Stop attackers in their tracks! We will help your business build a proactive protection plan that fits your unique needs. We can also test your current defenses through vulnerability scans and penetration tests.
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A security incident is defined by the Verizon 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report as “A security event that compromises the integrity, confidentiality or availability of an information asset.”
This means that a incident refers to any vulnerability which can allow unauthorized parties to view or change data, or prevent access to that data or system in some way. A security incident does not necessarily mean that such a breach occurred, simply that one was possible.
A data breach is defined by the Verizon 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report as “An incident that results in the confirmed disclosure—not just potential exposure—of data to an unauthorized party.”
Our definition goes further than just data exposure, but also covers compromise of any of the goals in the CIA triad (Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability).
Please visit https://www.csrps.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/2017-Ponemon-State-of-Cybersecurity-in-Small-and-Medium-Sized-Businesses-SMB.pdf to access the 2017 State of Cybersecurity in Small & Medium-Sized Businesses
Brian is the absolute best computer technician my business has ever experienced. He is a computer genius. I have been in business 17 years and can fix anything !
Excellent IT work Knowledgeable, approachable, accountable, easy to talk to. Brian knows his stuff and his experience was extremely valuable when setting up network and production elements at our church.
Great Help! Brian always makes sure that our IT issues are resolved in a timely manner. He is helpful, courteous and knowledgeable!!
Monitoring Service Support is outstanding. I have experienced a variety of issues and the response to issues have been fast and have consistently resulted in resolution of the issue(s). In addition, the monitoring service has resulted in proactive resolution of potential issues.
Prompt and effective, as usual. Thanks Brian
Best help ever! Brian is knowledgeable and trustworthy in handing issues on my computer. Problems are always resolved in a timely manner.
Brian did a great job! SD card in phone had a problem, and lost all of my wife's pictures of the kids and our family vacation, and Brian was able to recover almost everything. Many thousands of pictures, and she was greatly relieved.
My phone stopped recognizing my sd card where it stored my photos and videos. The card was corrupt. Brian was able to recover nearly all of the content on the card and restored it all onto a new card. His service was professional and he was considerate of the inconvenience of being without a phone while he assessed the situation and backed up my phone. The cost was reasonable. I would definitely call Brian again and I recommend him.
Brian is great! When he was with another company and they closed their doors, I was sad. Not anymore! I stalked him on the internet until I found him again and now my computer is happy again. And so am I. Thank you for your great service!
Problem fixed I had a problem concerning a possible e-mail hack. The problem was addressed quickly and effectively.
Superb service as usual from Brian, timely, knowledgeable and solves the most vexing problems!
You are the best!!!!!!!
Great help solved the issue.
Best Help Ever! Brian always solves our technology problems in a timely manner! Always so calm and patient which is so appreciated when you are frustrated with technology. So appreciate his great work ethic!
Always helpful! As always, Brian is helpful, gets the problem solved and does it with such a calm and pleasant manner!
5 Star Experience I contracted this firm regarding the security of my two businesses. Both deal with online websites which need to be locked down and secured. I am also in the technology industry and am used to dealing with support from different vendors. Brian was a class act and at the end of our remote session I felt much more confident in my networks and the security measures/ best practices we currently have implemented. Thank You Brian for all you do.