Partners and Clients Are Asking About Your IT Security
Your clients and future partners don’t want a breach at your company to turn them into headline news. Increasingly, businesses are asking for information about your security and overall IT posture and asking for Business Associate Agreements before they’ll work with you. Our matrix quickly proves your security and compliance meet their standards. It will also show the steps you’re taking to continually improve your IT environment. With this information, you can bid on new contracts and reassure clients you care about their security.
Other types of IT Assessments we offer include:
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Get Tailored Recommendations to Advance Your Business
With a Technology Assessment from Diamond IT, we evaluate your IT environment using our unique assessment matrix. You’ll get a report that outlines potential risks and recommendations, tailored to your business needs and compliancy requirements. This report will allow your organization to enhance the technology you already have and set priorities to improve your IT posture immediately.
Find out if you’re secure
Is your current IT department delivering a reliable and secure solution? How do you know you need a penetration test? Stop wondering if you have the right protections in place, and quickly gain insight into how secure your organization really is and what needs to be improved. We’ll identify any critical steps in your security plan that you might be missing, like breach detection and Dark Web scans, and prioritize your next steps.
We take your specific risk profile into account, so you know exactly which steps require immediate action and why it matters. Then we prioritize our recommendations based on your current IT environment, budget and needs.
Advice from trusted experts
Our assessment draws from decades of training and experience as a security-first organization. Our team includes a deep bench with Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSP), Certified Ethical Hackers (CEH) and senior cybersecurity analysts. All reviews are conducted and delivered by seasoned Chief Technology Officers (CTO) and Chief Security Officers (CSO).