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Secured Networks


Creating secured networks within your organization is business critical. And the key to effectively securing a network lies in the proper deployment of a Defense in depth strategy. A Defense in depth strategy creates controls in three separate areas: Physical Controls, Technology Controls, Administrative & Policy Controls.

Physical Controls: Defenses such as fencing, security cameras and access controls that limit a cyber criminal's ability to physically come into contact with network appliances.

Technology Controls: Prevent the access to the content and data contained within the network. GBS accomplishes security using a combination of hardware and software. For example, our engineers first assess the business operation and need, then configure a layers of security-based technologies to achieve control of your technology infrastructure.

Technology Controls include, but are not limited to:

  • VPN (Virtual Private Network)
  • Encryption
  • Multi-factor Authentication
  • Biometrics
  • Access Control
  • Intrusion Prevention & Detection Systems
  • Firewall Security Appliances with High Availability with Auto-Failover

Administrative & Policy Controls are the procedures and best-practices which guide employees use of data, personal mobile devices, use of internet, wireless connectivity and other security requirements. And we all know that the end-user is the weakest link in the chain of network security. That's why our Secured Networks solutions take into account the three types of controls necessary to achieve defense in depth.

Talk to us about our comprehensive approach to delivering multi-layered Secured Networks solutions.