Network Security

Why is network security important?

Network security is critical because it prevents cybercriminals from gaining access to valuable data and sensitive information. When hackers get hold of such data, they can cause a variety of problems including identity theft, stolen assets, ransoming your data, and reputational harm.

The following are the most important reasons for protecting networks and the data they hold:

  • Disruption of business operations
  • Financial risks for compromised personally identifiable information
  • Financial risk for compromised intellectual property
  • Compliance with government data security regulations

Network SecurityWho is getting past your firewall?

Breaching the firewall

Simply having a firewall is not in itself enough to stop hackers from getting through!

Although a proper firewall provides a good perimeter, there is more that needs to be done to properly secure your network, servers, computers, and mobile devices.

Let us help you prevent the embarrassment of a network breach that could ruin your reputation, cost you money in lawsuits, and even take you out of business.

We can help you gain the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your data is secure.

Our Standard Network Security ModelSegregating and Securing Traffic

Network Security Model

We divide the network into VLANs. Each VLAN contains similar equipment. Through firewall rules we dictate what traffic each VLAN can pass between other VLANs and out to the internet.