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AT&T cyber security for CPA’s

This  is  a follow up letter from our channel  partner AT&T to one of our CPA clients in N.J.

AT&T is one  of our seventy-five partners providing Cyber security,  Cloud, IT, VoIP, bandwidth and more to CPA’s, professionals  and businesses in  the USA.

This is just one example of   what we provide, with  our 35 years of consulting services, as channel partners and  agents with our  vendors. There is  never a  fee to you the  end user.

Hi Joe,

Great speaking with you. We have an exceptionally large portfolio of cybersecurity services. Attached are a few product briefs. I think  we have an opportunity to start with some quick value with  our consulting services, then grow as we continue to partner with some of our other solutions.

The below services are the ones we discussed at length, they will skyrocket your visibility and ongoing security maturity and at a great price point.

Please let me know if you have any questions and how you would like to carry this conversation forward.

AT&T Managed service powered by Qualys (MVP-Qualys): 500 assets $10,000 annual.

Unlimited Vulnerability / CIS Compliance Scanning, Continuous Monitoring, Threat Protection, Unlimited Passive / Active Scan Engines, Unlimited Host Agents, Unlimited PCI-ASV Scans

Qualys (MVP-Qualys) Patch Management Add-On: 300 assets $4,800 annual.

Patch Management – This is an optional add-on to the vulnerability scanning component above and leverages the host agents to provide patching on Windows assets

External Penetration Testing: <32 IPs $4,500 NRC, optional retest $2,000

Penetration testing seeks to exploit the vulnerabilities identified to gain access to critical systems, sensitive information, or a specified trophy. This assessment will be conducted from an external perspective.

Internal Penetration Testing: <32 IPs $5,500 NRC, optional retest $2,000

Penetration testing seeks to exploit the vulnerabilities identified to gain access to critical systems, sensitive information, or a specified trophy. This assessment will be conducted from an internal persp

 

Electric Bill Overcharges On The Rise


As many New Jerseyans, Pennsylvanians and New Yorkers have come to discover over the winter, the relatively new marketplace for third party suppliers of electricity has not been as great in practice as it may have been in theory.

Many third party suppliers, it seems, have been inexplicably driving up prices on consumers, claiming increased costs due to winter weather —  in spite of the non-inflated prices from the primary supplier. A Forbes Contributor went so far as to proclaim this trend a “new scam.”

How are they getting away with this dodgy practice? The marketplace, after all, allows customers to switch suppliers, right?

Unfortunately, switching suppliers can take months to finalize, and some of these companies seem to be exploiting that fact while banking on the docility of others. Late notices for bills threaten power shut-offs and this can also serve in the interest of these price-jackers as people are afraid to take any corrective action.

So what can you do?

Dispute the charges immediately. Switch suppliers immediately. You may also wish to contact your state’s Attorney General and Public Utilities Commission (or their equivalents). In Pennsylvania, the Attorney General is already looking into this matter, and the State Legislature is also launching an investigation.

Are you a business owner or CEO? Is your business spending way too much on energy?
Let Applied Utility Auditors LLC dispute these and other utility overcharges on your behalf.
Contact Paul Steberger of Applied Utility Auditors Today. 

http://AppliedUtilityAuditors.com
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