Is Your Data Secure?
Uncover Network Vulnerabilities and Limitations Here

Diagnose the Problems you Can See—and Those You Can’t

Have you learned to live with nagging computer network problems? Or are you settling for slow speeds, high IT costs, and security issues that could land you in big trouble with clients and regulators?

For every IT problem you’ve detected, there are likely several more lurking below the surface, waiting to wreak havoc in your operation. And let’s not forget about vulnerabilities that invite hackers and viruses to steal data and halt operations.

Order your free network health assessment today. We’ll analyze your network and give you actionable advice to improve IT performance, reliability, and security.

Sign Me Up For
The FREE Assessment

Ease Your Mind with a FREE Network Assessment

person typing on a keyboardWith a network assessment from Integrated Tech, you can get answers to questions like:

  • Are your IT systems truly secured from hackers, viruses, and rogue employees?
  • Are your backups configured properly? So you can be up and running quickly after a disaster?
  • Are you unknowingly exposing your company to fines and litigation under new HIPAA/PCI data breach laws?
  • Could you utilize more efficient cloud computing technologies to lower IT costs and make it easier to work remotely?
  • Are your systems optimized for maximum speed and performance?

Our Network Performance Assessment utilizes advanced network data collection technology to identify critical network anomalies and vulnerabilities—and measure the overall health of your network environment. The assessment provides appropriate information for our engineers to analyze your network and recommend various ways of improving IT performance, reliability, and security.

The Value of a Third-Party Assessment

Keyboard with key for threat assessment

One of the most common ways hackers get into your computer system is by tricking your employees into granting them access. All it takes is one click in an official-looking email and criminals are in.

The only way to know if your system is truly secure is with a third-party assessment that uses the same methods hackers use, testing your security environment on a regular basis.

But why use a third party?

Just like it’s difficult to proofread your own work, it can be hard for your IT team to find vulnerabilities and flaws in the network they’ve built. That network may be configured correctly, but still have security issues.

When we deliver a third-party assessment, you’ll know your settings, processes, and tools are working properly. You might have a great lock on your door, but if the hinges are missing, the quality of that lock doesn’t matter. We’ll comb through your network and systems—push on all those doors—before hackers get to them.

Will Your Network Withstand Attempted Cyber Attacks?

computer hacker on a laptopGuessing won’t do. Because if you’re wrong, the consequences could be detrimental to your business. Imagine if you had to tell your vendors and clients that your network has been breached and their data is in the hands of cybercriminals. And let’s not forget having to hire costly emergency IT services, halting or limiting operations for days or weeks, the loss of precious data, lost clients, lawsuits, fines, lost capital, zero bank protection, and irreversible damage to your business’s reputation.

Find Out with Penetration Testing

You can change the conversation about cybersecurity. Statements like, “I hope it doesn’t happen” can be, “They won’t get in.”

Our penetration test, as part of your FREE assessment, will demonstrate how easy or difficult it is for hackers to gain access to your data. The “Pen Test” is a realistic demonstration of how hackers can get to that data, what they can lock down or steal, and how your users’ behavior can enable those hackers.


How the Pen Test Works:  Easy as 1, 2, 3

click icon

Step 1:
You Click on an Executable.

This will simulate what happens when a link inside an email is clicked.

loading icon

Step 2:
You Let the Executable Run Once.

This will take between five minutes and one hour (up to two and a half hours on older machines). You can go about your normal operations while it runs.

analyze icon

Step 3:
We Analyze & Present Findings.

We’ll uncover what a hacker would find in your network, including cloud drives, SharePoint, Dropbox, One Drive, and other file-sharing programs.

What the Pen Test Will Uncover

You can expect to know the status of the following after penetration testing:

  • Security Patches’ Status: Vulnerabilities from patch management issues will be uncovered.
  • Perimeter Defense: Your multilayered boundaries, intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, and firewall configurations and alarms will be scanned and tested.
  • Identity & Access Management: If your employees are using duplicate, stale, or predictable passwords for your network accounts, we’ll help you establish security best practices like multi-factor authentication, strong password enforcement, absence of default and/or shared accounts, and more.
  • Serious Data Leaks: The sensitive data in your network should be guarded because hackers regularly attack both networks and data assets.
  • Malware Defenses: We’ll measure your cyber stack to ensure it can appropriately respond to a viral attack simulation. A solution that controls the installation, spread, and execution of that virus’ malicious code will be deployed.
  • Information that Informs Your Cybersecurity Decision-Making: We’ll determine the actual state of your current cybersecurity. Is data encryption working correctly? What can hackers see in infected devices? Can your network (or one machine) withstand a cyber attack?

Almost every data breach is preventable. However, cybercriminals know that many business owners believe that because they’ve avoided incidents until now, they’re safe. Don’t fall into that trap. Order your free network security assessment today.

Are You Making it Easy for Scammers and Hackers
to Steal Your Data?

In 2021 alone, more than 22 billion files were exposed (Security Magazine). Were your files included in that number? Or is it only a matter of time?

A tool as simple as email can be a hacker’s go-to infiltration method—and it can be an open door to your whole network, including intellectual property and your client’s PII (Personally Identifiable Information). That can lead to extortion, identity theft, and ransomware attacks.


Cyberattacks are the Result of Poor Cyber Hygiene

business woman using a tabletCyber Hygiene? It’s a collection of practices that manage the most prevalent security risks. With great cyber hygiene, you’ll eliminate the root causes of most cybersecurity breaches, viruses, and ransomware. Some of the vulnerabilities addressed include inadequate backup procedures, poor password protocols, missed patches, and more.

  • Patches & Updates:  Busy business owners like you may not have time for cyber hygiene, meaning that patches and updates are often overlooked. This means key players are left with subpar cyber protection, particularly when they travel and connect to networks that aren’t as secure as they should be.
  • Whaling:  If you’re a business owner, executive, or board member, you’re a prime whaling target. Whaling is a cyber attack that’s aimed at you, specifically. After a hacker gains access to your computer or email account, fraud ensues.
  • Passwords:  It may seem impossible to remember dozens of unique passwords—and the busier you get, the more tempting it can be to use simple or duplicate passwords. This leaves doors wide open for hackers.
  • Saved Personal Data:  Data breaches don’t just happen on work computers or with business data. Your personal banking information could be cached on your personal or business computer!


Know Your Risk

In order to have the best possible cyber hygiene, answer the following questions:

  • Are your team members’ passwords weak or repeated?
  • Are computers able to connect to sites or networks without users’ knowledge?
  • Are your patch updates overdue?
  • Is a data backup overdue?
  • Could your apps need updating?
  • Are you unsure about where sensitive data is housed?
  • Are credit card and social security numbers stored on your computers?
  • Are you uncertain about what data is critical and where it’s stored?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, you need our free network assessment. Don’t delay. Every minute that passes holds more potential for a breach.

To claim your Free Network Performance Assessment, simply complete the form on this page.

After the FREE Assessment, What’s Next?

Once we have a clear picture of the state, health, and performance of your current IT systems, we’ll deliver a customized IT Optimization and cyber hygiene plan to show you how to eliminate every single nagging problem, enable your team to work faster and easier, and lower IT costs wherever possible.