You have a target on your back.
We all do. From the largest corporations to the youngest children, our personal data, financial info, and even our very identities are targets for hackers and cybercriminals. Small businesses are quickly becoming prime targets for cybercrime as they typically have fewer, less sophisticated security mechanisms in place to protect themselves. With new threats appearing every day, businesses of all sizes need to start thinking about when they have a security breach – not if. But you don’t have to be an easy target. Just as you’d lock your doors and avoid walking through an unfamiliar neighborhood at night, our Cybersecurity Assessments will help make sure you have the technology and policies in place to deter the common cyberthief and quickly recover from an attack or catastrophic event.
Find Your Weak Spots Before the Bad Guys Do
Some of the most devastating cyberattacks in history, including the Equifax data breach and the WannaCry ransomware outbreak that crippled the U.K.’s National Health Service, began with unpatched software. With a few simple clicks, attackers can exploit unpatched or out-of-date systems to bypass firewalls and anti-virus software and compromise your entire network. Our Cybersecurity Assessments find and score these vulnerabilities according to the level of risk they pose to your business.
Sometimes the best defense is a good offense
Cybercriminals are more sophisticated that at any point in the past, and are increasingly well funded and equipped. Combatting modern threats requires the ability to think like an attacker. Your cybersecurity assessment will be performed by a Certified Ethical Hacker, (CEH), someone trained in using the same offensive hacking tools and techniques as the bad guys. We use this knowledge to help strengthen your defenses against real-world attacks.
World-Class Security at Small Business Friendly Prices
Our Cybersecurity Assessments are based on recommended best practices from some of the most respected cybersecurity entities in the world, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF) and the Center for Internet Security’s Top 20 Security Controls (CIS Top 20). These are the frameworks that global enterprises and government agencies use to protect themselves, and we’ve adapted the most critical elements of these programs to fit businesses of all sizes.
- We’ll look at the current state of your devices and test for common vulnerabilities like out-of-date operating systems or unpatched applications.
- We’ll inspect the traffic on your network and look for points of weakness and signs of an existing attack.
- We’ll review your business policies and procedures in order to identify potential threats.
- We’ll review your backup and disaster recovery procedures to make sure you can quickly recover from an attack.
You’ll receive a detailed report of what we tested and what we found, along with personalized recommendations tailored to both your business and your network.