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IT Security

In today’s digital world, IT security is more important than ever. With the increasing threat of cyber-attacks and data breaches, businesses must protect their sensitive information and systems from harm.

What is IT Security?

IT security refers to the protection of information and information systems from unauthorised access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification or destruction.

Why is IT Security important?

Information is a valuable asset, and IT security helps ensure that confidential data is not lost, stolen or damaged. Additionally, IT security helps prevent cyber-attacks and data breaches that could lead to business downtime, loss of reputation, and financial losses.

Types of IT Security
  • Network Security: This involves securing a company’s network and internet connection, protecting against unauthorised access, and ensuring data privacy.
  • Endpoint Security: This involves securing devices such as computers, smartphones, and tablets from viruses, malware and other cyber threats.
  • Data Security: This involves protecting sensitive data, such as personal and financial information, from unauthorised access and theft.
  • Cloud Security: This involves securing data and applications in the cloud, protecting against unauthorised access and data breaches.
  • Identity and Access Management: This involves controlling and managing user access to information and systems, and verifying user identities.
IT Security Solutions
  • Firewalls: Firewalls are used to secure networks and prevent unauthorised access.
  • Encryption: Encryption is the process of converting plain text into encrypted text, making it unreadable to unauthorised parties.
  • Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware Software: This software helps protect against viruses, malware and other malicious software.
  • Virtual Private Networks (VPNs): VPNs allow users to securely access a company’s network from remote locations.
  • Two-Factor Authentication (2FA): 2FA adds an additional layer of security by requiring users to provide a password and a second form of authentication, such as a fingerprint or security token.
Cover all aspects of your IT security

IT security becomes an ever-growing concern due increased threats, new ways of working and the popularity of the cloud.

Every business location needs a router and can benefit from a firewall

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The most common use of an SSL and TLS certificate is for your website and also services such as your Exchange server.

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When remote, a secure connection to your office using a VPN allows you to encrypt all your office traffic.

If you have multiple offices then a BOVPN can provide an encrypted connection between them.

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There are many advantages to web filtering. The number one reason is to protect your office from malicious sites by scanning the traffic. 

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