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IT Security Solutions

As cyber security threats to your IT systems, take on new forms and methods, staying ahead of the game is the best way to safeguard your business.

What We Offer

•   Perimeter Security   •   Network Security   •   EndPoint Security   •   Application Security   •   Data Security   •   Cloud Security   •   Wireless Security   •   Email Security   •   Virtualization Security   •   Database Security   •   Access Control   

Perimeter Security

Perimeter Security denies unauthorised traffic access to your organisation. We offer gateway defence mechanisms such as customised firewalls, threat management systems, intrusion prevention systems, and anti-spam and web content filtering gateways. We help you create a barrier of integrated hardware, software, and policies, which will combat threats to networks, hosts, applications, and databases from remote internet environments.

Our Perimeter Security management expertise extends across monitoring, configuring and provisioning devices, threat alerts, supplying product enhancements, upgrades and patch management, and firewall rules, data logging and forensics.


Network Security

Network Security has to evolve with the changing data security threats of today. More than ever before, network security must become application aware in order to mitigate application threats. SYSTRONICS can build solutions to give companies complete control over applications, users and content. 

Best practices for network security will include Application Visibility, Application Control, Threat Security, IDS/IPS, Malware Scans, SSL & IPSEC VPN, Web Content Filtering, Network Security Analysis, Next Generation Firewalls, Network Segmentation and Data Loss Prevention.


EndPoint Security


Endpoint Security or Endpoint Protection is a centralized approach to protecting all endpoints - servers, desktops, laptops, smartphones and other IoT devices - connected to the corporate IT network from cyber threats. This methodology enables efficient, effective and easier security management. We offer Endpoint Security systems that includes antivirus, firewall and other high defined security software. The Endpoint Security solutions work on a client-server model. Within the network there would be an endpoint security software, located on a centrally managed and accessible server or gateway. On each endpoint or endpoint device would be located the client software. The security software authenticates logins made from the endpoints and simultaneously updates client software when needed.

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Application Security

Whether you’re building a highly automated web application security program that addresses thousands of applications across development teams around the world, or you’re focusing on a few primary applications that drive your business, navigating an ever-expanding application footprint can feel overwhelming.

From the complexity of modern applications – and collaborating with the developers who build them – to keeping up with threats and scaling repeatable scanning across the enterprise, the challenges related to application security are multi-dimensional.


Data Security


We provide you with protective digital privacy measures that are applied to prevent unauthorized access to computers, databases and websites. Data security also protects data from corruption. Data security is an essential aspect of IT for organizations of every size and type. 

Organizations around the globe are investing heavily in information technology (IT) cyber defense capabilities to protect their critical assets. Whether an enterprise needs to protect a brand, intellectual capital, and customer information or provide controls for critical infrastructure, the means for incident detection and response to protecting organizational interests have three common elements: people, processes, and technology.

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Cloud Security

Cloud and virtualization give you agility and efficiency to instantly roll out new services and expand your infrastructure. But the lack of physical control, or defined entrance and egress points, bring a whole host of cloud data security issues – data co-mingling, privileged user abuse, snapshots and backups, data deletion, data leakage, geographic regulatory requirements, cloud super-admins, and many more. 

Security and privacy risks arising from the shared, on-demand nature of cloud platforms continues to be a barrier to cloud adoption. With the growing number of cyber-attacks and the lack of direct control, customers increasingly need assurance that cloud monitoring is robust, their data is secure, and their privacy is not being compromised.


Wireless Security


With wireless connectivity, some security concerns exist. The good news is, solutions to these security concerns are readily available, making wireless networking just as safe as wired connections. Among the threats, some can occur in any networking environment (i.e. denial of service) while others are specific to wireless (i.e. rogue access and passive capturing). 

The best approach to wireless security is to look at the external and internal policies, management and security design that offer high levels of security and the flexibility to adapt to changing threats. These policies will help you determine how to manage access to your wireless network and determine how to keep authorized users safe and secure, and unauthorized users blocked. Few best practices for any networking environment are Firewalls, Intrusion Detection, Content Filtering, Authentication and Data Encryption.


Email Security

Email security should be a top priority for your company. Email is the number one target used by hackers to get access to your company’s private data, using attacks like phishing. Your first line of defence should be an Email Secure Gateway. This is a platform which guards your emails against hackers, spam and viruses. 

Email security services go hand in hand with data security, endpoint security, and other cybersecurity services to keep companies aware of threats, safe from attacks, and prepared to respond in the event of an incident. Our expert team can deploy secure email gateways and other IT security software in lieu or in addition to email security services to maximize protection efforts.


Virtualization Security

Security virtualization is the process, procedure and policy that ensures that the virtualized hardware infrastructure is secure and protected. 

Security virtualization acts as a barrier to secure perimeter access to a network. It provides dedicated security services and assured traffic isolation within the cloud, along with customizable firewall controls as an additional managed service. Enterprises and service providers can leverage their virtualization investment to create a granular security perimeter, giving dedicated security resources within a cloud construct to tenants and service subscribers.


Database Security

Relational databases continue to be a prime target for data thieves, and security vulnerabilities are compounded by the adoption of big data platforms. No matter the breakthrough, no matter the latest fad or trend, the database has remained a part of the IT mainstream for many decades.

Databases are subject to a number of security risks such as data corruption or loss, inappropriate access, malware, phishing and other cyberattacks, security vulnerabilities or configuration problems and DoS (Denial of service) attacks.


Access Control


When it comes to protecting your business, as well as the building’s occupants, access control is one of the best ways for you to achieve peace of mind. But access control is much more than just allowing people to access your building, access control also helps you effectively protect your data from various types of intruders and it is up to your organization’s access control policy to address which method works best for your needs. 

Access control is used to identify an individual who does a specific job, authenticate them, and then proceed to give that individual only the key to the door or workstation that they need access to and nothing more. Access control systems come in three variations: Discretionary Access Control (DAC), Mandatory Access Control (MAC), and Role Based Access Control (RBAC).

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