Top Cybersecurity Consulting Firm, Anchor Advisory of San Francisco Announces Second Post on Network Security Breach Issues

Top Cybersecurity Consulting Firm, Anchor Advisory of San Francisco Announces Second Post on Network Security Breach Issues

San Francisco, California – December 10, 2019. Anchor Advisory, the Bay Area’s leading firm for IT security services is proud to announce a second blog post in its series on cybersecurity issues. The post alerts Bay Area businesses that corporate leaders should not underestimate the abilities of internet hackers. cybersecurity consulting San Francisco CACybercriminals search for opportunities to steal sensitive company information and destroy a company network 24/7. The holiday season, in particular, might be a perfect time for hackers to seek out weaknesses in company systems while employees are out for winter break.

“Anyone traveling for the holidays knows to take extra precautions and secure their home before leaving. Criminals are opportunists and know to look for signs that show no one is home. That’s the easiest time for them to test a household’s security and attack. The same idea applies to company networks,” explained George Fu, technical director at Anchor Advisory. “Hackers are very aware that company networks get quiet around the holidays and take advantage of the opportunity. Our cybersecurity experts are here to make sure they can’t get in.”
Interested persons can review the new post from Anchor Advisory about the value of cybersecurity consulting in San Francisco, CA, by visiting the website. The post is second in a series about IT security and risk assessment. The first blog post is available at the following link Bay Area corporate leaders interested in how to keep LAN/WAN systems safe from potential hacking can learn more at the cybersecurity page.


Here is the background for this release. Company networks can experience a spike in activity from October through December. Corporate leaders might task departments with important projects due before Q4 closes. An in-house IT (Information Technology) team could be prepared to handle the added pressure until the holiday vacation. After employees leave for winter break, network use can dramatically drop off. The most significant risk to a corporate IT system could be a quiet, unoccupied building.

Cybercriminals might seize the opportunity to hack into a system when offices are empty. Executives may come back to work to find sensitive company data compromised. A cybersecurity consultant can help business leaders create a smart plan to defend an IT system against hackers. Various protocols, including cyber risk assessment, colo design, and network security audits, could identify and fix vulnerabilities.

Employees may take time off over the holidays, but IT systems can require 24/7 attention. A cybersecurity consulting team can help San Francisco, CA business networks remain secure during office closures. For these reasons, Anchor Advisory has announced a new post in a series of network safety topics.


Anchor Advisory is a best-in-class San Francisco IT consulting and information technology firm. The company’s IT experts focus on helping Bay Area businesses manage their IT needs; its managed IT services and cybersecurity consulting, and IT security services, including computer security, cyber risk assessment, and compliance readiness. For more specialized services, consultants offer cyber risk, SOC, system, and organizational control as well as FISMA / FedRamp and, of course, GDPR compliance. If a business is in San Francisco or elsewhere in the Bay Area, please give the IT consulting firm a call for a free estimate and analysis.

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