6 Things Every Small Business Needs to Know About Cybersecurity

6 Things You Need to Know About Cybersecurity

Email is a dynamic tool we use every day. From sending confidential data to executing a marketing campaign, email simply gets the job done. Unfortunately, email is also an effective tool for cybercriminals.

As a business owner, you probably don’t have the time to manage your own security, and recruiting and retaining the needed talent in-house is an ongoing challenge. How do you know which email security measures you should be taking? How confident are you that your current security strategy is enough?

At Rackspace, we’ve studied what different types of businesses need as part of their email security strategy in order to keep their business, and their clients, safe. We’ve packaged our Rackspace Email and Microsoft Office 365 offerings to come with an uptime guarantee that’s inclusive of numerous security measures ranging from email archiving, encryption, premium antivirus and antispam software, customizable controlled access to confidential files and more.

From protecting your small business from cybercriminals to assisting you in your HIPAA compliance, we have a security package for you. And as always, on top of our security offerings, our support team is available to your business rain or shine, 24x7x365.

Every business requires reliable and efficient email security and we know that one blanket strategy does not fit all. Our variety of email security offerings are purposely created to fit your business size, email needs, and industry. Not sure if your email security is as robust as it needs to be? Take a look at our checklist below to see if there’s anything you’re missing.

Want to learn more about how you can keep your email secure?  Take this quiz to see if your cybersecurity strategy makes the grade and check out our infographic for the Top Five Ways to Keep Your Email Secure with Office 365.

Kacie LaCombe leads the content marketing strategy for the Cloud Office business unit at Rackspace. She joined the company in 2014 and began working on the marketing team for Cloud Sites. After that, Kacie moved to the business operations team for Cloud Office where she had the privilege to be involved in all facets of the business from marketing content to project management.

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