Is Your WISP Report Ready

The IRS will fine you $100,000 for EVERY FAILURE to meet compliance standards in your WISP report

How Do I Get Started?

Check Your Perimeter with an External Security Scan

Compare Your Scan to the WISP Report Guidelines

Bring On a Security Expert to Fix It THE FIRST TIME

What We Do Next?

Set Up Recurring Security Risk Assessments

We conduct thorough risk assessments to pinpoint threats and vulnerabilities. Then, we create and execute risk management plans to mitigate those risks.

Create an Incident Response Plan

We develop and implement incident response plans for data breaches and security incidents, including notification, containment, and recovery procedures.

Start Training Your Employees

We regularly train employees on protecting client information and ensure they understand our security policies and procedures.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Please go through our FAQ to know more about our services and how we ensure the highest standards of security and compliance.

General Questions

A WISP (Written Information Security Program) Report outlines your firm’s policies and procedures for protecting sensitive information. It details the measures in place to prevent unauthorized access, data breaches, and ensures compliance with regulatory requirements.

While Drake and QuickBooks software include built-in security features, they cannot fully protect against all threats. Comprehensive protection requires additional measures such as regular risk assessments, incident response planning, and employee training to address potential vulnerabilities that software alone cannot mitigate.

Security Risk Assessments should be conducted regularly, at least annually or whenever significant changes are made to your IT infrastructure. Regular assessments help in staying updated with evolving threats and maintaining robust security measures.

Join Us for Lunch!

Knowledge is key to effective cybersecurity. Our Cyber Security Awareness training educates your team on the latest threats and best practices, empowering them to act decisively and securely against potential risks. Informed and vigilant employees are your first line of defense.