Cybersecurity:
One size fits none

No two businesses are alike; Different cultures, drivers, suppliers, and customers abound. Similarly, no two businesses have the same information risk profile. 

Many MSPs and MSSPs treat cybersecurity as a one-size-fits-all problem to solve. Using a fixed set of software or hardware as the singular tool by which to solve the “security” shortcomings. 

CIT takes a completely different view. We first utilize a business-led method to quantify information risk and then utilizing leading cybersecurity tools, employ overlapping security controls to detect, deter, and arrest threat actors. Behind all of the technology, we have some of the brightest minds in the industry to supply experience, insight, and intuition.

Collectively, these elements accurately quantify the risks to an organization’s information assets, prescribe the most effective controls to safeguard them, and continually test and refine the safeguards through broad industry experience and ongoing human testing.

CIT views cybersecurity as a continually evolving ecosystem. This ecosystem includes policy, tools, education, and both technical and human testing.

IT Security Starts in the Business

CIT customizes security for your business by overlapping security controls that utilize both Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to create continuously evolving and learning security.

working remaote and keeping your security practices up to date

Security isn’t One Size Fits All

CIT starts by understanding your business and then customizes cybersecurity controls tailored to your business

We’re serious about Cyber Security

At CIT, we view technology support extending from the desktop through the datacenter and into the cloud. At all points along that journey, the urgency and importance of effective cyber security controls has never been greater. We routinely publish articles and whitepapers to help our business and small government clients in their cybersecurity journey.

Check out some of the recent articles we’ve recently published relating to modern cybersecurity:

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