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IDENTIFY - Cyber Security Assessment

Cyber criminals work tirelessly to find vulnerabilities in your business but really you need to must find them first! Mitigating risk to a level that is acceptable starts by understanding and highlighting your critical assets and being aware of the major vulnerabilities and relevant external threats.

If you don’t know what your critical assets are or where in your business is vulnerable you cannot mitigate risk effectively. This is why security assessments are a key part in highlighting these areas of weakness so they can be addressed and protected. Identifying weaknesses is something that needs to be done continuously because your business is evolving and network changes happen so being aware and having constant assessments is the first step in keeping your business safe.

It’s a vital first step to have a complete assessment of your security posture so we can understand your weak areas and what is important to the business. Once we have the information we can then build, plan and implement a security plan which sets out the “quick wins” as a priority followed by key milestones and where we would like to be in 3, 6, 9 and 12 months.

A solution for all industries

A solution that has been designed with the SME market in mind and because of the design we can offer enterprise grade solutions and services to the smaller market and while still offering an excellent service and high standards. We understand that each business face unique sets of challenges in protecting your business and what important. We simplify the complexity of cyber security so you can focus on managing your business.

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