IT Security

IT Security

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Security represents your sense of worth, your identity, your emotional anchorage, your self-esteem, your basic personal strength or lack of it. At Xpress Access, Security is more than preventing losses and data breaches—security is how companies build trust with customers and how they maintain and grow their business.

Infrastructure, Application & Data Security Solutions

From mobile devices to enterprise data centers, Xpress Access has the threat of a security breach covered, across the application, data and infrastructure layers. Our Enterprise Security Solutions offer security platforms and system integration services for best of breed products across applications, infrastructure and data security, complimented by senior consultants for governance, risk and compliance.

Governance, Risk and Compliance Services

Manage information risk, and implement controls needed for governance, risk and compliance more effectively. We setup and  implement Due diligence on all your IT Processes: Networks, Hardware, Software and Mobiles devices. We have also included in this framework our certified teams of Security Experts who are tasked with ensuring that you are up for Security.

Managed Security  – Secure Your Business Today

Managed Security is an industry term for outsourcing network security services to professionals who eat, sleep, and breathe network security. They face threats across many small, medium, large, and enterprise businesses daily—and are constantly learning and adapting because it’s their sole job and they excel at it.

See our example of the in-house technician, when their organization partners with a Managed Security Provider, the in-house techie can return their focus to the daily operations, planning, and management. Meanwhile the network security of the organization is being monitored and protected with more resources and training than any one person would have otherwise.

Key Benefits of the Service

  • Vulnerability Management – Proactively scan and test networks for vulnerabilities and seal them before they become issues.
  • Anti-Malware and Virus mitigation—making sure workstations are monitored and cleaned as to prevent infections from spreading through a network.
  • Managing Network Access and Control—from those who should get in and those who shouldn’t. Encrypting devices, managing endpoints and hardening devices such as desktops or printers to ensure data stays within the organization.
  • Firewall management so that organizations don’t have to train someone or employ a permanent IT Security specialist (sounds expensive to have someone onsite to do that? It is.

Incident response in case a breach does occur. Want logs? Want that machine cut off from the network? Want to know someone is working on the issue