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IT Security Services

IT Security Services

Business Security Solutions

Your business’s equipment and information may be under a security risk. You need dependable small business security services provided by local consultants with years of experience protecting critical assets. Whether you have a small or large business, rely on AlphaPrimeTech to protect you against both cyber and physical threats.

Our Cybersecurity Solutions

Cybersecurity is crucial in today’s business world due to the continuing evolution of digital technology and networking. High-quality cybersecurity systems protect companies from system breaches, data loss, viruses and more.

Protect your system with our security services, including:

  •  Data Recovery: Our backup and disaster recovery services help keep important information safe if a network failure occurs.
  •  Risk Assessments: When you partner with us, we run assessments on your technology and alert you if there is a risk of cyberattacks.
  •  Firewalls: Our services including firewall installation and monitoring, which can guard you against malware and other suspicious network activity.
  •  Management of Mobile Devices: Mobile devices can be at risk in business, so we offer mobile management services.
  •  Computer Virus Monitoring: We consistently monitor for cyber threats and take action if they arise.
  •  Cybersecurity Training: We offer training to employees to make them aware of cybersecurity risks.
  •  Authentication Services: Our multi-factor authentication services can help keep outsiders from accessing your company’s information.

Alpha aims to address these top malicious cybersecurity incidents and attacks before they become mission-critical, non-recoverable breaches.


Downloading malicious software is one of the most common user behaviors at fault for enterprise data loss and system attacks. Malware wreaks havoc when users mistake computer apps, programs, links, files or entire websites as their benign versions. In reality, these applications are corruptions, designed to look and even act like the real thing. Employees, unaware of all this, then conduct regular activity on or through these programs, providing an opening for the malware to infect desktops, laptops, mobile devices and even the entire network.


Phishing schemes target organizations via email. They attempt to mimic important organizational stakeholders — upper management, other team members, business vendors, etc. — to elicit sensitive or personal information. Employees untrained or not fluent in identifying phishing red flags pose a severe threat to enterprise data and access control security.


Spyware is a type of malware specifically designed to enter devices and track internet usage, account usernames and passwords. Cybercriminals use the information gleaned from tracking to hack business accounts or pose as prominent organization members, often to extract further sensitive enterprise data.


Ransomware takes extortion tactics digital. Entering a network through traditional malware — clicked links, downloadable attachments, newly installed software, etc. — ransomware can shut down or block access to essential files or systems until an organization pays a ransom or hands over demanded data.


Mobile malware are a type of malware virus-coded to infect mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and tech wearables. This IT threat continues to mount as more and more organizations grow lenient with their bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies yet increase their dependency on mobile- or remote-device infrastructure. Plus, with the inevitability of the Internet of Things, mobile devices pose a higher security risk in their very interconnected nature — even for businesses with thorough network and device defenses.


While not a cybersecurity threat in the traditional sense, business network leaders have identified careless file sharing as a core concern underpinning several of the direct attack categories above. Many organizations struggle to standardize acceptable use policies or internet access policies, which are meant to curb file-sharing and file-access risks — if they have these policies at all.