Download your IT & Cybersecurity Buying Guide just in time for Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Can You Risk NOT Having a Cyber Security Provider?

Do You Know What a Data Breach Could Cost You?
Hint: It could be everything
Calculate my breach costs

WARNING The Results May Shock You

Sure, you might know that there are "some" monetary repercussions of suffering a data breach, like the costs associated with notifying the individuals involved, but what about the rest? Rely on word of mouth or referrals? Customers may not be so quick to refer a company that compromised their data.
Exploitation: From paying the ransom to access your files or finding out you've experienced fraudulent wire transfers.

Fines & Penalties: Federal, State, and PCI can all impose fines and penalties on an organization when a security incident occurs.

Crisis Management: Financial damage is bad, but reputational damage is devastating. Gaining back lost trust is a hard pill to swallow.

Small and Medium-Sized Businesses are at Risk

SMBs account for 43% of data breaches.

Lack of time, resources and education are three major factors that put small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) at risk.
​2019 Data Breach Investigations Report

83% of SMBs lack the funds to recover.

What's worse? A quarter of those who can't afford it didn't even realize there would be any recovery costs involved.
​​2018 InsuranceBee Cybercrime Survey

How to Calculate Your Cost

Enter the number of customers' data you have access to and choose between three types of data breaches:

How much could a breach of credit card information cost you?

How much could losing patient data cost you?

How much could losing Social Security numbers or email addresses cost?
Press "Calculate" to see what a breach could cost you! Hover over any of the associated costs to learn more.

Proactive Prevention & Protection

It's been proven that a comprehensive and continuous security education program can effectively reduce phishing click rates by up to 64%. With phishing being one of the top attack methods used by cybercriminals, investing in a phishing and education program has been shown to output a 37-fold Return on Investment. If a criminal does get through? That’s when one of our vetted IT and security providers can help.

Learn “How to select the best cybersecurity company for your business”.

How Can an Outsourced IT and Security Firm Help?


Cyber criminals access your network by leveraging human error. From fraudulent emails to ransomware, security firms help you manage the threats.

Investigation & Notification

Security incident? Time to investigate exactly who and what was compromised through using a verified vendor that will help you from investigation to notification.

Crisis Management

Avoid legal ramifications. Data breaches must be reported and customers must be notified of details related to the security breach, including if their information has been compromised.

Client Trust

Avoid weakened client trust. A data breach and loss of information can weaken the relationship with clients and any potential new customers.

Why Do I Need an IT or Cyber Security Provider?

I’ve been managing my business just fine so far...

Unfortunately, staying up to date on current security trends and knowing how to best protect your business can be a full time job. By partnering with the right IT and cyber security providers, companies can focus on running their business and serving customers knowing their IT provider is protecting their business and helping them avoid the embarrassment associated with a data breach.

I'm a pretty small company, I think I can risk it.

We wish it was that easy! 64% of small to medium-sized businesses surveyed reported suffering a cyber attack. What's worse? Less than 2% believe the attack had no impact on their business. Most common hurdles after an attack? Money, time/effort, and data loss.
Underserved and Unprepared: The State of SMB Cyber Security in 2019

How do I know if I need a managed IT or security services provider?

Virus infections and malware are happening more often? Software updates and patches are more difficult? Spending more time on IT and security issues than revenue generating activities? Experienced a security breach? Worried about storing customer’s or employee’s personal information? Not backing up data? If you answered yes, then you need a cyber security expert.

Protect Your Business From
Going Out of Business

With cyber security attacks on the rise, technology becoming more complex, and companies continually going digital, guaranteeing a solid technology partner that is aligned to your business is a must.

With TechStak's vetting process already completed, finding the best fit for your company – both technically and culturally – is the easiest its ever been. The best part, its FREE for small businesses.

Let’s talk. Schedule with a TechStak adviser to get started today!