Cyber security begins with hardware. Capability of any software is limited by the hardware stretch and vice versa. Securing the assets depends on a variety of hardware appliances. To name a few: Active devices such as firewalls, antivirus scanning devices, content filtering devices, which block the surplus traffic; passive devices, such as intrusion detection appliances, which identify and report on unwanted traffic; preventative devices – penetration testing devices and vulnerability assessment appliances, which scan the networks and identify potential security problems; and Unified Threat Management (UTM) devices.
Cyber security is generally seen as an area where software is of utmost importance, which has led to a rise in the number of accessible security softwares out in the wild. However, a few hardware additions can make the digital experience a whole lot safer, adding another dimension to cyber security. These include hardware keys for multi-factor authentication, biometric security devices and more obscure and powerful hardware. Even as cyber security is inherently a software-based discipline, certain kinds of hardware can effectively be used to increase security by orders of magnitude. Hence our experts guide you to implement the tested and safe multitude of hardware assets that supports the software counterpart to enable protection of highest order.
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