From security assessments to DDOS mitigation, ARG can help you find a solution to protect your organization from cyber threats.
With DDOS attacks and breaches in the news daily, security is top of mind across organizations. ARG spent 2016 doing what we do best, vetting and evaluating the rapidly changing marketplace to determine who provides the most comprehensive and effective suite of security services.
We have partnered with a range of providers to address the entire spectrum of cybersecurity needs. We can provide multiple options and real world feedback on our clients' experiences working with these vendors. ARG can bring the right resources to the table to help augment your existing security posture (IDPS, SIEM, DDoS attack prevention and mitigation, etc) all the way through completely outsourcing your Security Operations Center to incorporate your existing tools and make it much easier for your team to digest and respond to alerts.
From the largest enterprise, to the single location business, ARG is positioned to be your advisor and work with you and an appropriate security service provider to meet your specific cybersecurity needs. As Security continues to become more complex to manage, we are here to help at no cost to you.
Cybersecurity is the most important IT priority. ARG is here to assist you in making the best decision for your company.
Once you've assessed your current state, you are ready to dive into strategic cybersecurity planning with a focus on business drivers and needs.
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