Are Your Workers Bypassing Your Security Measures?

According to new research from Snow Software, “workers are heavily impacted by and invested in the technology they use every day, and those emotional ties can put them on a collision course with IT and their organization’s best interests.”

Their survey of 3,000 workers worldwide found some startling results.  While the greatest circumvention isn’t surprising – “46% of employees access personal documents on their work device without IT’s permission,” it was a bit stunning to read that “41% of global employees are going behind IT’s back to get professional software and applications.”

With this ease of allowing access into your organization, are you aware of how this has effected you?  Unfortunately, stolen company data is in high demand, and much of that data ends up on the dark web for sale.Monitoring the dark web should be part of your security strategy for companies so you can better understand the threats and risk you face.

To help organizations meet these security challenges, we invite all to attend this informative seminar. At the end of the session…

all attendees will receive the results of their organization’s dark web scan


Meeting Today’s Cyber Security Challenges

June 13th
12:00 – 1:30
Tree Pittsburgh
32 62nd Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15201


About our team:

  • Speaker: Jay Ryerse, CISSP, CTO – Jay has over 20 years of experience providing information technology and security solutions to businesses of all sizes. He works closely with organizations to provide insight and best practices for securing business networks; especially regarding the latest in vulnerability scanning, security monitoring, and advanced endpoint security solutions.  He has been named on multiple top MSP lists and earned notable industry awards and recognition among his peers.
  • Venue: Tree Pittsburgh – Tree Pittsburgh’s campus is a brand new, sustainably-designed venue along the Allegheny River in Lawrenceville. Tree Pittsburgh is an environmental non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the city’s vitality by restoring and protecting the urban forest through tree maintenance, planting, education and advocacy.