You have IT in house ?
Maybe engaging an MSP ?

Don’t gamble with cybersecurity. 3rd party assessments offer peace of mind, ensuring a dedicated cyber security-focused team continuously evaluates your work and your business assets for vulnerabilities.

Compliance as a Service (CaaS)

Achieve and maintain compliance with the growing range of increasingly complex and wide-ranging operational requirements mandated by government agencies, industry certification authorities, and others.
Dramatically reduce the burden of complying with expanding mandates.

Regulatory Compliance

You may have a serious compliance issue and not know about it until it's too late.

Compliance Standards

Why Third-Party Recurring Security Assessments

Hackers are 100% focused on looking for vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and weaknesses.

Doesn’t it make sense that you would also have someone 100% focused on finding those vulnerabilities reviewing your network?

Recurring third-party security assessments give you the peace of mind knowing a team that is 100% security focused is double checking your tools, configurations, and behaviors looking for weaknesses.

They say, “you can’t proofread your own work” – the same holds true for cyber security.

Why perform a recurring assessment? Just performing one assessment isn’t enough. Hackers are constantly coming up with new ways to break into networks. This leads to new vulnerabilities constantly being discovered.

Addressing network vulnerabilities is a moving target that requires constant vigilance. In 2022, 26,448 vulnerabilities were reported in the software that runs the computers you use every day (a 31% increase from last year).
That’s over 55 new vulnerabilities per day. It’s a full-time job keeping up.

Compliance Managed IT Cyber Security Denver
Compliance Managed IT Cyber Security Denver

Do you Use a Password Manager?

We have been using 1password for over a decade, and is the one go to password manager we recommend.

We don’t just talk the talk. When we say we use secure passwords, we mean we really are using secure passwords to protect sensitive information.

I know it’s a temptation, but don’t write down or store passwords in an unencrypted format. It may surprise you
to learn this, but using the password storage features that are built in browsers like Edge, Chrome, and Firefox
are about as secure as writing them on your forehead.

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