Free And Confidential "Level 1" Cyber Security Risk Assessment
Reveals Where Your Company Is At High Risk To Ransomware,
Hackers And Other Devastating Cyber-Attacks
When this 100% confidential Risk Assessment is complete, you will know:
- If you and your employees’ credentials, passwords and private information are being sold on the Dark Web (I can practically guarantee they are, and the information we dig up will shock you).
- IF your IT systems and data are truly secured from hackers, cybercriminals, viruses, and even sabotage by rogue employees.
- IF your current backup would allow you to be back up and running again fast if ransomware locked all your files – 99% of the computer networks we’ve reviewed would NOT survive a ransomware attack.
- IF your IT systems, backup and data handling meet strict compliance requirements for data protection.
You will also receive a hard copy of your report data so you have the information you need to take action and secure your network.
Here's how it works:
- We will schedule an initial consultation call to run through our assessment questionnaire (max. 1hr of your time).
- We will review your results and prepare your report.
- Within a week of our call, we will arrange to come to your offices to present your report.
Don’t wait to find out the hard way! Please remember that EVERYTHING WE DISCUSS AND DISCOVER WILL BE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
We are cyber security specialists. We are 100% committed to making sure businesses are protected from cyber threats. Our team of experts can ensure you get a good night's sleep.
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“Having achieved Cyber Essentials Plus, I feel confident about where we are and that we are taking the steps necessary to be secure. m3 Networks have been great at supporting us.”
– Louise Rogers, Human Resources Intelligence
“The team at m3 are very professional and are experts at what they do. Achieving Cyber Essentials has made us feel much more secure against cyber-attacks.”