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Confidence as a Service™
Welcome to North Bridge, your premier partner in cybersecurity and compliance management. Our team of experts is dedicated to helping businesses and individuals protect their sensitive information and assets from cyber threats.
We offer a range of services, including data privacy, IT compliance, and cyber risk management, to ensure that our clients are safeguarded against cyber attacks and regulatory penalties. Let us help you secure your digital world and give you peace of mind.
Offering a comprehensive range of services to provide and manage professional services to the SMB market from Help Desk and Security Awareness Training to Cyber Risk and Compliance Management, North Bridge tailors our services to meet the precise needs of our clients.
Cyber Risk Management
Do You Have a False Sense of Cyber Security?
There are many common misconceptions about cyber crime and cyber security that can lead business leaders to believe they are fully protected and have a false sense of cyber security.
Are any of these misconceptions part of your thought process?
FBI Release: 2020 Internet Crime Report
The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center has released its annual report. The 2020 Internet Crime Report includes information from 791,790 complaints of suspected internet crime—an increase of more than 300,000 complaints from 2019—and reported losses exceeding $4.2 billion. State-specific statistics have also been released and can be found within the 2020 Internet Crime Report and in the accompanying 2020 State Reports.
The top three crimes reported by victims in 2020 were phishing scams, non-payment/non-delivery scams, and extortion. Victims lost the most money to business email compromise scams, romance and confidence schemes, and investment fraud. Notably, 2020 saw the emergence of scams exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic. The IC3 received over 28,500 complaints related to COVID-19, with fraudsters targeting both businesses and individuals.