Terminal B works with clients to determine how to best protect access to company networks and data. Some of the issues to take into consideration when planning your company's approach to network security may include:
Anti-virus– one of the easiest ways to enhance your networking security is to shield users from possible attacks via email using a respected anti-virus program that can monitor your mail coming into Microsoft Outlook as well as scan your system files for unexpected intruders. Tracking down viruses and the damage they cause can cost your company time and money, as well as compromise the safety of your data.
Spam filtering – unwanted email, often with advertisements and links to dubious websites, not only slows down your company and its network, but can also be a huge network security hole. As spammers develop increasingly clever ways to get their email in your mailbox, you need to know that you're under the protection of the best anti-spam measures possible. Using Terminal B's Advanced Spam Filtering or another spam filter that learns and accommodates your needs is the best way to protect your company from possible security leaks resulting from spam email.
Firewalls – more sophisticated network security attacks can be thwarted with a firewall. Whether software-only, or as part of a network appliance, a firewall can prevent unauthorized traffic from entering your network and allowing your company data to fall into the wrong hands. Terminal B has qualified, experienced technicians who can network monitoring logs and work with you to design a networking security solution on the right scale for your company.
Best practices – Terminal B is well-versed in the best practices to ensure your company's network and wireless network security. The accessibility of wireless internet makes it especially important that your company have a wireless network security plan in place, in addition to the considerations for regular network configurations. Whether it's using SSL for your Microsoft Exchange email transmission, configuring your users' permissions for shared documents and public folders, or deciding on a hardware security solution to manage network traffic, Terminal B's technicians are there to help simplify the process and decode the language of network management to make sure you're protected from day one.
Developing the best network management and wireless networking security practices for your Central Texas business takes knowledge of today's risks and the expertise to construct a robust solution.
Terminal B has the best network knowledge in Austin; contact us to see how we can help you put together a network security solution that works for your company.