Network Security

If your network is hacked, the hacker effectively ‘owns’ your IT infrastructure. This may not be detrimental for a business with little personally identifiable information (PII), reliable backups & good internal security. However, for a company with 10+ employees, client PII, unreliable backups or minimal internal security, this could mean the end of your company. Allow Secure IO to audit your network security for vulnerabilities & reduce exposure to external threats.

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According to the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), 60% of small to medium sized businesses shutdown within just 6 months of a network hack. The consensus is that if a hacker has accessed your network, they own that network. Network security is paramount – Don’t be a statistic. (Source: GlobalSign – Internationally renowned encryption company)

In IT, a network is defined as any digital devices sharing resources or transmitting data between devices. Furthermore, devices can include routers, switches, Wi-Fi access points, computers, servers, virtual machines, printers, phones & more. Now, it is apparent there are many devices needing to be secured, how confident are you that your internal network security is acceptable? How confident are you that your external network security is acceptable? Is data encrypted during transit, are credentials encrypted over the network, can anyone plug in a device without network access control authorization? These questions must be asked & the answer must always be either yes; or no, but this is ok.

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A Beginners Guide to Network Security

Businesses these days are more digitally advanced than ever, as a result, security postures must be enhanced as well.

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Understanding a Denial of Service Attack (DDOS)

Distributed Denial of Service, also commonly abbreviated to DDOS, is a cyber attack, made infamous by movies and the internet.

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50 Common Cyber Security Questions & Answers

As we move to an ever increasing digital world, it's important to understand the basics of cyber security.


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If your network was penetrated by an external threat, would this be detrimental if all your data was stolen or encrypted? Allow Secure IO to perform a network Security Audit of your IT infrastructure, you can then make an informed decision with this information.

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