The modern network includes a combination of local servers, remote devices and cloud-hosted applications. If you use cloud-based platforms such as Office 365, Salesforce, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure, you need to ensure that all of your critical applications and devices are available when needed and secure.
In order to keep your data available and secure against the threats in this new era of technology, a business must utilize a multi-tier approach including a nextgen firewall with advanced threat protection, a reliable back-up strategy, anti-virus, anti-spam protection, content filtering and an acceptable use policy for end users.
NEXTGEN FIREWALL W/ADVANCED THREAT PROTECTION
ADVANCED THREAT PROTECTION (ATP)
- What happens if your server crashes?
- What happens if a catastrophic event happens and your building is destroyed?
- What happens if you are hit with ransomware?
- Do you have a reliable backup strategy in place?
- Do you have a reliable off-site backup available?
- Do you have a backup that isn’t infected?
If you’re not comfortable with the answer to these questions, Trident can assist. We have experience and expertise to develop a strategy to reduce downtime and minimize data loss in the event one of these issues arise.
ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY
Here are some things to consider:
- Organization-owned devices
- What software can/can’t be installed?
- Does your company permit BYOD (bring your own device)?
- Are the users allowed to install/run company provided software?
- Do you have access to remote-wipe company data in the event of a lost/stolen device or employee resignation/termination?
- Are the devices encrypted?
- What websites are allowed?
- Are you enforcing password requirements and frequent changes to passwords?
- Are the users running up to date and approved antivirus software?
- Are the users allowed to save company data locally?
- Do you have a list of approved devices and operating systems?
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