Security and Risk Management

Protecting Your Assets

September, 2014

Security breaches—whether data or physical—take their toll on profits, morale, and reputation. While numbers vary widely, the Ponemon Institute (known for its research on privacy and security issues) estimates that data breaches cost just under $190 per compromised record. You’re probably doing the math on your own organization as you read this—those numbers add up quickly. That’s just for data. As you might imagine, physical security breaches can wreak equal or greater havoc.

That’s why it’s critical that you partner with qualified companies that can not only help navigate the rough waters of a breach but also help prevent one altogether. When it comes to security and risk management, you’ll meet the state’s finest organizations in the pages that follow.

Cyber Attacks Don’t Discriminate

Hawaiian Telcom Protects All Businesses of All Sizes

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Dave Morris
Sr. Manager, Product Management, Managed Services

With big names like Target and Neiman Marcus making recent headlines, it may seem like only big businesses are victims of data breaches, but this isn’t the case. For every breach at a major company, there are numerous attacks on smaller businesses; no company is immune to cyber crime.

Why is there such a growing threat? Businesses are increasingly using different platforms and environments, including cell phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers, often with multiple devices per user. Therefore, an effective cyber security strategy needs to protect data within a multitude of platforms and environments where applications and data may be highly virtualized.

That’s where Hawaiian Telcom’s Multi-Security Bundle comes in. It protects companies of all sizes from intrusions before their networks are compromised and provides automatic web content and URL filtering.  Plus their security experts provide 24/7 monitoring to keep your data safe.

Hawaiian Telcom’s security experts are offering a free data risk assessment with no obligation to buy and they will throw in a  3-month free promo as well. Ignoring IT security could cost your company financially and damage your reputation in the business community. When it comes to your most important asset, your business data, don’t let your guard down. Be proactive and protect it with the ultimate security: Hawaiian Telcom’s Multi-Security Bundle.

Visit hawaiiantel.com/protect to learn more.

Hawaiian Telcom
(808) 643-0939
1177 Bishop Street, Honolulu, HI 96813
hawaiiantel.com/protect

 

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Safety Systems Hawaii is the island’s leading supplier of safety equipment and supplies. They have helped Hawaii work safely for over 43 years. Safety Systems’ large local inventory, knowledgeable sales staff, commitment to training and commitment to customer service have earned them the reputation of being Hawaii’s “go-to” safety supply company. The company serves the construction, industrial, hospitality, government, military, health care, and transportation industries. Safety Systems goes the extra mile to provide customers with helpful information, education and product selection. Safety Systems prides themselves on the large selection of products they sell and knowing how to use them safely.  Additionally, the company offers training courses and educational programs to help broaden worker and employer knowledge on the recognition, avoidance, and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace. Courses cover such topics as the proper use of AEDs, CPR, First Aid, and Jobsite Safety, just to name a few. Some courses also offer certification.

The company’s state-of-the-art sign division manufactures a wide range of both permanent and temporary road and highway signs. The sign division has the in-house capability to produce large format vinyl signs, silk screened, plastic and metal name plates as well as decals.

Safety Systems is the largest traffic control services company in Hawaii. Its traffic control division provides services to the Hawaii Department of Transportation, local government agencies, utility companies, along with large and small construction companies. The company has the largest rental fleet of message and arrow boards on the island.

No job is too small or too large for Safety Systems and Signs Hawaii!

 
Safety Systems and Signs Hawaii
(808) 847-4017
663 Kakoi Street, Honolulu, HI 96819
www.safetysystemshawaii.com

 

Access

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Chris Harris
Regional Vice President– Pacific

Security is key to a well-designed, well-maintained records and information management program. When choosing a company to provide these services, your due diligence in the selection process should include a thorough investigation of the company’s history and track record, but perhaps most importantly, your colleagues’ assessments of the partnership experience. Similarly, is the company fully accredited by the leading industry organizations having achieved NAID Certification and PRISM Privacy+ designations?

Access provides the very best off-site safety and security based on more than ten years of experience in providing comprehensive information management services. In addition, Access is Hawaii’s leader in offering plant-based destruction and mobile shredding services as required both by various government regulations such as FACTA, HIPAA and sound business practices.

Taking your security protection to a new level, Access Breach Reporting Services mean you are shielded from the headache and hassle of the many legal requirements to report the loss or breach of personally identifiable information to an ever-increasing number of authorities.

A fully-integrated, comprehensive and secure records and information management program – provided by a trusted partner that so many local businesses and organizations will gladly validate – that’s how you’ll find the peace of mind you need today.


Access Information Protected
(808) 673-3200
91-238 Kauhi Street, Kapolei 96707
www.informationprotected.com

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