Cybersecurity Assessment
Is Your Business At Risk?

Businesses have never been more threatened by cybercriminals. A thorough cybersecurity assessment can close vulnerabilities and mitigate your company’s risk.

Cybersecurity Assessment

Cybersecurity is all about what you know. You can’t afford to assume that your cybersecurity measures and practices are keeping you safe. A Cybersecurity Assessment will help you know for sure.

No matter how much you’ve invested in your cybersecurity, you can’t just assume it’s effective enough to protect you against cybercriminals. A key best practice for cybersecurity is to regularly test your measures to make sure they hold up in the event of an attack, and to identify any unseen vulnerabilities that are putting you at risk.

Cybersecurity Assessment By LaScala IT

Have LaScala IT assess your cybersecurity for you – as a part of our Cybersecurity Assessment services, we will take an unbiased look at your systems to determine where they may be vulnerable to external threats.

The key objective of this assessment is to find any vulnerabilities that can compromise the overall security, privacy, and operations of your network.

The only way to know, with certainty, that you are adequately insulated from being hacked is to work with a third-party IT specialist to conduct routine cybersecurity assessments. These are critical cybersecurity assessments necessary to determine whether your business is at risk.

Cybersecurity Assessment

The Value of a Risk and Vulnerability Assessment

Enlisting a professional IT managed services provider to conduct a risk and vulnerability audit provides detailed information about ways your organization could be upended by a cyber attack. In many ways, the process simulates common and heightened methods a cybercriminal might deploy to penetrate a company’s network. Strategies used to determine vulnerabilities may include the following:

Targeted Network Penetration Testing Cybersecurity Assessment

Targeted Network Penetration Testing

Server and E-File Storage Reviews

Server and E-File Storage Reviews

Cybersecurity Assessment Detection and Response Capabilities

Detection and Response Capabilities

What Does A Cybersecurity Assessment Include?

LaScala IT will comprehensively test and evaluate your IT network to provide you with a clear roadmap to leading-edge cybersecurity protocols. The cybersecurity assessment takes the following into consideration:

  • Security Measures: Our assessment will determine the strength of your current passwords, the validity of any firewalls in place, and any implementations of control lists that determine what users have access to sensitive information. By making sure these security standards are properly configured and up-to-date, your system will be that much more difficult to compromise.
  • Reliable Failsafes: Despite best efforts, even the strongest security measures can be overcome, whether it’s a data breach or an unexpected emergency on your premises. The LaScala IT team will verify that you have regular backups kept at on- and off-site locations that can be relied upon in the case of any disaster.
  • Comprehensive Maintenance: If your security measures are not updated regularly they can become ineffective quickly. In the course of our assessment, we make sure that your security settings meet industry standards, that maintenance programming is configured to operate automatically, and that any past employees have been removed from the system (a dangerous error that is often overlooked).

After completing our comprehensive assessment, we review every detail of our findings with you to facilitate the process of improving your IT security. Once the results are compiled, we can help you understand where your systems are most vulnerable, and what we would recommend to address those gaps in your cybersecurity.

Do yourself a favor and invest in your data’s security – consider a Cybersecurity Assessment to find out what you don’t know about your cybersecurity.

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