There are several components to the problem of IT Security. One component has to do with management expectations and setting Administrative Policies that dictate behavior within an organization. Other components such as Technical Controls and Physical Controls are then implemented to carry out management's intention. Then there's training: end-user behavior has to be addressed to help implement the controls. Sounds complicated, right? Well, it kind of is. There's no magic pill to this stuff - there's not one single approach that can help secure your computers. It's a layered approach, using a variety of processes to reduce risk and to maintain a path for disaster recovery. Ask us how.
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