Certificate Valid for Information Security Risk Analysis for your Business. As a leading provider of Information Security services, we would like to meet with your security or compliance team and provide a health assessment of your computer network and business technology. We will analyze your network to identify vulnerabilities that could leave your organization at risk of a data breach. Depending on what we uncover, we will also make suggestions on ways to prevent unauthorized access, augment security systems, better lock down sensitive data, become more mobile and, in general, get more out of your existing technology infrastructure.
The old saying goes, “locks keep honest people honest.” It meant that a criminal who really wanted in would find a way, but that people who considered themselves honest would not be tempted to do anything out of character. That meant that we knew the type of person we needed to guard ourselves and possessions from, people with evil intentions. It might be through monitored alarm systems, cameras, or even guards, etc. That worked to an extent when criminals needed geographical proximity to commit the crime. With the internet, which was not designed to be secure but to allow and encourage collaboration, securing one’s information has become considerably more difficult and much more intense. Geographical proximity does not affect intrusion as with physical assets, though it does when employing some social engineering techniques. One of the benefits of Ron Bush Consulting, Inc. is that we can help your business stay safe and secure. We do thorough risk assessments in networked environments. We will write or update your company’s InfoSec policies and procedures, and train your employees how to keep your company safe.
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