3N1 IT Consultants
Helping Your Organization Make Security Decisions Based on Business Impacts and Vulnerabilities
While Fortifying Your Valuable Network Infrastructure
Florida Statute 501.171
This law mandates that any company that does business in the State of Florida, from a sole proprietor to a major corporation, which acquires, uses, maintains, or stores any kind of personal data is required to have a written Cybersecurity policy and have active security measures in place. Personal information includes any Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Personal Health Information (PHI), financial, insurance, usernames, and passwords, or anything else used for login information, etc. HOA/POA's, Cooperatives, Non-Profits, Trusts, Estates, and other Associations are also subject to this law.
Attacks can be costly
of cyberattack victims are SMBs1
days to identify and contain a breach2
is the average cost of a cybersecurity incident3
Layered security can help
1. “VDBIR: Summary of Findings,” Verizon. enterprise.verizon.com/resources/reports/dbir/2019/summary-of-ﬁndings/ (Accessed December 2020).
2. “Cost of a Data Breach Report 2020,” Ponemon and IBM. ibm.com/security/data-breach (Accessed December 2020).
3. Cyber Readiness Report,” Hiscox. https://www.hiscox.com/documents/2019-Hiscox-Cyber-Readiness-Report.pdf (Accessed December 2020).
Is your business prepared to run in the event of a disaster? Most companies will go out of business with 30 days of losing business Critical Data. Can your office operate remotely in the event of a fire or natural disaster?. We can advise and assist in implementing a plan that can keep you working in the event of a business interruption.