Securing your PCs, Servers and Networks should not just be an option but a necessity. You would not leave the office unlocked or not bother to set the alarm, but if you have an unsecure system that's exactly what you are doing each night when you log off.
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Anti-Virus & Spyware :
There are a few Anti-Virus packages that you can download for free now, but usually the business versions or the Server versions of the software you still have to pay for on an annual basis. If you are considering paying for anti-virus, this will ensure you are fully protected and have up-to date virus definitions. Eset are leading the field in AV Technology and still remain the only AV Company that has not missed a virus since 2006.
Firewall & VPN :
If you have your own Server at your offices/company you will more than likely have a firewall setup either in the router itself or on the Server (Windows Firewall). If this is running with default settings it maybe a door left ajar as far as hackers are concerned. We use Anti-Hacking Techniques to secure your system and reduce the risk of intrusions happening. Why don't you benefit from our trained Certified Ethical Hackers experience and secure your systems now.
Virtual Private Networks are a great way to take your office with you when you are on the move. When setup correctly, you can login to you PC as if you are still in the office. See all of your shared files and check your emails (including everything you have sent). It will all be there attachments included. The internet is now considered fully portable for all devices and VPN systems can give you full access on the go.
Wireless Networking :
Wireless connections can be an excellent way to reduce messy wires around the office but there is a downside.
- Usually speeds will suffer unless you get a high quality fast wireless hub. Average speeds for a standard hub (54mbps) are around the 1-2 meg mark depending on distance and signal strength.
- Security : Your security maybe compromised if your router is not setup correctly, even with WPA2 there can still be ways for someone to gain access onto your system and use your bandwidth illegally.