At Zazu we know that a secure information technology infrastructure is the key to your organisation's continued survival and growth. Viruses, worms, and hackers are all real and costly threats to your company's network.

Today, it is no longer good enough to simply employ world-class products if they are being applied ineffectively. Through experience we carefully select and apply the correct product for each customer's unique security needs to ensure a high level of protection against deliberate and automated attacks. A combination of industry-leading products, sound business practices, and simple, cost-effective network management solutions allows us to leverage the most from your network in terms of security.

We offer the following Security Solutions

 

  • End Point Security
  • Data Security
  • Perimeter Security
  • Virtual Private Networks
  • Content Filtering

 

End Point Security

In network security, endpoint security refers to a methodology of protecting the corporate network when accessed via remote devices such as laptops or other wireless and mobile devices. Each device connecting to the network creates a potential entry point for security threats. Endpoint security is designed to secure each endpoint on the network, and to stop any attacks.

The terms "Endpoint Security" or "Endpoint Protection" are generally used to refer to corporate products that include a range of security features. These typically include:

 

  • Malware removal based on existing signature files and algorithms
  • Built-in antispyware protection
  • Ingress/Egress firewall
  • IPS/IDS sensors and warning systems
  • Application control and user management
  • Data input/output control, including portable devices

 

Consumer products with similar features are generally referred to as "Internet security suites". Endpoint security is used in contrast to network security products, because corporate IT managers often have to address these issues seperately.

Endpoints can be desktop PCs, laptops, mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets, or servers in a datacentre. Additional functionality is starting to appear in endpoint security products, such as:

 

  • Full Disk Encryption
  • Data Leak Prevention
  • Application White listing

 

There is a difference between consumer and corporate editions. The main difference is in how the application is managed. Most home networks consist of only a few computers and managing them individually is typically not a problem. Corporate editions employs central management.

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