Your company is like an island of safety – until you connect to the internet. Then it’s as if you’re doing business in a sketchy, crime-ridden neighborhood. Obviously you have to be connected, so we take a hard look at where your company is at risk, then set about bridging gaps and reinforcing your boundaries. Awareness is the first step to improving security standards throughout your business. Let us give you a clear vision and a robust strategy to follow.
Get a true picture of your security landscape with a cyber security risk assessment (CSRA) performed by knowledgeable cyber security experts. Awareness is the first step to improving security standards throughout your business, and a risk assessment can provide the insight you need to make informed decisions.
Know your business is protected against threats.
We create a clear path to safeguarding sensitive data and your company’s welfare.
Security isn’t a one-time endeavor. We stick with you and ensure your coverage, with no surprise fees.
We provide a list of your vulnerabilities and risks, and their potential for damage.
We take the necessary actions to resolve vulnerabilities and strengthen security.
Our risk assessment includes providing recommendations for improving existing IT systems and compliance with laws and regulations.
Our team provides a strategy for ensuring your business can withstand attacks and disasters.
Their pricing makes it simple to budget for IT expenses. We appreciate not seeing unexpected fees on our monthly bills.
—Abe F., IT manager, agricultural company
We rely on Blue Light and have used them for many years. They are very professional and easy to work with. Highly recommend.
—David G., COO, real estate company
Our previous IT company just didn’t give us the support we needed. The people at Blue Light respond fast when we ask for help.
—Tim A., CEO, accounting firm
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From weak passwords to open ports, poor network security, outdated devices and software, and more, there are many potential ways criminals can use exploits through cyber-attacks to gain unauthorized access to a business.
Not signing up for a security risk assessment today could cost you a great deal.
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