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After you take the assessment, you will get a report of your network security findings.

We offer a complimentary consultation you can schedule after the assessment to answer any questions, save time and eliminate the stress of potential security mistakes that can cause downtime and data breach.

You can implement the security findings using your own in-house team or hire eSudo to do the heavy lifting and provide ongoing support.

No obligation or cost to speak with us, just click START ASSESSMENT to get the process started!


"Over 97% of American businesses in 2023, operating in a digitally-driven landscape, heavily rely on the Internet for essential functions such as productivity, performance optimization, streamlined communication, bolstered sales, and various other facets of their daily operations. This heightened dependence on digital infrastructure, however, comes with a notable caveat: more than 87% of small businesses are entrusted with customer data that could be potentially compromised in the event of a cyberattack."

eSudo created this free cybersecurity assessment to help small businesses, like law firms, accountants and other professional services, to understand and to manage their online risks and protect them against cyberattacks, including business email compromise (BEC), malware, virus, phishing scam, ransomware, data loss, and more.

Matthew Kaing is an I.T. and Cybersecurity Expert and Managing Director of eSudo Technology Solutions, Inc.

He has over two decades of experience working with small business in Silicon Valley and a co-author of the bestselling book, Managing your Business Risk in the Cybersecurity Minefield, on Amazon and featured Yahoo Finance, CNBC and local newspaper.

NOTE: Who is the ideal person in your firm to take this assessment?

For companies less 10 employees, the owner or controller is recommended.

For companies with 11 employees or more and have an in-house IT person, he/she can help but the owner or company executive should help or be involved in the post-assessment discussion with eSudo to better understand your business risks.

It not recommended to have an external IT provider or MSP to take this assessment for your business because it's practical to do a self-assessment since they are responsible for your network.