Protect Your IT Network
If you want good IT system and network security, you will require protection for each component on your network, including PCs, routers, switches, and all other connected user devices.
Why? because anyone who could access your network could also disrupt your network components and services. But you shouldn’t just focus your efforts on devices internally – remote and portable devices should also be required to authenticate themselves to the network to limit who can see and access network services such as databases, shared files and printers.
The following is a list of areas you should consider looking at in order to provide your business with the best possible security devices. If you do not use Microsoft Windows, see guides on Get Safe Online to Protect your Mac or Protect your Linux computer.