Security isn’t something you buy. It’s something you do.
Like any change, improving security is hard. But it’s important to remember that security is not something you buy, it is something you do. Success comes from cultivating a cybersecurity culture at your organization.
At iT1, we will help you achieve this through a holistic approach to security that encompasses infrastructure, process, and personnel.
Our security practice offers a full range of services designed to meet you where you are in your journey and help you review and measure success along the way.
Assess Your Risk
Understand where you are today. Create the right vision
and priorities for tomorrow.
Create a foundation for your security program using iT1’s Security Risk Assessment as your starting point. From there, we will help recommend the right mix of services such as vulnerability scans, penetration testing, compliance assessments, and PCI readiness assessments that correspond to your organization’s unique needs.
Build a Secure Infrastructure
Design a secure architecture. Protect the key infrastructure
components of your business.
It is often said that defense is in depth. Building a secure infrastructure requires creating multiple layers of defense aligned with your business processes and personnel.
Our services address infrastructure security on-prem, in the cloud, at branch offices, and with your mobile workforce.
SECURITY ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT
Securely Monitor and Manage
Security knowledge gap and resources a problem? Not anymore.
iT1 supplies a world-class team of IT experts to monitor your environment 24/7/365. In addition to security monitoring, our services include Managed Firewall, ManagePhishing, and services for PCI Compliance.
Cisco’s 2019 Threat Report
The 5 biggest threats to plan for this year.
Cisco’s newest report names Emotet, a trojan involved in malware detection; VPNFilter, a modular Internet of Things (IoT) threat; unauthorized Mobile Device Management; cryptomining, and Olympic Destroyer, an example of destructive cyberattack campaigns, as important for the attack trends they represent in 2019.