Fast Fixx can help you identify your company's IT security gaps. We'll respond rapidly to cyber attacks.
There is more cybercrime today than ever before – and small and medium-sized businesses are becoming more of a target as more cybercriminals realize SMBs lack the necessary security resources to protect their data and systems.
Businesses require customized IT security plans that can adapt to new digital threats before they become reputational disasters.
If IT security plans aren’t updated in a few years, they’ll be unprepared to deal with the dynamic threats wreaking havoc across the business world.
Fast Fixx is ready and able to provide you with the security upgrades your company requires to survive – and thrive!
Understanding where your company stands today is the first step in creating a cybersecurity roadmap.
Fast Fixx will perform a thorough vulnerability assessment to identify security gaps in your computers, network, systems, hardware, applications, and other parts of your IT environment to provide an aim analysis with actionable insights that we will use to harden your defenses.
To protect your business, we create comprehensive IT security plans and a fluid cybersecurity strategy.
Our goal is to evaluate your company and reduce risk levels and monitor your security over time.
Looking for ways to improve your security measures and controls is essential for IT security analysis planning and implementation. You should not wait until the need arises to adopt; instead, be proactive about your security today!
Millions of dollars can be lost as a result of data breaches. Don’t skimp on security only to be confronted with a disaster in a month or a year! It’s not a question of if, but of when your company will be targeted and compromised.
Our cybersecurity experts will provide you with strategic IT security plans that address today’s issues while preparing for tomorrow’s threats.
A proper cybersecurity plan is more than nice to have.
To ensure that you comply with the most recent data security regulations and consumer data privacy policies, work with a team that understands the industry-specific compliance requirements as well as the security requirements you must meet.
Our experts will perform a thorough cybersecurity audit to identify gaps in your compliance – and remediate vulnerabilities before they become compliance nightmares.
Working with our trained IT security team allows you to stay up to date on the latest regulations, avoid hefty fines, and avoid data breaches and consumer risks.
We can identify and resolve IT issues before they affect end-users by utilizing 24/7 security and proactive monitoring. Our intelligent AI-driven and human-backed network monitoring services keep track of all network, company devices, and application activity.
Our managed security solutions protect your organization from malware, insider, and external threats while ensuring that your environment runs at peak performance to avoid downtime.
Our vulnerability management scans perform a thorough inventory of your network and connected devices to identify areas that may pose a security risk.
The vulnerability scan allows each party to prioritize security risks that must be addressed right away.
We provide actionable security insights to stakeholders to foster a culture of awareness and a thorough understanding of risk levels throughout your organization.
State, federal, and industry regulations are a barrier for almost every organization, and they vary depending on the type of data collected, industry, and company size.
Our compliance experts will examine regulations specific to your market to assist you in meeting and maintaining compliance.
Our security programs relieve the stress associated with meeting stringent compliance requirements and assist you in avoiding costly data breach fines.
Security awareness training is an educational process that teaches employees about cybersecurity, best practices in information technology, and even regulatory compliance.
Employees should be trained on various information technology best practices, security, and other business-related topics as part of a comprehensive security awareness program.
These could include learning how to avoid phishing and different types of social engineering cyberattacks, detecting potential malware, reporting security threats, adhering to business IT policies, and adhering to regulatory guidelines (GDPR, PCI DSS, HIPAA, and so on).