Unfortunately, That Excuse Doesn’t Replenish Your Bank Account, Resolve A Data Breach Or Erase Any Fines And Lawsuits.

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That day when your bank account or credit card is compromised…
Or that day when your customers’ private lives are uprooted.

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Tip # 5: If hit with RANSOMWARE that says: “Pay $2,000 or we will delete your files” — DON’T PAY! Do THIS instead to sidestep their evil ways.

Tip # 19: Do you accept credit cards online? If you answered “Yes”, but you neglect this KEY STEP, you may get FINES, FEES and even SUED!

Tip # 28: Why make a hacker’s job EASIER? Do THIS to your usernames — It’s like a wall of steel.

Tip # 15: How you swipe your debit card determines if you are at SERIOUS RISK for theft or completely safe. Protect your accounts with this simple, speedy tip.

Tip # 18: Far too many businesses have firewalls that are USELESS! Yours might be too unless you take the time to do THIS frequently.

Tip # 47: Have a remote login when working on the road? YOU may unknowingly be inviting a VIRUS into your office, unless you take this action.

Tip # 10: If you don’t take THIS RARE but IMPORTANT step when you get a brand new PC, it could spell the DEATH of that PC (and your files) in a matter of months!

Tip # 8: Every day people TRY to get on Facebook or Twitter and get more than friend updates — They get dangerous viruses and malware instead! This 6-second action ELIMINATES this common risk.

Tip # 29: What’s worse than getting your laptop stolen? Giving that thief access to ALL of your files. Well, take this simple step to breathe easy about your files.

Tip # 12: Over 7 MILLION Dropbox accounts have been HACKED! Use these rarely used precautions before jumping on ANY file-sharing applications (Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, etc.)

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As an employee with PHC, NCITE is very helpful not only in my position, but for the company as a whole. When we send in a ticket for help, NCITE is very organized and helpful. They never make you feel like any question is a dumb question. The response time is great. The staff even follow up if we seem to have a problem and make sure it is taken care of. This is a very professional company. 
April Poole – Director of Clinic Operations
Primary Healthcare Centers
To start with NCITE helps me sleep at night knowing that they are taking care of our files in case something happens. I’m not a computer/IT person so I have to trust that our IT company has “our back” per say. Over the years I feel that we have developed that relationship. No matter how crazy my questions might be, no one there has ever made me feel less or talked down to me. I like that NCITE isn’t so big that I get a stranger or different person every time I call. They all know me by name. 
-NCITE keeps up with our security and notifies us when there are issues with it or possible threats. (Even looks at emails that I’m not sure if it’s a threat or not.) 
-Orders computers, printer, monitors and helps with setup 
-Manages our backup/server 
-Helps with our phone system 
-too many things to list
Gayla Williams – Office Manager/Accountant
King Industries