Our two risk management approaches are catered to individual needs, helping clients achieve the level of security and compliance that most fits their requirements.

The budget-focused approach is geared toward protecting against the threats of today while meeting current compliance requirements.
This approach works best for startups and small businesses (10 or fewer users).
This is the optimal approach for a business working on a leaner budget while recognizing that implementing critical controls and actions will help reduce overall risk and prevent issues from surfacing. It builds a strong foundation for more robust Risk Management in the future.
Our entry-level offerings are designed with these small businesses in mind.


The value-focused approach is designed to proactively protect against the threats of today, tomorrow, and the regulations that will follow.
The value-focused approach looks at security and compliance as the drivers of a business. Companies use this level of security as a marketing tool, an added assurance for their customers, and a way to stand out over their competition.
Our mid and top-tier plans are recommended specifically for such business needs.

Threats have to make it onto your devices somehow. The most common medium of entry is Email followed by malicious web links and USB drives. By protecting the devices that are authorized to access your systems, you are able to implement access restrictions on your sensitive systems, only allowing access by authorized devices.

This is commonly referred to as user and device authorization and it provides end-to-end protection.

Our Data Protection Plans are designed to help businesses make the transition into managed security easier by creating options affordable for any business.

All of our plans are designed to scale with you as you grow your business.

The second step to effective security is to secure your office network. While most new threats target endpoints, users, or cloud data, there are still traditional threats which target networks with exposed services or devices. A common example of this for small businesses is a Network Video Recorder (NVR). In order to be able to access your camera feed remotely, you must expose this device to the internet. Unfortunately, these devices are typically shipped with very rudimentary software with few security considerations. Implementing proper network segmentation allows you to protect the rest of your network in case a device, such as an NVR, is compromised.

Constant monitoring, alerting, and intrusion detection, along with our ability to remotely disconnect network access for compromised devices, perform clean up, and restore connectivity provide early warnings of an impending attack.

All of this can occur during business hours without any noticeable interruption to other devices on the network.
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