Network and Computer Security

Do you know where your data is?

Securing a network requires understanding that more needs to be secured than just access from the edge of your network. Sure a good firewall needs to be in place, but threats can come from many places other than just a hacker on the Internet. Viruses, Spyware, and other malicious software can not only slow down your computers and network; they can also leak sensitive information to outside sources. Wireless networks can be a point of entry. Employees can send information and files out via Instant Messaging, E-mail, and even on their iPod. Mobile devices can be forgotten in a remote location like an airport or cab. The fact is that it is not possible to truly make any network completely invulnerable.

What needs to be done then is to try to obtain a level of security that is reasonable both in cost and upkeep for the business, and the network being secured. To do this requires evaluating many things, such as the type of business, possible threats, and the value of the information to be secured, as well as who might want that information. There can be many unseen threats such as a rouge wireless access points, or automated threats that are indiscriminate like Trojan Horses, Viruses, and Spyware. However, it is important to not overlook issues such as usability of the network.

We can evaluate the solution that would be best your you, implement that solution for you, and maintain the solution in an ongoing capacity. Ultimately we can help you to strike the balance between being prudent in your security, and spending a reasonable amount in doing so.

  • Internet Connectivity, Security, Firewall, and E-mail Support
  • Virus Protection Installation, and Maintenance
  • Anti-Spyware Protection and Prevention
  • Virus and Spyware Removal
  • Secure Wireless Network Design, Installation, and Management
  • VPN - Secure Remote Access to your Network
  • Security Analysis, Recommendations, and Design
  • Router Configuration, Installation, Security, and Filters
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