Recent Breaches Stealing Your Data?

The Recent Data Breaches

We need to talk, and it’s about what you haven’t done to keep yourself safe.

Are you doing everything to avoid a data breach at your company?

Impacted By All the Recent Data Breaches?

Some of the basic things we avoid in technology can lead to loss of personal information. Especially in the current age we live in with technology…


There are 3 different steps people don’t realize avoiding, will lead to a breach.

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The 3 Secrets Lie Below...

In the past year, cyber security breaches have become a constant headline in the news cycle, and 2023 has been no exception. 

We wrote a FREE GUIDE including those 3 steps, but we want you to understand where we are coming from.

Big-name vendors such as Apple, Google, and Amazon have all experienced significant breaches, exposing sensitive data and impacting millions of users. 

However, what is often overlooked in these stories are the effects these breaches have on the employees of these companies who are also victims.

The most recent breach to hit the headlines is Apple’s.

In early 2023, hackers gained access to the personal information of millions of Apple employees, including their social security numbers, addresses, and banking information. The breach has had devastating effects on the employees, many of whom have reported identity theft and fraudulent charges on their bank accounts. Additionally, the breach has caused significant stress and anxiety for employees, who are now unsure of what information the hackers have and how it will be used.

Google has also experienced a significant breach in 2023. 

The company’s internal communication systems were compromised, and hackers gained access to sensitive employee data, including emails, calendars, and contact lists. This breach has left employees feeling violated and exposed, as personal conversations and sensitive work information have been compromised. Additionally, the breach has created a loss of trust within the company, as employees feel that their employer did not adequately protect their data.

Amazon has also been impacted by a breach in 2023. 

The company’s cloud storage service, Amazon Web Services, was targeted by hackers who gained access to customer data, including names, addresses, and payment information. While customers have been notified of the breach, the impact on Amazon employees has been less publicized. Many employees have reported feeling overwhelmed and stressed, as they are responsible for helping customers navigate the fallout of the breach.

These breaches have not only impacted the employees of these companies but have also raised larger concerns about cyber security and data protection. 

The lack of adequate protection for employee data is a serious concern, as it can lead to identity theft, financial losses, and emotional distress. Companies must take steps to protect their employees’ data, including implementing strong security protocols, educating employees on best practices for protecting their information, and being transparent about breaches when they occur.

The recent cyber security breaches at big-name vendors have had devastating effects on both customers and employees. 

The impact on employees is often overlooked, but it is essential to understand the emotional and financial toll these breaches can have. Companies must take responsibility for protecting their employees’ data and take steps to prevent future breaches. The consequences of not doing so can be catastrophic, both for the employees and the company’s reputation.

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To save you money, we first take you from your large bill into a per user pricing.

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To save you money we also have to save you TIME.

We never stop looking for ways to help or improve your business to avoid chaos like:

  1. Breaches
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  3. Ransomware

The best part? Since it’s all scalable, it’s all included. We want to be your partner in technology, not just another business transaction.