LinkTech ITC provides a free Information Technology Assesment to identify any possible access points and ports on servers, routers, wireless access points, and POS systems all the while providing hardening information and policy change to keep up with current cyber security protocols.
Our IT Assessment covers all assets in a corporate or small business, from individual server blades to network switches, managed or unmanaged, to computer access by employees. We give advice on how employees should handle their workstations to better equip them with the knowledge to keep malicious attacks at bay.
As technology advances by the day, choosing the right technology based on the future uses of your business whether it be massive storage for video creation or more processing power to simulate any complex problems. Many resellers of servers and IT infrastructure only look to what you need in current operations, but without knowing or understanding the future concepts that your business wants to be in 10 to even 20 years from now, can sell you short when it comes to adaptability and configuration or expansion to fit your business needs. Contact us today to learn more about our generational operations infrastructure offers to reenforce and adapt your IT systems into the future.
Securing your Linux server is important to protect your data, intellectual property, and time, from the hands of crackers (hackers). The system administrator is responsible for security of the Linux box. In this first part of a Linux server security series, We provide direct Linux server hardening for default installation of Linux system. identify an attack before it takes hold.
Network Cabling Technicians assemble and arrange material and equipment, explain and verify service orders, drawings, specifications, particular needs, and instructions, run, pull, stop and splice copper and fiber optic cables, such as CAT5, SE, CAT6, low voltage cables, and fiber, mount telecom equipment while adhering to best practices, industry standards, and manufacturer requirements, aid in arranging routers, hubs, install support structures, including racks, ladders, and j-hooks, and switches using data provided by all teams within the organization, install access control systems and surveillance cameras, and maintain good relations with clients by listening to and then sorting out their issues or escalating the same to their seniors.
Imagine that your company moves to a new office. Minor adjustments are made, perhaps some rooms are repurposed, but the previous tenant’s LAN sockets usually remain in place. After all, opening up the walls and rewiring everything takes time and money. However, some Ethernet ports might not be in the most suitable places. For example, you may find some in reception areas or hallways.
Many companies leave them live even if they have no plans to use them. That means they can be used not only by employees, but also by visitors: couriers, job seekers, client representatives, and so forth. Nothing prevents an outsider from hooking up to the LAN socket and getting inside your company’s internal network, and most likely, no one will pay any attention to what’s going on. A visitor buried in a laptop, waiting for whoever they’ve come to see, does not look suspicious. Even if someone notices a wire plugged into the wall, they will probably think the device is just recharging.