Understanding the threat

Your identity, credit card details, personal information, and intimate life dealings are stored in your network: on your computer and online.

This information is far easier for cyber-criminals to access than you might imagine.


What impact could an attack have?


  • Financial losses from theft of information, financial and bank details or money.
  • Financial losses from disruption to trading and doing business – especially if you are dependent on doing business online.
  • Costs from cleaning up affected systems and getting them up and running.
  • Costs of fines if personal data is lost or compromised.
  • Costs of losing business through damage to your reputation and customer base.
  • Damage to other companies that you supply or are connected to.

Who could pose a threat to these assets?


  • Current or former employees, or people you do business with. Compromising your information by accident, through negligence, or with malicious intent.
  • Out to steal from you, compromise your valuable information or disrupt your business because they don’t like what you do.
  • Business competitors. Wanting to gain an economic advantage.

What form could the threat take?

    • Theft or unauthorized access of computers, laptops, tablets, mobiles.
    • Remote attack on your IT systems or website.
    • Attacks to information held in third party systems, such as your hosted services or company bank account.
    • Gaining access to information through your staff.

    Managed Detection & Response

    Managed Detection and Response is a cybersecurity service that detects intrusions, malware, and malicious activity in your network and assists in responding quickly to eliminate and mitigate those threats.  MDR typically combines a technology solution with outsourced security analysts that is typically available only to larger businesses. SOHOtechies has packaged this service for your Small Office/Home Office.

    Security Operations Centre

    A Security Operations Center (SOC) is manned by a team around the clock, with a facility dedicated to and organized to prevent, detect, assess and respond to cybersecurity threats and incidents, and to fulfill and assess regulatory compliance. SOHOtechies SOC monitors and analyzes activity on networks, servers, endpoints, databases, applications, websites, and other systems, looking for anomalous activity that could be indicative of a security incident or compromise. The SOC is responsible for ensuring that potential security incidents are correctly identified, analyzed, defended, investigated, and reported.

    What We Offer


    The lack of safety of data is too often overlooked. Hackers target easy, unprotected systems first. They can be anywhere in the world.


    Our 24/7 Helpdesk is here to help you resolve any IT issues no matter how big, small or technical.


    We use enterprise grade backup technology usually only available to large businesses. 

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    318 W. Adams Street, #1600
    Chicago, IL 60606

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