn that most ‘disasters’ are human-generated—thanks to malware, user errors and malicious employees. SMBs are mainly at risk due to the following concerns:

  • Fewer resources to prevent data disaster
  • Limited resources to combat disaster
  • Risk of losing valuable data
  • Risk of reduced revenue
  • Loss of competitive edge
  • Negative impact on reputation and customers
  • Potential non-compliance of regulations

At Arth System, we believe in solving security-risk issues for our clients by identifying the right solution that fits your needs.

Are my users and machines secure ? Is my IT system secure ?
  • No. As per Gartner/Microsoft, "70% companies are not secure."
  • On an average, 253 days go by even before you know that you were hacked.
  • We provide assessments to evaluate the level of security available and required for a user's machine.
  • Based on compliances, we can evaluate the security requirements for your IT systems.
  • What measures are you taking to be secure? Have you done an audit to comply with?
How can I reduce my company's IT risk ?

The following guidelines should help you significantly reduce your IT risk:

  • Enable multi-factor authentication
  • Educate employees to be aware of security risks will face
  • Install regular updates
  • Don't click on unknown email links
  • Install anti-virus programs
  • Don't be an easy target
Question : Why should you work with us to reduce your risk ?

We provide end-to-end solutions to secure your IT systems. by performing the following tasks:

  • Identity management with two-factor/multi-factor authentication
  • Managed security services such as:
    • Compliances
      • HIPAA
      • HiTrust
      • GDPR
      • CCPA
    • Security assessments that provide answers to questions like:
      • Where is our data?
      • Is it secure?
      • How are people using it?
      • What is our data-governance plan?
    • Business continuity and disaster recovery
    • Ongoing training
    • Maintenance and ongoing support