ProTec + Secure
Core Managed Services Program + Advanced Security
Specializing in Mitigating Your Cyber Threats
ProTec + Secure
Sklar Managed Security Service Features
24/7 Real - Time Advanced Detection
Rapid Resolution to Detected Threats
Dedicated Security Operations Center (SOC)
Backed By Certified Engineers
Regular Security Assessments
Cloud Based Platforms
Affordable fixed fees
Since 1998, Mechanicsville Animal Hospital has provided pet care services for their clients and fur kids.
Sklar's team came in and quickly resolved the cyber attack and helped us identify other major issues through their assessment process. Instead of investing in expensive IT equipment we moved our systems to their data center. Our future plan was to open more locations, so that made more sense to us. We also invested in their cyber security services to help protect our valuable client data and to prevent another crippling attack.
Mechanicsville Animal added it's second location early 2016 and is eager to continue to expand. "We literally never have problems anymore, we never have to worry about the unexpected outages." "Even in our personal lives. It's truly been a stress free IT experience, we don't worry about IT issues while taking family vacations."
After having two back to back security attacks that created costly downtime for our production department, we upgraded our services to Sklar Cyber SOC Security Services and now had the comfort to know that if and when we have attacked again we will know immediately.
Service: ProTec Core + Data Center + Secure
Comprehensive IT Program
IT systems strategy
Hardware and software procurement
Installation and employee training
Line of business applications management and support
Enhanced cyber threat protection, monitoring and reporting
Continuous client feedback scoring to improve our service and keep you happy
The Sklar Process
1. Meet with a Sklar Advisor
2. We perform a thorough Assessment
3. We review the results and create a plan for remediation and ongoing services for you
4. IT burdens relieved at last