Is your business safe and secure?
As we continue to rely on the digital world for our day-to-day operations and other aspects in our life, more and more companies are beginning to recognize the threat of hostile malware and damaging cyber-attacks in their specific industry. Over the last few years, we have all see the horrific news alerts that “Big Box retailer credit card data compromised, hundreds of thousands of social security numbers are vulnerable.” Additionally, it is important to ensure the data you hold is kept safe, secure and is not left to fall into the wrong hands.
When you’re closing up shop for the day, most companies remember to lock the front door and windows at their storefront. That being said, a common question we ask our clients is whether or not they are doing the same things for their online presence, eCommerce store, and intranet infrastructure. Network security’s primary concern is to ensure that critical applications and hardware can continue to run and operate regardless if they become under attack. The age old saying, a good defense is the best offense holds true for network security and the various components of implementing a secure environment. These devices not only control running applications, they also regulate network traffic, and defend your business against imminent security breaches.