Why do you need security?
Our computer, tablet, and cellphone probably contain information that hackers and other criminals would love to have, like other people’s email addresses, names and birth dates. If hackers are able to get this information they use this to develop personalized scams and try to phish more information for the victim as well as people in any relation to the victim.
Security is a prime concern for any companies IT, to prevent in any data loss and theft, we provide endpoint device protection solutions and antivirus to prevent malware attacks
We evaluate the security of your IT by measuring how well it performs to a set of established criteria. It will assess the system's physical configuration and environment, software, information handling, and user practices.
We continuously monitor and prevent any unauthorized attempt to access your servers. With careful examination of security policies and user policies that are in effect.
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Three Principles of Cyber Security
There are at least three main principles behind cyber security: confidentiality, integrity and availability.
- Confidentiality involves any information that is sensitive and should only be shared with a limited number of people. If your credit card information, for example, was shared with a few criminals, your credit rating and your reputation could suffer very quickly.
- Integrity involves keeping information from being altered. When malware hits a hospital’s computer systems, it can scramble patient records, lab results and can prevent staff from accessing a patient’s allergy or drug information.
- Availability involves ensuring those who rely on accurate information are able to access it. Availability is often related to integrity, but can also involve things like a cyber-attack preventing people from accessing specific computers, or from accessing the internet.