For a limited time, get a free IT Assessment from Ecessa and JDL Technologies
With cybercrime and ransomware attacks at an all-time high, a periodic IT Assessment is important to identify security risks and opportunities to improve your IT environment. You want to ensure your systems are running optimally and you are averting ever increasing cybersecurity attacks. With the help of our business partners, Ecessa is expanding its services to help you uncover the good, the bad and the truly ugly parts of your IT environment – and recommend improvements.
Through July 31, 2021, get a free IT Assessment* from Ecessa and JDL Technologies. Complete and submit the form to schedule your free, no-obligation assessment today! Scroll down for more details.
Non-Intrusive IT Assessments
In most cases the scans are completed in well under an hour. Our assessment team gathers data in a safely encrypted file and leave no traces of our activity.
We use specially designed algorithms to uncover and assess threats to your network. Your risk score allows you to prioritize the remediation of individual issues and measure network health over time.
Network Health and Resiliency
Internet outages are frequent among all service providers and even carriers with the best reputations can’t prevent a backhoe from cutting a fiber optic link. Our experts examine your network to identify areas of vulnerability, from connectivity and bandwidth allocations through security.
How does an IT Assessment work?
- Meeting: We meet with you to better understand your systems and answer your questions.
- Scanning: We run our non-intrusive scans of your network.
- Reporting: A concise, meaningful report is produced for your company to review.
- Reviewing: We meet with you to review risks and offer our recommendations.
It’s just that easy!
*This offer expires July 31, 2021. This assessment is not a Cloud Assessment or a Compliance Assessment and is not intended to satisfy HIPAA, SOC2, FINRA or any other compliance requirements. Qualifying organizations will have 25 or more technology users.