LAN / WAN Security - Connecting computers to networks significantly increases risk. Networks connect large numbers of users to share information and resources, but network security depends heavily on the cooperation of each user. Security is as strong as the weakest link. Studies have shown that most of the abuses and frauds are carried out by authorized users, not outsiders. As the number of LANs and WANs increase, cost-effective security becomes a much more significant issue to deter fraud, waste, and abuse and to avoid embarrassment.
Video Surveillance - If you need to monitor a location in real time, and if you want to record what’s happening when you can’t sit around looking at a monitor--a video surveillance system is the absolute best option.
Data Center security - Your data center hosts critical data and contains your core assets, including customer information, intellectual property and other business-critical data. And with emerging trends such as Big Data, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) mobility and global online collaboration sparking an explosion of data, the data center will only become more important to your organization and will continue to be the target of advanced malware and other cyber attacks.
ATM Security - With today’s banking environment depending more than ever on convenience and trust, there is no room for compromise when it comes to securing your self-service channel. The self-service industry needs a new, tailored approach to IT security for ATMs and enterprise management that addresses all potential threats (known or unknown) and also protects against the growing problem of non-compliance, all while ensuring that ATM performance remains unaffected.