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ACE Integrates With Your Security Team

ACE multiplies the effectiveness of your security solutions by providing expert cybersecurity guidance. The more ACE integrates with your team the better understanding of the environment and faster turn around on guidance.

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Security View Architecture

A design of your secure network solution that shows how security is implemented at each phase of your solution.

Gap & Control analysis

A review of solutions that shows where there are gaps in security and if the controls implemented are actually working.

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Risk assessments are conducted to identify in a qualitative and semi-quantitative way; the risks to business process, culture, or systems.

Plan of Action 

Create a roadmap to success. Security is often an after thought and creating a plan of action milestone can show management


" Matt is a highly skilled cyber security architect with the knowledge to mange significant projects such as NGFW POC and testing and enterprise level NAC solutions. It was a pleasure to work together. I can strongly recommend Matt for your project. "

Hayden Pritchard - Deputy Director of Cybersecurity at The Cleveland Clinic


  • What types of businesses are most at risk for a cyberattack?
    You may think that big businesses with more endpoints are more vulnerable than small businesses. Or, businesses with attractive data, like financial services companies or those in the healthcare industry, would be easy targets. That’s not always the case—of course, they hold an incredible amount of data, but it’s like trying to rob the Federal Reserve gold vault versus robbing a regular Joe on the street. Bigger businesses or those that handle sensitive data typically have the technology, regulations, and processes to protect themselves from cyberattacks. ​ On the other hand, small and medium-sized businesses without dedicated IT expertise, cybersecurity technology, processes, or education are easy targets for hackers
  • What’s one of the biggest cybersecurity challenges businesses face?
    One of the biggest challenges currently facing businesses is staying educated when it comes to cybersecurity and being aware of evolving cyberthreats. ​ Most often, hackers initiate cyberattacks after finding a way to steal an employee’s username and password. We use “steal” lightly—hackers typically trick users into handing their information over. Once the hacker gains access to the system, they can sit back and wait until they have a perfect, lucrative opportunity to execute an attack. ​ With proper cybersecurity education and best practices in place, businesses can help protect themselves from the most commonly executed information hacks and cyberattacks.
  • Are organizations doing enough to combat cyberthreats?
    In most cases, the simple answer is no. ​ Cybersecurity requires consistent education, company-wide processes, and executive-level commitment. Generally, there needs to be more awareness surrounding how quickly hackers can initiate a cyberattack, how quickly cyberattacks evolve, and how businesses need multiple layers of cybersecurity to protect themselves—especially in modern workplace environments where employees are working remotely and sharing a ton of important data via digital communication channels.
  • Why is it so important to ensure AI doesn't hallucinate with your intellectual property or organization's digital assets?
    AI hallucinations occur when an AI model generates incorrect or misleading information that it presents as fact. This can happen when a large language model (LLM), such as an AI chatbot, perceives patterns or objects that aren't there, or doesn't understand a user's prompt. The results can be nonsensical or inaccurate, and can include incorrect predictions or false positives.
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