Network Security Policy should keep the malicious users out of your business/work computer
network and also provide protection from users who exhibit risky computer behavior within your
organization/Home network. The first step in creating a formal network security policy is to
understand what information and services are available, to what extent and to which type of
users. It is important to define what the potential is for damage and whether any protection steps
have already been taken to prevent misuse.
With all the threats against commercial and private computer networks today, a strong security policy is a necessity. But a strong security policy is only as good as the measures you take to protect your data. We have the experience to protect you from computer virus outbreaks and hacker intrusions, including removing viruses and Trojans and establishing firewalls and proxy services. If you have suffered any data loss we can retrieve and salvage damaged information in most cases. In addition to our security offerings, we are also experienced in Virtual Private Networks, for those who want an extra measure of security for remote locations or roaming users.
Here’s the list of steps through which we will make your old PC run like new