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Cyber Security is a major concern in WLANs (Wireless Local Area Networks) recently. These Networks provide utmost convenience and flexibility but also increase network vulnerabilities. Latent security threats such as Hacking (DDoS, Key Login, Cookie Theft), Phishing, unauthorized access, IP and MAC spoofing, Session Hijacking and Eavesdropping and others may trigger problems for WLANs. Common BYOD practices will lead to uncontrollable Security Risks.
To counter these threats, various standard authentication and encryption techniques are combined with other access control mechanisms. These protocols, devices and techniques collectively secure the WLAN a level that equals and even exceeds wired LAN security.
Speak to us about our Network Solutions to increase Security Levels.
A Range of possible Tools to Protect a Network
Additional Services to Improve Business Standards
Strategic & tactical planning
- an IT-Risk Management Strategy is in place
- an IT Security Plan is ready, bringing options in case of cyber attacks
- BYOD policies are implemented and introduced to the staff
- Cutting expenses without sacrificing quality due to rigorous processes
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We secure your network in the best possible way in accordance with the latest standards of various security elements and take into account current technical developments.
IT Risk Management is the process of identifying, assessing and controlling vulnerabilities and threats to an organization’s network. Awareness of IT security threats and data-related risks, both part of extended Cyber Security Risk Management Strategies, have become a top priority for digitized companies.
Our Risk Management Framework (RMF) provides a disciplined and structured process that integrates information security (Data Security) and Risk Management Activities into the system development life cycle.
BYOD is a short of “Bring Your Own Device,” a phrase that refers to a nowadays common practice of allowing employees to bring their own mobile devices to work for use with company systems, software, networks, or information.
However, this flexibility comes at a price as the Vulnerability of IT-Systems and the Risk of Cyber Attacks increases if no “security protocol” is a place, ruling the use of private devices across company IT-infrastructure.
Having such a BOYD-Policy in place is therefore not just recommendable, it’s literally a lifesaver. Speak to us and experience a new dimension of Cyber Security.