What is YOUR RISK Level?

ima_nva_frontWell, we would all like to think it is. But, how many of us really know? When was the last time you assessed your network and looked for holes or vulnerabilities that could potentially lead to disaster. We make sure our house, office and cars are constantly locked, but what are we doing about our networks. They too need to be checked and rechecked as the environment out there gets worse and worse. The good news is that we know how to check our house, business and car. The bad news is that most of us don’t know enough about our own networks to know what to do. Way too often we rely on someone else for this and that by itself add to your risk level. Continue reading “What is YOUR RISK Level?”

Are You At Risk?

Every network is at Risk. What we do to reduce the potential of that risk turning into a breach falls on you, me or the IT guy. Simply buying stuff of the shelf, or internet, and plugging it in puts us at risk. So, first we have to understand what it is we need to do. Educate ourselves on the various risks that exist and thus allowing us to make a better determination of what we need. Many of today’s risks are simply policies and procedures that we need to follow. But, unless someone with the right background tells you, how would you ever know. So, simply knowing and understanding today’s risks immediately gives you an upper hand and better lowering your Risk Level. Continue reading “Are You At Risk?”

Is Your Network Support Solution Working For You, or Are You Working For It?

We just launched our Network Vulnerability Assessment program. It is a NO-OBLIGATION assessment of your Network. Find out just how at Risk You Are? Our goal is to educate those who take advantage of this service on what risks are out there. How vulnerable is your network. And with that solutions to tighten things up. I wish I could promise each and everyone 100% security, but we all know that that is impossible. All we can do, based on what we have and can afford is do our very best to secure our networks. Continue reading “Is Your Network Support Solution Working For You, or Are You Working For It?”