network and cloud security

Enterprise network and cloud security is the most crucial aspect of running a secure IT infrastructure in any organization.

Enterprise network and cloud security is the most crucial aspect of running a
secure IT infrastructure in any organization.

Cloud computing and virtualization has rapidly become mainstream technologies in today’s business environment, and securing your organization’s network against cyberattacks can be challenging.

Network and cloud security, including cybersecurity deal with protecting from malicious attacks while ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your data for access only by authorized users.

Information accessed or stolen from a company’s system without their knowledge or authorization is referred to as a ‘Data Breach’. The most common types of breaches are employee error, social engineering, cyberattack, unauthorized access, ransomware, malicious insider, and physical theft.

However, most breaches are the result of a cyberattack. And a slow data breach response can cost a substantial loss in time and money. Organizations that are engaged in effective practices are seeing significantly reduced cost.

Year by year, the number of cyberattacks continues to grow making the case for cybersecurity planning a requirement for every company. Specifically, securing both devices and systems from malicious threats will be a top priority for companies, IT professionals, vendors, and equipment manufacturers. Learn More >>

Here’s how our firm can help you secure and preserve the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your organization’s data and resources that reside within your system, we will:

  • Meet with your IT staff to develop a plan for setting up security rules and review additional items needed to design a secure network specific to your business requirements.
  • Explore security policies, risk analysis, risk control methods and staff duties in risk administration.
  • Meet with your IT staff to develop a plan for setting up security rules and review additional items needed to design a secure network specific to your business requirements.
  • Explore security policies, risk analysis, risk control methods and staff duties in risk administration.
  • Evaluate potential security threats that may exist from unexpected sources that unknowingly expose your network to vulnerabilities e.g. employees, vendors, internal contractors.
  • Research and recommend a security solution; recommend and assist in developing a security and incident response plan that best meets the needs of your organization.
  • Evaluate potential security threats that may exist from unexpected sources that unknowingly expose your network to vulnerabilities e.g. employees, vendors, internal contractors.
  • Research and recommend a security solution; recommend and assist in developing a security and incident response plan that best meets the needs of your organization.
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