Managed IT Security - Built for Business

  • Proven Cyber-Security Solutions

  • Protection from Ransomware & Phishing

  • Fully Supported by US experts

Protecting your business these days means deploying multiple layers of best-in-class security services and combining them with top-tier IT experts to properly configure, monitor and manage them, as well as to assist with cleanup, restore and recovery if anything should slip through. Luckily, your company can have flexible access to both our proven technologies and our highly skilled engineers, right now!

Essential to advanced layers of protection for as little as $5/mo per user/device *

*Lowest cost per seat is achieved by maximizing discounts available through bundling multiple products, having a large quantity (200+), and opting for annual subscription terms. Contact us for an estimate to meet your business needs.

Serious about Compliant Information System Security and Network Administration Best Practices


At Zen, we start with the generally agreed upon best practice standards and frameworks for small business cyber-security and systems administration like those provided by NIST, CIS, and ITIL.  We then partner with the world's leading providers of each recommended component and layer of defense. Finally, we train to be the best at integrating, configuring, optimizing, administering and supporting those technology solutions, and then offer our volume discounts and expertise to our clients.


As it is with our health, our computer and network systems enjoy increased performance, longevity, reduced rates of "infection" and lower overall costs through a program of proactive best practice monitoring and maintenance.

Not every component is required or appropriate for every business activity, so contact us so we can tailor a package specific to the needs of your team. Keep reading below to learn more about the details of each component and service in our defense-in-depth IT administration and maintenance strategy.


  • Understand failback process and time

  • Over-Communicate to all stakeholders-recovery team, clients, employees, vendors

  • Consider reporting attacks and breaches to the FBI (IC3)


  • Identify sensitive data in transit and at rest

  • Know who has access and why

  • Record access and transmission of data

  • Control and log privileged account access


  • Remote Monitoring and Mgmt (RMM) software on all systems

  • Secure quick access to a team experts in advance

  • Define your disaster recovery and communication plan

  • Test backups and alert systems regularly

  • Continual improvements




  • Restrict access on needs basis

  • Encrypt data in transit and at rest

  • Back and disaster recovery site +plan

  • Patching and confirmation

  • Enterprise antivirus on every system

  • A modern firewall on every network

  • Email and web protection 

  • Train users on essential cyber-security best practices

  • Ensure secure account and password management policies are in place

  • Add cyber-security insurance

  • Monitor your firewall, systems and AV status

  • Real-time security information event log capture and AI backed analysis (SIEM/SOC)

  • Scan for vulnerabilities and unknown devices

  • Audit network systems for best practice configurations

Do I Really Need to be Worried about Cyber-Threats to my Business?

Your biggest risks are those you don't know about. Don't wait to get your network security assessment

‌Cyber-Security related threats are increasingly more complex and more costly to businesses everywhere.

We're specialists in protecting Colorado companies from the damage caused by the rising threat of advanced malware attacks.

The costs of unmitigated cyber-attack:

Emerging threats require new layers of network protection

  • 83% of sysadmins agree it has become more difficult to stop today's threats (Sophoslabs)

  • It's taking an avg of 206 days to detect & 55 more contain a security breach (Ponemon)​

  • Malware is becoming more complex and able to avoid traditional detection methods.

  • Computer viruses today use polymorphic or file-less agents and multi-vector approaches.

Want to know more about business security?

The greatest costs of a malware attack are not those incurred to clean up and restore the affected data and devices. Rather they show up as a result of:

1.) Direct theft - such as when an attacker is able to capture credentials used for online banking and perform wire transfers out of your accounts.


2.) The loss of current and future business due to impact on reputation that can occur when attackers spread an infection by spamming your company contact lists from your hijacked email account.

3.) Missed deadlines and loss of productivity due to related downtime.

Get the 2018 Ponemon Study from IBM here

The worst part is that today's advanced malware suites can do all of the above if a single vulnerability allows them in to your network; and attackers don't even need to be skilled hackers to download and deploy them.

Hiscox SMB Risk Report:

Vz 2018 Breach

Report Summary:

Vz Compliance Report PCI 2018:

Advanced Threats: