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Are you protected from a data breach?

Think cybercriminals only target big companies? Think again.

More than 75% of data breaches target small and medium sized businesses.

Cyber security is no longer relinquished to the tech industry. With cybercriminals targeting enterprise corporations and SMB’s alike, it is now front page news. A cyber-attack on a business can be crippling, resulting in detrimental costs to both finances and reputation. And its expansive reach makes it an overwhelming concept for many companies. ATC's 360 degree approach to security will reduce your risk of an attack by implementing safeguards in every facet of your business.

  • Your Employees – the #1 threat to your cyber security. Teaching them how to identify suspicious online activity and training them to protect your sensitive data.
  • Your Network. Protecting your network with VPN’s, firewalls, vulnerability scans, penetration testing, etc.
  • Your Devices. Identifying, tracking, and securing (encrypting) your employee’s devices – smartphones, USB drives, tablets and laptops.
  • Your Physical Space. Recommending how to make your office more secure, such as tracking and logging visitors and limiting access with locked doors.
  • Your Policies. Helping you to create clear and concise written policies on the use of and disposal of sensitive data.
  • Your Data. Locating, understanding, and limiting where all of your sensitive data resides.
  • Your Procedures. Implementing proper procedures to dispose of any devices, equipment, and paper records.

Protection is never 100%. But preparedness is everything. ATC will help you to reduce your risk and ensure if disaster does strike, you can manage it professionally. 

Data center security breach can have long lasting implication for an organization. It is recommended that a proactive rather than re-active approach is taken to deal with threats.  Policies and practices are implemented to counter attempts to undermine network scurity.  A comprehensive Network Threat Assessment is a must for any enterprise.  


A Network Threat Assessment can save companies a lot of time, worry, and money by determining the types of threats and levels of exposure that an organization may face during an attack. A Network Threat Assessment aids in determining threats and types of threats that an organization may face during an attack, prior to actually experiencing the attack. A Network Threat Assessment takes into account theft of information from an Internet threat (worm), remote access application (Trojan), or internal threat (insider). This assessment will describe the organizations' vulnerabilities to specific threat agents, with an analysis which examines the likelihood of an attack (risk) and the best method of prevention and mitigation (countermeasures).


ATC threat assessment assesses the nature of the threat and to what degree the vulnerabilities exist to safeguard the consequences of a loss due to an attack. We evaluate current risk profile by reviewing security policies and procedures, examine counter-measures to such threat exposures, and provide recommendations to improve overall security environment. We help in developing a custom plan to monitor and log threats to the infrastructure.


We can help you manage your network threat assessments and monitor your network against new threat types. Our team of security consultants have extensive experience in assessing, base-lining, and making recommendations against a variety of security standards and frameworks for organizations of any size. Our consultants are expert level security professionals, certified to make assessments with the designation of CISSP, CISA and CISM. Our professionals have a wide variety of experience creating, developing, and assessing against different standards and requirements for the retail industry, financial institutions, healthcare organizations, educational institutions, private companies, public companies, and for government agencies. Our professionals have determined new vulnerabilities years in advance of their release and actively monitor possible threats in the wild to ensure that our customers are properly advised on current threat activity.


When we assess your Network Threats, we evaluate network risk profile and create an overview of your network security posture. We also evaluate current security configurations and countermeasures and review your current policies, processes, and procedures related to network security. With this information, we assess and model threats in relation to current applications and resources and make recommendations for improvement of your security environment. Additionally, we assess security monitoring and logging practices and make recommendations for process improvements.

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