Information and Physical Security

Datacenter Security
In this world of mobile, social, cloud, Big Data, and intelligent industries, the datacenter can no longer just be the place where an organization keeps its servers and stores its corporate data. Being a major point of contact with the organization’s customers, it has to be capable of providing reliable and secure services.

Data center must ensure availability, flexibility, and security at all times. And to ensure these services, data centers have to be modular, hybrid, and distributed.

Endpoint Security
Endpoint security is a way to protect the corporate network when accessed via remote devices. Each remote device, when connected to a network creates a potential entry point for security threats. Endpoint security ensures that the level of safety is maintained within the network.

Specific policies are created for network access and the devices are required to comply with those policies. Once compliance is met, the devices are granted access to network resources. Endpoints can be PCs, laptops, smart phones, tablets.

Identity and access security
IP surveillance is a digitized and networked version of closed-circuit television (CCTV). In an IP surveillance system, an IP camera records video footage and the resulting content is distributed over an IP (Internet protocol) network.
Digitization offers a number of benefits over traditional analog CCTV, including:

  • Analytics can do wonders to the way you look at surveillance
  • Improved search capability.
  • Greater ease of use.
  • Better quality images and no degradation of content over time.
  • The ability to record and play simultaneously.
  • The ability to compress content for improved storage.