Specific security measures are taken in a timely manner to prevent hackers from entering the IT network to steal or alter data.
Physical access to computers and devices on a network should be controlled on the one hand by a firewall and on the other hand by restricting access rights only to those who have the appropriate authority for each type of data.
In addition, there should be adequate protection against any malicious software intended to destroy, alter or intercept data.
Critical is the existence of appropriate network security procedures and policies that define how the network will be structured and how users should operate so that security gaps are not created.
United Security, with its special IT consultants, determines and solves network threats by undertaking network security studies and operations, as well as by creating the appropriate policies and procedures for users.