Uncommon Information Technology Security Roots

We Speak IT®

We were sole proprietors with a deep focus on providing information technology security assessments in Cleveland Ohio. We were freelancers, working with clients through our referral network.

We have changed with the tides of time and have come full circle to provide business-focused services: security integrations with analytics. Our focus, both past, and present is the same: threat intelligence and mitigation beyond an ‘inside-out approach.

Our preference is to build your business from the ground up with security in mind rather than the typical action of security as an afterthought or a final thing to do. Before the dot-com era of the 90s to the current state of large-scale hacks occurring often, we support clients when they need our services most. We work with businesses to assess their weaknesses and develop plans to fill gaps present in their business operations.

It is 2020 and Covid-19 predominates every aspect of our society. From some estimates, we’re working from home up to 90% of our work force.

Can you see opportunities that hackers do?

Everyone says their different – let’s prove it.

From experiences and opportunities as help desk staff, to national and regional field technicians to Systems Administration – we see innovation roots and question the holes we see in most small- to large-business operations.

We are a remote force mostly Working from Home on the West side of Cleveland. Some in town were shocked to see this company come out of the woodwork. We are not like other companies nor are too be feared like other attackers. The owner of Aronetics has evaluative experiences since his high school days before the internet took the world by storm. John has applied to join and help national organizations but did not fit in to their culture. As such, Aronetics is a non-traditional government contractor to federal organizations. To small- and medium-sized businesses, we are in business like you though most of our team has experiences in the weeds of information technology opportunities.