Who We Serve

We specialize in cybersecurity for small and medium organizations (SMO).

We are the right fit for any SMO that does not have full-time cybersecurity personnel. There are three main categories of SMOs:

CATEGORY A

“I am too busy running my business and I don’t understand this cybersecurity stuff so I haven’t done much regarding cybersecurity. I am counting on my IT provider to help me. I simply do not have cybersecurity expertise in-house. I am hoping I won’t be hacked”

You are in desperate need of help and need to get started! You are a hacker’s dream come true! There are a number of simple, but key actions that you should take now to get on a path to a dramatic improvement in your cybersecurity health.

CATEGORY B

“I am concerned about cybersecurity attacks, but I do not have enough expertise in house. I am uncertain how much my current vendors can help, and I don’t fully understand what these vendors are telling me. I am not sure how to fill out the cybersecurity insurance application and I don’t know if I filled out the last application correctly. I know I need help and want to improve my protection to an acceptable level.”

We can help you understand cybersecurity, develop a prioritized plan of action, and help fill out those complex cybersecurity insurance forms. You will have a dedicated cybersecurity professional who can speak in plain language supported by deep and experienced cybersecurity expertise.

CATEGORY C

“The risk of a cyberattack is real. If we get hacked, that attack could potentially put us out of business. I have internal expertise and/or I already have a good IT vendor relationship. These IT resources have done good work improving our cybersecurity health; but they also have other responsibilities. I must do more to prevent a cyberattack given how much is at stake. I would benefit from dedicated cybersecurity expertise.”

Good work so far. We can provide you with a prioritized plan and implementation support from people who only eat, sleep and live cybersecurity. We can help you sleep better at night and focus more on your core business.

SensCy has expertise, products, and services to help all three of these scenarios.

Who We Serve

We specialize in cybersecurity for small and medium organizations (SMO).

We are the right fit for any SMO that does not have full-time cybersecurity personnel. There are three main categories of SMOs:

Hover over the Category that best describes you to see how we can help.

Category A

“I am too busy running my business and I don’t understand this cybersecurity stuff so I haven’t done much regarding cybersecurity. I am counting on my IT provider to help me. I simply do not have cybersecurity expertise in-house. I am hoping I won’t be hacked”

Category A

You are in desperate need of help and need to get started! You are a hacker’s dream come true! There are a number of simple, but key actions that you should take now to get on a path to a dramatic improvement in your cybersecurity health.

Category B

“I am concerned about cybersecurity attacks, but I do not have enough expertise in house. I am uncertain how much my current vendors can help, and I don’t fully understand what these vendors are telling me. I am not sure how to fill out the cybersecurity insurance application and I don’t know if I filled out the last application correctly. I know I need help and want to improve my protection to an acceptable level.”

Category B

We can help you understand cybersecurity, develop a prioritized plan of action, and help fill out those complex cybersecurity insurance forms. You will have a dedicated cybersecurity professional who can speak in plain language supported by deep and experienced cybersecurity expertise.

Category C

“The risk of a cyberattack is real. If we get hacked, that attack could potentially put us out of business. I have internal expertise and/or I already have a good IT vendor relationship. These IT resources have done good work improving our cybersecurity health; but they also have other responsibilities. I must do more to prevent a cyberattack given how much is at stake. I would benefit from dedicated cybersecurity expertise.”

Category C

Good work so far. We can provide you with a prioritized plan and implementation support from people who only eat, sleep and live cybersecurity. We can help you sleep better at night and focus more on your core business.

SensCy has expertise, products, and services to help all three of these scenarios.

SensCy Helps SMOs

  • Professional firms – accounting, legal, insurance, consulting

  • Healthcare – medical practices, dentistry

  • Manufacturers

  • Construction, engineering, architecture

  • Retail, hospitality

  • Local government – municipalities, townships, counties, courts

  • Education institutions – daycares, schools, colleges

  • Non-profits

  • Anyone else – if you have an electronic device, you are at risk.

Preparing for Cyberattacks

What each of these organizations have in common is that they are responsible for sensitive data. This data can be personal, client, employee, financial, strategic, intellectual property, or confidential material. If you have this kind of data, you are a target and you may be next.

SensCy will engage with the following people who should have a vested interest in the cybersecurity of their SMO

We provide executive briefings in plain language to the following in your SMO:

Owners/Shareholders

CEO/President

CFO/Controller

We are pure cybersecurity and we augment the following in your SMO:

Internal IT Staff

Managed Service Providers (MSPs)

Effective policy, training and awareness are key to the cyberhealth of your business, we help:

Human Resources

Your Employees

A sensible approach to cybersecurity not only protects your SMO from a cyberattack but prepares you to respond should an incident occur

“We received an email from an employee asking for a payroll direct deposit change. The form and email both looked legitimate. Had it not been for the training our staff had received on how to identify fakes, the form would have been processed and the money would have been gone.”

Michigan Small Business Owner

We help organizations that:

  • Are concerned about cybersecurity attacks
  • Have interest in improving their cybersecurity/resiliency
  • Are frustrated with the complexity of cybersecurity
  • Do not have dedicated cybersecurity staff
  • Don’t know where to start

What are the Consequences of a Cyber Attack?

  • Your data is wiped out or corrupted

  • Your data is sold on the Dark Web

  • Your data is held hostage until you pay – Ransomware!

  • Critical information about your customers and suppliers is comprised

  • Your business is shut down by the attack and during a long recovery period.

  • Your business reputation is severely damaged since you have been closed down or you have lost the trust of your customers

  • You incur tens of thousands of dollars of expenses just to reestablish normal operations

Consequences of a Cyber Attack

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