Many Organisations rely on device-based password access controls or employee policies to protect the basic security of their business. Applications are housed within a single core network accessed by all employees either directly or over a VPN or remote access link.
This architecture whilst workable leaves the organisation vulnerable to attacks either from external threats or from internal policy breaches. Once access is obtained all systems are vulnerable.
But there is another way!
Intelligent access controls that segregate systems based on business function and recognise valid access requests for each can significantly reduce risk.
Expertware partners with Packet Fence to create a tailored access management solution for each client. Systems are separated into different VLANS and a centrally managed solution vets all devices and users as they attempt to connect to either wired or wireless networks. Access is granted based on device status, SW patch level, device credentials, User profile, or Sponsored access approval.
Expertware can provide Packet fence as a standalone solution or as part of an Integrated security model with Packet Fence managed as part of its Integrated Operations Centre model further enhancing and expanding its capabilities and policy enforcement functionality.
With over 15 years of experience in the field of IT architecture and managed services, we are confident that we can offer to our customers a team with very strong technical knowledge and a deep understanding of the IT architecture models and solutions in place.
Our people will become a trusted part of your team. For each customer, there is a solution architect supervising the activities of the operation team guaranteeing a continuous review and optimization for monitoring and alerts, automated response flows ensure rapid responses but always under the guidance and oversight of our expert technicians.
We aim to provide state-of-the-art SIEM services to our customers so that they can continue their business safe in the knowledge that strong protection is in place.