Cybersecurity

Increased interconnectivity over the worldwide web increases vulnerability.

Securing our cyberspace, I.T. infrastructure, operating systems, applications and equipment ensures overall protection for Brown & Joseph and our clients.

Administrative Safeguards

  • Security management process to prevent, detect, contain and remedy security violations
  • Designated security officer develops and administers the data security policy
  • Information security awareness and training is conducted for all appropriate employees
  • Security incident procedures for handling breaches of data security
  • Business continuity plans
  • Business plans are tested and evaluated on a periodic basis

Physical Safeguards

  • Access Controls – security software that denies or permits electronic application or data access such as security desk, monitored entrances, door locks/card reader access only, visitor credentials
  • Protective Devices – Surveillance cameras, fire detection system, afterhours motion alerts
  • Flood Management – Water sensor contained in data center
  • Event Monitoring – Access, admin activities, use of privileged accounts, changes to controls, suspicious patterns of activity, attempts to access sensitive files, rejected attempts at accessing resources, etc.

Technical Safeguards

  • Data integrity managed through security access and controls and with critical business data backed up daily (onsite and maintained offsite)
  • Secured network and workstation with individual sign-ons
  • Technical architecture controlled by network and firewalls

Penetration Testing

Penetration Testing (pentesting) is the process of testing our applications for vulnerabilities.

The purpose of a penetration test is to identify any key weaknesses in our systems and applications and to determine how to best allocate resources to improve the security of our organization as a whole.

In addition to pentesting being regularly performed by our Chief Technology Officer, further pentesting involves a team of skilled hackers. We purposefully ensure that the hackers do not have access to any source code and ask them to try to gain access to our systems.

Penetration tests are carried out on IP address ranges, individual applications or our company name. All of our I.T. security and safeguard certifications are readily available to qualified inquiries.

Associations & Certifications

Get Started with Brown & Joseph

Statistics show that timeliness is the key to successful debt collection.

Your chances of collecting on a past-due account decrease each day, so we made our onboarding procedure quick and easy so you can start recovering more revenue right away.

Initial Call & Needs Assessment

First, you’ll speak to one of our representatives about your specific needs and financial goals.

Sign & Return Agreement

Next, you’ll be asked to sign and return a service agreement outlining our process, pricing and custom reports.

Submit Files for Collection!

Finally, you’ll be given access to our online claim submission portal where you can submit files for collection.

*Already working with another agency? Ask about our no-commitment 2nd placements program!

Take the First Step

Send us a message using the contact form and we will get back to you within one business day.

Headquarters

One Pierce Place
Suite 1225W
Itasca, IL 60143

Call

(847) 758-3000

Email

info@brownandjoseph.com
marketing@brownandjoseph.com

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