Cybersecurity Services for the Modern Landscape
Proactive and reactive defense strategies to protect your business from the advancing cybercrime threats of today.
Expert Partner. Proven Solutions.
Most business owners spend too much money and time on 1-3% of cybersecurity issues and not enough on the 97% they are actually vulnerable to. Elmer, Founder of Rocky Mountain Cybersecurity, agrees, “Most people are not hearing the right story – spending money in the wrong place. BETTER to invest in that 97% where the threat actually lies rather than focusing on the 1 to 3%”.
Our targeted services keep your business’s cybersecurity infrastructure up-to-date and compliant, at prices small businesses can afford. We provide a list of solutions that put your cybersecurity spending where it has the largest impact against the biggest problems, so we can dramatically lower your actual business risk.
Our Cybersecurity Management Services
As the landscape of cyber threats changes, our services evolve to protect you against the latest and most advanced cybercrimes. We offer regular security assessments, external penetration testing, and dark web monitoring to give you the insights and tools to stay ahead of the curve. Our team is always up-to-date on the latest cybersecurity threats so we can offer you the most comprehensive protection possible to make sure your business is prepared for whatever comes next. And if you are breached, our world-class breach mitigation and forensics teams can get you through the event.
IT errors are your second biggest cybersecurity risk. We assess the security of your network by performing internal and external vulnerability scans looking for weaknesses that hackers could exploit and that your IT doesn’t know about. We provide detailed, prioritized action plans your IT will love
External Penetration Testing
To assess the security of your network, we act as an external entity and examine your public-facing internet connections for open ports and known vulnerabilities. We can provide your IT with all the information they need.
NIST Risk Assessment
The NIST risk assessment is a risk assessment based on the NIST cybersecurity framework that helps you identify, assess, and prioritize risks to your organization. The assessment covers a range of topics, including asset management, access control, incident response, and business continuity, then compares your answers with industry-specific best cybersecurity practices to offer recommendations on where you can improve your cybersecurity posture.
In the event that your organization gets hacked, Rocky Mountain Cybersecurity is your 911. We have a team of world-class forensics experts who can help you track down the source of the attack, contain the damage, and get your business back up and running as quickly as possible.
Our forensics team has decades of experience investigating data breaches, and they can narrow down exactly how the attack happened and ensure safety moving forward. We work with insurers and legal teams to investigate the breach, quarantine the environment to diagnose the problem, and support your business through the aftermath.
We Are Certified Professionals
Our CISSP certified cybersecurity specialists have been on the front lines of cybersecurity as long as malware has been around. We have the experience and expertise to help your business stay safe in today’s landscape. Our industry professionals have a wealth of experience in public and private sector organizations, so we understand the unique cybersecurity challenges your business faces and can provide tailored solutions to fit your needs. As a cybersecurity expert partner for your IT, we take on the heavy lifting of cybersecurity so you can focus on running your business. We become an extension of your team, and our goal is to make your life easier by taking care of the cybersecurity details so you don’t have to.
One Wrong Click Can Put You Out of Business
85% of all data breaches are the result of user credentials. 12% result from improper IT, an insecure database, or a known patch for a vulnerability that wasn’t applied.
The biggest cybersecurity risk to your business is your users, the second biggest risk is your IT.
The average cost of a data breach is $3.9 million, and 60% of small businesses that are hacked go out of business within six months. Even if you manage to avoid that, the damage to your reputation can be irreparable. Hackers can block you from getting access to your data, or worse; they can release sensitive customer information to the public. Don’t let a cyberattack be the end of your business— Rocky Mountain Cybersecurity has the tools and experience to help you recover and restore your data so you can get back to business as usual.