Network Security Risk Assessment

Keep your internal hardware safe. Have us run a network security audit.

of companies believe their IT department is not sophisticated enough to handle an advanced cyber attack.

Million is the average cost of a data breach.

increase in Ransomware attacks in 2020.

Every 11 seconds, a company falls victim to a ransomware attack.

What is Network Security Risk Assessment?

Our Network Security Risk assessment is a service in which we assess your network hardware and determine security vulnerabilities. We discover what information is vulnerable, and then give you a plan to mitigate your risk.

Network Security Risk Assessment Plans Include

1 hour initial discussion

We discuss your focus points, your areas of concerns, and your initial questions, and the type of PIF that your company manages.

Onsite Installation Visit

Allows us to install our monitoring and assessment tools on each device we are scanning, and allows us to configure scans to analyze risks and vulnerabilities.

Scanning Devices

As previously mentioned, we scan servers, workstations/laptops, and mobile devices. All of these areas are resources that a criminal might want to target for stealing your information.

Server Assessments

At iPoint, we believe that servers should be scanned frequently, as they possess the greatest security risk to your network. Servers often contain information that is critical to your company, and we therefore go the extra mile to protect them.

Workstations / Laptops Assessments

For both remote laptops, and in-office workstations, it is very important to protect them, because they are crucial to your work. Often times, users save data to their local hard drive to work on offline. This can pose a threat to your company’s network and technology assets, which is why we include them in our assessment process.

Mobile Devices Assessments

Any device that is used for your company’s work can be used against your company, and cell phones and tablets are no exception.

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Network Packages

All of our individual networking services are “pay as you go”, meaning no contracts, prepaid services, or minimum support hours required. You can cancel anytime with 30 days notice.

However, if you prefer to bundle your services together for some overall savings, we also offer the below packages on an annual-contract basis. Pricing starts at $299.00 per month. Contact us to find out more!

Standard Small Business Package

  • 1 server and up to 5 PCs/users
  • 2 hours of network services per month
  • Network Monitor service for servers, desktops and workstations
  • Remote Backup Service - Unlimited online backup storage

Plus Small Business Package

  • 1-2 Servers and up to 20 PCs/users
  • Up to 4 hours of network services per month
  • Network Monitor Service for desktops, work stations and up to 10PCs
  • Remote Backup Service - Unlimited online backup storage

Professional Business Package

  • Up to 4 servers and 50 PCs/users
  • Up to 8 hours of network services per month
  • Network Monitor Service for servers, desktops, and workstations
  • Remote Backup Service - Unlimited online backup storage

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Sure! One of the biggest mistakes we see businesses use are weak passwords. A strong password should be at least 16 characters, and include all of the following: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters (such as !@#$%^&*()_+-=).

It is also important to have employee access permissions intentionally set, because not every employee needs access to all of your company’s information – especially if your company handles personal identifying information, such as social security numbers, driver’s license numbers, financial information, medical records, or criminal history. Your network should be set to deny access to this type of information to everyone who doesn’t absolutely need access to complete the tasks in their job description. There you go, free advice! For more, please book a consultation.

As of right now, iPoint does not offer phishing simulations or simulations of other attacks. These are often used to determine if employees know what the best practice is for maintaining security in their environment.