Effective security is never just a matter of responding to attacks in a posture of defense. ConnecTech is committed to security by actively confronting today’s threats head-on. Nothing could be more imperative, when hackers have access to an array of devices, including spam emails, viruses, phishing, botnets, malware, and rootkits in an effort to breach your network. We employ an approach that implements HaaS and SaaS with constant application and security patch updates as part of an integrated solution for your entire network.
Nothing hurts businesses more than security threats to technology. Our increased reliance on technology makes us vulnerable to attacks, which in turn impair operational efficiency. The reported levels of malware programs are alarming. Worse, it has been found that most malware programs spread through legitimate business use. Trojans, worms, and spyware can lead to damaging consequences that place confidential data at risk while hindering performance. Threats include the redirection of search inquiries, infinite pop-up ads, browser hijacking, and unusable PC performance. By protecting your company from these threats, our security services ultimately work in favor of your profit margin.
ConnecTech’s security management is a policy-based approach to network security that requires endpoint devices to comply with specific criteria before they are granted access to network resources. Endpoints that do not comply with policy can be controlled by the system to varying degrees. For example, the system may remove local administrative rights or restrict Internet browsing capabilities. The security systems work on a client/server model in which the centralized managed server hosts the security program and an accompanying client program is installed on each network device. Operating in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) delivery model, the host server and its security programs are maintained remotely by ConnecTech. In the delivery system, when a client attempts to log onto the network, the server validates user credentials and scans the device to make sure that it complies with defined corporate security policies before allowing access to the network.