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EVERYDAY the media tells us of another data breach, malicious data encryption, or information stolen by criminals who wish to turn a profit from the losses of the companies they attack. Many of the attacks that come about are from poor business security, improperly configured security controls, or lack of IT security knowledge. Most of these attacks can be prevented, That is where Sparrowhawk Technology comes in to work as your partner in IT Security.

We want to secure your Infrastructure leaving you with peace of mind that your data and users are safe from malicious intent.

Unfortunately, statistics show that it is not a matter of ‘if’ but a matter of ‘when’ your business will suffer from a malicious attack against your network or data.

We encourage our clients to start secure and stay secure. But what does “Secure” really mean? For critical infrastructure sectors, security is defined by Presidential Policy Directive 21 (PPD-21):

In Information Technology terms ‘secure’ and ‘security’ refer to reducing the risk to critical infrastructure by physical means or defense cyber measures to intrusions, attacks, or the effects of natural or manmade disasters.

Organizations can implement security in different ways, including both physical and cybersecurity measures. Examples include:1234

  • Two factor authentication
  • Access Control systems
  • Locking devices (such as laptops and cell phones) when not in use
  • Deploying network monitoring

Be prepared! Let Sparrowhawk Technology help protect and defend your networks and information.

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