“That’s the thing about protection; you essentially have two choices. You can prevent or you can react. One stops the problem before it starts and the other fixes the mess once it’s been made.”

Do you trust the internet?

I’m not asking whether you trust your online bank or your email server. I’m asking, as a whole, do you trust the internet?

If you are like millions of Americans, the answer is probably no, and I’m not sure I can blame you.

With a background in Psychology, I’ve spent more than a few years studying the human psyche, and if there is one thing I have learned it’s that fear is a powerful motivator. And fear of the unknown may be the most powerful of motivators.

When it comes to cyber awareness it seems there are two points of view: those who know their digital information is unsafe and choose to ignore it, and those who distance themselves from the internet because of this lack of safety.

In both cases fear of the unknown has far too much power over the decisions being made. In a sense, either way we are letting the bad guys steer the ship, and the bad guys should never be steering the ship.

As a business, it’s always important to know exactly what problem you are solving. At Hueya, we create a safe digital environment by providing the information you need to make the unknown known. If the problem is a lack of safety, Hueya solves it with information and remediation.

This is what makes Hueya different from other companies trying to sell you digital security: we provide safety now, before the problem starts.

That’s the thing about protection; you essentially have two choices. You can prevent or you can react. One stops the problem before it starts and the other fixes the mess once it’s been made.

Hueya negates problems before they arise.

So back to my original question: do you trust the internet? Give Hueya a chance. We just might change your answer.

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