Reliable security

Reliable security

Are you watching the news closely? Then you must have noticed that cybercrime is regularly the news of the day. From hacking Netflix to disrupting parking garages in the Netherlands. Cybercrime is the new way of working among criminals these days. Where they used to break in physically, now they break in remotely into the most advanced systems. Not only multinationals and government agencies, but also small businesses are targets. Is your security up to par?


Security, where to start?

Security is more than locks on server cabinets, customizing passwords and installing anti-virus protection. It goes a lot further. We are dealing with cryptolockers and ransomware, DDOS attacks and identity fraud. A lock on the front door is great, but what about the back door?

A solid battle plan

It is important that you are aware of the fact that cybercrime is everyday’s business. Be reluctant in providing (online) information to third parties. A bank or government will by no means ask you by mail or phone to provide sensitive information. If this is the case, you may be in the crosshairs of cybercriminals. Do not pay anything and never provide your information.

In order to keep your working environment as secure and user-friendly as possible, we are happy to help you with a thorough battle plan and design of your ICT environment. You are dependent on functioning and secure ICT. Without ICT, you are likely to be unable to perform your work.

Securing and maintaining an ICT environment

With our personal support, we are pleased to help you keep your ICT environment safe and secure. We will do everything we can to protect the environment from the big evil outside world. By default, we provide:

  • monitoring of all 1A systems
  • a proper firewall
  • VPNs accessible from external locations
  • backups of your data
  • anti-virus and anti-malware scans on the servers
  • blocking of malicious websites

In addition, we offer many additional options, such as anti-virus and anti-malware software for workstations, and the ability to use tokens for two-factor authentication.

Not only security of the ICT, but also your property?

In addition to protecting your ICT environment, it is also possible to secure your property, warehouse or other space. Both camera images and alarms can now be securely connected via standard Internet connections. How great would it be if you could also include the cameras and maybe the alarm in the service agreement? And of course we also provide support.

Is your security up to par?