Network Security Services

As one of the top Network Security Firms in the San Francisco Bay Area, we deliver custom-tailored Network Security services for organizations of any size.

Over the last couple of months, businesses have decentralized their workplaces in favor of remote working spaces. As a result, the number of network security issues has gone up. Over 36 billion records were exposed in 2020, as compared to 15 billion in 2019.

As you can see, more organizations need help to mitigate security threats and resolve vulnerabilities.

To help you safeguard your business, we will be discussing:

  • Why is network security important?
  • What are the major risks in network security?
  • The best security practices, and
  • Security solutions

Why is network security important?

Never underestimate a hacker’s interest in your business. Whether you run a mom-and-pop store or a corporate entity, your finances, data, and reputation are on the line.

Without proper network security, you are exposed to:

  • Data Breach. Third parties gain access to sensitive information about your company and customers (names, social security numbers, addresses).
  • Online threats. Any device connected to unsecured networks is vulnerable to spyware, malware, as well as ransomware.
  • Identity theft. Logging into an unsecured network makes your data visible to third-parties, making you a target for identity theft.

For this reason, you need to have the proper network security tools implemented to help you identify and fight threats.

How we can help

We understand how complex and hard it is to get the right network security solutions. Don’t worry we are here to help.

We can:

  • Perform an analysis of your existing backup plan and infrastructure and provide you with a reliable, high-quality, remote backup solution.
  • Carry out an audit to identify and document all devices in your network and flag any rogue devices.
  • Use our patch management system to seal any security holes in your network.
  • Provide unlimited remote and onsite support whenever you need it.
  • Provide support and administration for all servers in your organization.
  • Manage security. A dedicated Tru Technical network security engineer can manage firewalls, activate wireless security and protection systems, enable remote access, and activate directory security.

Network security solutions are all about anticipating and mitigating risks.

A security breach is not a friendly occurrence. It is often malicious and can take many forms making it hard to spot.


However, the most common risks include:

  • Malware (spyware and ransomware)
  • Botnets
  • Viruses and worms
  • APT (Advanced Persistent Threats) Threats
  • Adware
  • Phishing
  • Trojan horses

With all these risks floating around the internet, the need to secure your data is more important than ever.

There is a big chance that you may need to engage a network security engineer to implement proper security measures. However, you can also do your bit by:

  • Providing your remote workers with portable, password-protected WIFI hotspots in case they are in public areas.
  • Using network security tools to wipe data remotely in case a device is stolen or lost.
  • Breaking down important information into smaller bits and using encryption software.
  • Limiting access to office computers and networks.
  • Setting up a firewall to protect you against external threats.
  • Implement and configure Two Factor Authentication login processes.
  • Creating restrictions around the number of people who can install or update software. Or restricting it to IT personnel only.

Doing all this alone can be overwhelming, which is why the engineers at Tru Technical Partners provide network security services to help you out.

Hopefully, the information we have shared has helped you identify the importance of network security services. If you require these services, contact us today. A Tru Partner will discuss with you our network security services; they are designed to provide comprehensive security coverage.

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