Dean Dorton Cybersecurity offers a comprehensive portfolio of services designed to meet all your organization’s information security needs, from understanding your information security posture, building and maintaining an effective information security program, to responding to incidents.
Our services will accommodate any of your requirements, system and network architecture, business size, and scenarios.
The average cost of a data breach is $3.96 million and the average cost of a single breached record is $148.
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The chances of being struck by lightning are 1 in 960,000 but the odds of experiencing a data breach are as high as 1 in 4 in a year.
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Dean Dorton provides a variety of cybersecurity services designed to identify where your key cybersecurity risks are and how to mitigate them.
Our cybersecurity assessments are designed to provide your organization with specific information about the state of your cybersecurity posture and to validate that key controls are working as expected.
Our team of experienced information security professionals can augment your organization’s information security team or take the lead in designing, implementing, and maintaining a strong information security program on your behalf, including security awareness training.
We provide immediate and effective prevention and detection against all types of attacks, with comprehensive visibility and aggregated threat detections to accelerate threat investigation and remediation.
Cyber Incident Response
We offer cyber incident response and remediation assistance if your organization falls victim to a cyber attack.
Cybersecurity for Small Businesses
In 2018, over 43% of malware related breaches occurred in small businesses—but most small businesses don’t have the budget to afford the expertise or assessments that will help them improve their security posture. Because of this, small businesses often become an easy target for opportunistic malware threats distributed by organized cybercrime syndicates.