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Tips on How to Build a Secure IT Infrastructure
Tips on How to Build a Secure IT Infrastructure
Time icon15 March 2018, 14:03 pm

The IT department is one of the most significant branches of a company. Building a secure IT infrastructure, therefore, requires prior planning to ensure that everything is in place and that there is no possibility of putting the operations of the firm at risk. The below tips will give you an insight into what is needed to build a secure IT infrastructure in your company.

 

Have a Defined Budget

The size and security of an IT infrastructure mostly depend on the resources available in a company. While big companies can create a large-scale IT infrastructure and still have room for expansion, new companies need an infrastructure that is not beyond their control regarding maintenance and workforce. Invest in an IT infrastructure that you can monitor and manage when a problem arises. 

 

Invest in a Business-Class Firewall

Having insecure IT infrastructure poses a more significant threat to a firm, than not having one. The hardware used in the company comes with their pre-installed firewall software. However, they are not enough to guarantee all-around safety to your IT infrastructure. Investing in Unified Threat Management (UTM) services will keep your infrastructure safe from cyber threats.

 

Have a Remote Date Backup System

In the current technology world, no system can be termed as 100% safe from attacks. As the IT professionals perfect in keeping the infrastructure safe, so are cybercriminals. Having a system where you can backup your data remotely does not prevent your systems from attack, but instead provides a gateway to retrieving data if and when an attack occurs. Having affordable cloud storage and running regular encrypted backups will ensure that you still have control of your data even when your IT infrastructure is compromised. Having such a backup will give you peace of mind even when experimenting on the best approaches to use when guarding your IT infrastructure.

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