Email Security

Email security involves protecting email systems from unauthorized access, phishing attacks, malware, and other email-borne threats. Solutions for email security may include spam filters, malware scanners, encryption, and authentication mechanisms to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of email communications.

Next Generation Firewall

A Next-Generation Firewall is a security device that combines traditional firewall capabilities with advanced features such as intrusion prevention, application awareness, and cloud-delivered threat intelligence. NGFWs are designed to provide enhanced security and visibility into network traffic, helping organizations defend against a wide range of cyber threats.

Cloud Firewall

A Cloud Firewall is a security solution designed specifically for cloud environments. It helps protect cloud-based applications, data, and infrastructure from cyber threats. Cloud firewalls often provide centralized control and visibility over network traffic in the cloud, allowing organizations to enforce security policies and monitor for suspicious activities.

Structural Cabling

The infrastructure of cabling and associated hardware used to support various communication systems within a building or campus. It includes the cables, connectors, and related components that form the backbone of a network. Properly designed structural cabling is crucial for ensuring reliable and efficient data communication within an organization.

Data Cabling

Data cabling involves the installation of cables to enable the transmission of data between devices, such as computers, servers, and networking equipment. Data cables can include copper cables (e.g., Ethernet cables) or fiber-optic cables, depending on the specific requirements of the network.

Fire Cabling

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