Partnering with the Best

To help combat the ever-growing threats to its clients data security, Security Best Practices partners with companies with the best solutions in each category. Not only are solutions tested for optimal functionality, but care is taken to recommend the best solution for a client's particular requirements.

Security Best Practices' solutions include:


A firewall is a system that uses access control to protect a network. Firewalls are usually the first choice in protecting your network from Internet security threats and are a critical component of today's computer networks.

At Security Best Practices, we provide only best of breed firewall manufacturers. We take all of your unique requirements into account when designing a Firewall Solution for you.

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Virtual Private Networks (VPN) provide a secure, private connection to network applications and business critical information. Customers, partners, employees and suppliers using a public or "unsecured" medium such as the Internet can conduct business reliably and securely with today's technology.

VPNs encrypt corporate network data before it goes out to the Internet and decrypt it before data is to be viewed by the remote user.

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Security Best Practices' Vulnerability Assessments provide a thorough audit of your enterprise's security infrastructure. This comprehensive security assessment identifies vulnerabilities on your network, from various perspectives... that of a hacker, or that of a malicious employee.

The assessment includes a detailed report with recommendations to reduce your organization's exposure to security risks.

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Intrusion detection/prevention systems (IDS/IPS) improve the integrity of your information security infrastructure. An effective IDS solution improves system monitoring, traces user activity and potential impact, recognizes and reports alterations to files, and alerts appropriate staff for network security anomalies.

Security Best Practices provides several IDS offerings, to assure you get the most from your implementation. These include: IDS design and implementation Customized testing and tuning IDS integration IDS Health Checks

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Content Filtering and Virus Protection has become increasingly essential. It is more important than ever to establish a security policy that incorporates content management, to protect your enterprise's corporate network from the growing number of threats in these areas.

Security Best Practices understands these threats and can work with you to make sure these issues are considered when providing content management and virus protection solutions that will protect your company.

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Authentication beyond simple passwords is becoming a necessity because of the risk associated with traditional authentication methods. This becomes an even greater concern as remote users, employees, clients, partners, or suppliers begin to access a companies IT resources. Two-factor authentication provides extra authentication by requiring both a password and a pincode, reducing the risk that a lost password or laptop can be used to gain entry into the network. Traditional network passwords have a history of being weak, disclosed, or guessed. Two-factor authentication replaces these weaknesses and strengthens companies network access security. Password encryption makes passwords harder to intercept.

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Information security controls are typically implemented to protect a company's confidentiality, integrity and network availability. Without policies, there is no assurance that the systems that you've invested in to protect your corporate data will work as designed. Additionally, in today's corporate world, information security policies are a required component of demonstrating "due diligence" and "due care".

An example of our offerings include:

  • Policy Assessment
  • Policy Development
  • Policy Management and Dissemination
  • Security Awareness Training

Real-Time Threat Management software reduces exposure to cyber-attacks and increases the return on investment organizations have made in their security infrastructure, by enabling security teams to respond to internal and external threats in real-time. With these software solutions, enterprises can centrally monitor, detect and respond to potential security threats and get a seamless picture of enterprise security to enable a timely and effective response.

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When suspicious activities are detected, immediate and effective action is taken to keep your business running smoothly.

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