Important Information Regarding The Security of Your Business or Organization

And a helpful guide to help you
take proper steps to secure your data

We’ve made it our mission to inform you of your risks and help you take steps toward securing your business. Our goal is to give you peace of mind knowing, should an attack head toward your business, you NEVER have to pay the ransom.

Here’s how we’re working to help you.

  1. We’ve put together a helpful guide called, “10 Critical Security Steps Your Business MUST Take To Protect Against Cyber Security Threats” and we’re giving it away on this page.
  2. We’ve published additional resources to our blog and newsletter with helpful information. One example is a recent article titled, “How To Keep Your Employees From Leaking Confidential Information.”
  3. We’ve made it as easy as possible for you to take your first steps to schedule a Security Assessment for your business.

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CTSi Has Helped Us Remain On The Cutting Edge

We have worked with CTSi for over 10 years now, and they have been nothing but helpful and flexible, helping us grow. Time is money and when your computers, network, and server structure ends up saving you time, it saves you money. Not only has CTSi helped with finding us hidden savings, but they have also allowed us to maintain a tech presence that few in our area and market can or do. This is very important in our ever increasing on-demand digital world.

Jay Ehrmann IT Director / Production Artist
Boyden & Youngblutt
Fort Wayne IN

CTSi is really responsive to my needs. I would recommend them to others looking for technology help — 100%. They won't oversell you or undersell you – Just what you need.

Our technology here was very piecemeal. We were spending money on technology that was not compatible and not adequate to serve our needs. We were flushing money down the drain. We met with Tim and got a comprehensive plan that would make everything work together and enabled us to achieve the results that we needed.

CTSi made our Internet accessible throughout the church — which is awesome because… in order to grow as a church, we need to be able to use multimedia in our worship. And when people come here for meetings, they want to access the Internet. Also, we want to be able to serve the community. For example, when school is out, we want to be able to invite people in our community inside the church for an hour to allow them to use our Internet. Now that we have what we need, we can rely on our access throughout the church.

I wanted to know where we stood so we weren’t over-spending. I didn’t want to have all this work done then get a bill that was way, way, over our budget. CTSi was very good about keeping me informed on the status of our projects — letting me know when things were in the budget or when things were not in the budget.

We also chose to get antivirus software. Now we don't have to worry about malware downloading all the time. Also, we are able to have people who are out of the office do church business with our technology available online. Basically, we have modernized our technology.

I would recommend them because they are always responsive and they keep their appointments and show up when they say they are going to be there. They are there any time I have a question or something comes up.

It’s been great to work with the team. They are my friends. I really appreciate it that they never made me feel stupid. I had joked that I’m just a grandma with an iPhone, but CTSi was able to talk my language. When I didn't understand something, I felt comfortable saying, “OK. Say that to me again because I don't understand.” I was never criticized or ever felt looked down upon or talked down to.

Linda McGonagle Technology Coordinator
Grace Lutheran Church
Syracuse IN