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Streamlined Cybersecurity education, planning, assessment, monitoring, and testing

Concerned about cyber threats? Do you have systems you need to protect?

Please roll over the options below to find free, immediate help.

Free Check-Up

How well are you securing your vital data and systems now?


Security Policy

A comprehensive security policy provides your rules and strategies.



All systems and devices have vulnerabilities. What are yours?


User Education

Build an understanding of concepts, risks, and best practices.


Five Questions

Answers to these questions will give you a basic foundation.



A good security testing plan will expose issues and problems.


Create Courses

Easily build online couses covering security or any other subject.


Best Practices

Simple data security best practices that provide basic guidance.


Ready for an easy conversation about the simplest ways to protect yourself?

Let's work together to establish a flexible, common-sense security framework to protect your data and your business. It shows management that you are taking action to reduce risks. Identify and address your potential vulnerabilities before you experience a devastating data breach.

Take the first step and arrange your free, no-obligation, Confidential Security Assessment. Let's find your danger areas.

Interested in some simple Best Practices to keep your data and systems safe? Grab our summarized Seven Best Security Practices white paper. These are really common-sense.

Get a high-level idea of where you stand with our simple one-page Data Security Check Up Questionnaire

Your Formal Security Policy ...

Why do you need a documented, complete Data Security Policy?

  1. It reduces the chances of a data breach, system hack, or privacy violation by mandating better practices, processes, monitoring and user education.
  2. It demonstrates to management and stakeholders that you have taken action to protect vital data and enhance your system security.
  3. It provides a road map of what protections and technology are in place, and which could be considered as added security measures.

Security Managers and security planning.

Did You Know ...

  • Web servers and other public-facing systems face a completely different set of threats than end users and individuals?
  • Employees, and their interactions with the outside world, represent your most significant and diverse threat profile?
  • Virus protection is a tiny sliver in the vast array of tools available for your protection?
  • A completely different set of tools and techniques are deployed for Application Security and for Data Security?
  • Security planning can be broken down into Network, Data, Mobile, and Physical security policies?

Security Managers and security planning a good course.

Let's talk about ...

  • The four types of cyber attacks, and how to defend yourself against each.
  • The single most likely root cause for successful attacks and data breaches.
  • Where you will get the most “bang for your buck” when making tough decisions about where to place your defensive resources.
  • The most common mistake a company makes when seeking better data protection and system security.
  • Which security measures constitute Good, Better, and Best as far as protection strategies.
  • Your data security concerns and experiences.

Security Managers and CISOs are just part of the picture.

What You Can Do Now

Security Managers and security planningcompleting a good course.

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