Tag: Security

vCISO

Think You Can’t Afford a Chief Information Security Officer? Meet the vCISO! No one disputes the value of a full-time Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) as part of a company’s executive team, but not all businesses can afford the $250,000+ per year that such a position often commands. If you’re a SMB, what are your…

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Compliance and Governance

Compliance and Governance: When Technology Just Isn’t Enough “If you think technology [alone] can solve your security problems, then you don’t understand the problems and you don’t understand the technology.” -Bruce Schneier, industry-recognized cryptographer/computer security and privacy specialist. The threat to technology-based information assets is higher now than it has ever been. As technology has…

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Security Assessment

Don’t Guess; Know Your Risk with a Full Security Assessment Everyone knows that there’s some level of risk involved when it comes to a company’s critical and secure data, information assets, and facilities. But how do you quantify and prepare for the ever-growing risks surrounding cybersecurity? The purpose of an IT security assessment is to…

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Cybersecurity

Don’t Assume Your Data is Safe… Ensure it with Strong Cybersecurity Although today’s hyperconnected world offers numerous benefits, it also brings with it the specter of cybercrime. More connected devices mean more entry points into a network and a broader attack surface. With the proliferation of malware, such as cryptojacking, phishing and DDoS attacks, it’s…

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EA Licensing

Simplify and Optimize Your Software Investments with EA Licensing As a Cisco Gold Certified Partner, Netsync is pleased to be able to offer the Cisco Enterprise Agreement (EA) to their customers. With enrollments in Cisco DNA, Collaboration, Data Center and Security, Cisco EA Licensing is ideal for organizations that want financial predictability, a simplified IT…

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Network Automation

Make Your Technology Work for You with Network Automation Network automation is the process of automating the configuration, management, testing, deployment, and operations of physical and virtual devices within a network. Using a combination of hardware and software-based solutions, large organizations, service providers, and enterprises can implement network automation to control and manage repetitive processes…

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Routers (WAN/Core/Edge)

Routers: Directing Traffic on the Information Superhighway Routers have a long and storied history, originally constructed in the 1960s as part of the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET), and at that time referred to as “gateways.” Since then, although their design has evolved, their function remains virtually the same: to analyze the contents of…

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Routers

Routers: Directing Traffic on the Information Superhighway Routers have a long and storied history, originally developed in the 1960s as part of the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET), and at that time referred to as a “gateway.” Since then, although their design has evolved, their function remains virtually the same: to analyze the contents…

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Application and Delivery Control Optimization

Optimizing your experience Application Optimization Application Optimization is an IT infrastructure strategy composed of a variety of technologies utilized by organizations to boost the availability, accessibility, security and overall performance of an enterprise network. Effectively implemented, business-critical applications and information can be delivered efficiently to a variety of users, both locally and around the world.…

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Backup and Data Protection

Setting Up Secure Backup and Data Protection Just Got Easier With the volume of data growing at an exponential rate worldwide, backup and data protection has become more difficult than ever before. As traditional methods such as tape libraries and secondary sites fall behind, many organizations are looking to the cloud for safe and protected…

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