Data leaks should be managed like pest infestations

A well-built house serves one fundamental purpose: it protects humans from the elements. Overtime, however, atrophy takes its toll. Windows begin to leak in air; water finds its way around the foundation; and vermin tunnel down shelters in the cracks of building material.

Even the least responsible homeowner takes every step to prevent this from happening. You caulk the windows, patch the foundation, and call the exterminator at the first sign of trouble. The last thing anyone wants is a family of squirrels wrecking havoc in their attic over the winter, chewing on wires and devaluing their property.

Yet when it comes to cyber security, such care is not given.

Nowadays, it seems that everyone’s data is as secure as leaving food out overnight. Large scale data breaches are so frequent that we fail to tell one from the other. The question isn’t “who’s” been hacked anymore. Rather, it’s become a question of who hasn’t been hacked. Apple WhatsApp, Facebook, Equifax, Capital One, Desjardins, the list goes on and on. Sure, not all leaks affect us, and we might think that we’re safe because only our neighbors were affected. But in this case, like in many others, ignorance isn’t bliss. Medias will cover data leaks, tell us to contact our credit agency or to change our passwords and then will move onto the weather. What might have once been met with anxiety is now being met with apathy.

Data leaks seem to sprout without anyone really knowing where they come from, like squirrels. Like squirrels however, all it takes to ruin your day is one rabies-ridden runt to bite your dog or a particularly crafty critter to eat through your breaker. Once in a very long while, the resourceful rodent might even nibble through your plumbing and cause a flood throughout your house. The only thing to do when that happens is to call the exterminator, the plumber, the electrician or all of the above. You don’t care anymore about who the culprit is, you just want to fix the huge mess they’ve made and hope the damage isn’t too bad, or too expensive.


That’s why you need Evizone. Evizone serves as your first, second and third lines of defense, and the only ones you’ll need. Our state-of-the-art military-grade data protection and communications governance ensure that no one can come in and mess up your home. Critters of the two-legged and four-legged kinds. When it comes to cyber security, trust the experts and invest in fortifying, rather than fixing. Sign up for a free trial today and see for yourself!