REDUCE security RISKS to your organization

How important is it for you to know the condition of your network,
your server, your email, your workstations and your backup system?

Our Assessment

Here’s how it works:

We come to your office and start things off with an initial meeting where we discuss briefly about AITS and what we do.

We then interview you and your team and talk all about your likes, dislikes, frustrations, hopes and dreams in terms of your technology.

Most of the time, if time permits, we like to have a walkthrough of the location to see the computers and networking environment. This also gives us a chance to talk to the users about their experience with the computers in their day-to-day workings.

We find many times the users have had frustrations or issues they have “lived with” for quite some time.

These issues cause slowdowns and loss of production and can many times be easily solved.

We collect information about the network such as computer configurations, software, and system usage.

Any company data or personal information is untouched.

We do not look at data, only at your system design and configuration.

Any information we obtain regarding your systems will be treated in a confidential manner.

After we complete our technical assessment we usually have a brief meeting to discuss any remaining questions anyone may have before we leave.

At our office we analyze the data we collected and produce a report of our findings.

A few days after our walkthrough and assessment, we meet with you to discuss our findings.

We will identify the strengths and weaknesses of your systems.

The results of our findings will be given to you in a comprehensive IT report.


250 Washington Street
Suite A 8
Toms River, NJ 08753

Toll Free: 888-247-2399
Direct: 732-597-7430
Mobile / Text: 609-306-6978


The number of cyber attacks and their complexity is only expected to grow. Given this, it’s vital that businesses and organizations users step up their security maturity in all aspects of practice. Understanding the risks involved, along with the steps that can be taken to mitigate them, will help significantly decrease the number of cyber attacks that happen daily.