Paradigm Management Group is an IT support company whose mantra is Trouble Free Technology. That mantra comes through on everything that we do to ensure that your business and the users in your business have as little problems with technology as possible. The managed security program is an extension of that mantra. PMG only implement programs and systems that deliver Trouble Free Technology to our clients.
PMG are an active player in the internet security space. Members of our team have been instrumental in the building and patenting of the WebSafe Security System that allows granular control over internet access at the ISP level. Furthermore all members of our team have high level vender qualifications from Cisco, Microsoft and Fortinet.
Everything that PMG does is designed to protect our clients and make their business more robust, secure and productive. To further protect our clients we sign a confidentiality agreement with you so that you know we respect your privacy and the information that is within your business. All of our technical staff have Australian Government restricted security clearances that also includes a police check.
In today’s internet world we are all exposed to the seedier side of the internet. Through accident (typing the wrong word into a search engine) or criminal intent, we are all vulnerable. In the business world there is the additional requirement to protect your business information, the heart and soul of your business, as well as your staff and clients. As well as the chance of exposing your business information to the internet criminals there is the government and compliance regulations that have to be adhered to.
Sometimes this cost can be high but it is nowhere near as costly as it would be if someone cracks your internet and network security through having the wrong piece of equipment or having the equipment incorrectly configured. The initial costs of resolving the problem can be high but the underlying costs of restoring your reputation or recovering lost IP can be staggering.
Make it easier for your business to do business by putting in place an Internet security system that is fully managed, gives your business more functionality and flexibility, protects the business from all known attacks and reports to management with all of your compliance requirements.
The managed security system delivers the following benefits to your business.
It is a robust firewall that stops all know levels of attack but allows your business to do business on the internet without restriction.
The system has a Wireless access point that once configured will only allow your users access to your network.
All traffic that goes through the firewall is scanned for viral infections, Worms, Malware and spyware and any infections are either cleaned or dropped. This protects your business data from most infections.
The system has a VPN endpoint that allows your road warriors to have full access to the network once they have been authenticated. This can be upgraded to 2 factor authentication utilising tokens for increased security.
The system can be configured with content filtering so that you, as a business owner, can restrict access to the internet and certain sites as required for your business.
Finally, the system has a robust SPAM filter that will clean all known SPAM from the mail stream prior to delivery to your users.
We offer a no obligation free quote and guarantee that we can supply and support a better protective system for your business.
PMG want to make your internet connection as secure as possible and that requires a certain amount of time and effort to configure and maintain. PMG staff also maintain our level of expertise in this security system through rigorous expert vendor training, this ensure best security practice throughout the time of your managed security system. The level of expertise required to support a security system on staff could be even more expensive but the loss of confidence in your business through a breach would be devastating for your business.
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Last Updated (Wednesday, 16 February 2011 14:31)