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need help in securing network

torchmess

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Wireless connectivity is becoming the norm, increasing productivity and delivering content at any time and from any place. It is also creating a challenge for IT to provide access that is based on user identity, user role, device ownership, time of the day, location, and application.

traditionally we use centralized firewalls and web filters to protect the network from the content that can be distracting or even harmful, however; security policies at the centralized location may be limited to traditional IP address and port numbers, which is inadequate.

So, how do we secure our network now from the outside and the inside?

 

MayFlower

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Need Help in Securing Network

Need Help in Securing Network

You are correct with it! we must be aware if our network are secure and upon researching, it is indicated in what I've read that a certain program is recommended in order to measure signal strength and to know the the active wireless channels. And I guess, at least this could help us determine if your router is performing very well. There are also a wireless LAN and remote access network solutions that can maintain a strong security.
 
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torchmess

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Nov 23, 2015
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Security issues are really rampant this days and its hard to determine the security even if you are have the best. I am thinking of having a provider who will help me with the issues. Anyone who have heard of Aerohive?