Safety First. Second. And Third.
For most companies, data is the number one priority. And ensuring the security of your endpoints, networks, data center, and the cloud is ours. That's why we provide a number of solutions designed specifically to safeguard the information you store, share, and use – keeping it safe and sound at all times.
- Security Assessments
- Endpoint Security
- Authentication & Data Security
Security and compliance should always be top of mind for modern businesses. Our assessments can identify shortcomings and suggest improvements that'll put you on solid ground.
HIPPA Security Assessment & Compliance Review
Improve security and reduce costs with an accurate risk assessment.
Identifying potential security threats that put your patients' data and organization at risk requires a thorough HIPAA security risk analysis. Our HIPAA Security Assessment is an in-depth appraisal of your organization's adherence to existing policies and industry best practices. After identifying any areas of weakness, we'll develop countermeasures in three areas – people, process, and technology – for HIPAA Security Rule requirements.
PCI-DSS Gap Analysis & Compliance
Your first line of defense against noncompliance.
A full PCI DSS risk assessment can be expensive to run, but penalties for noncompliance range from $5,000 to $500,000. Zones offers a PCI DSS Gap Analysis and Compliance Audit, which will allow you to recognize and investigate the requirements for PCI compliance without performing a costly, time-consuming full scan. These scanning services allow you to identify vulnerabilities that may block your company from meeting PCI security requirements.
Digital attacks are on the rise – you'll need to fortify your defenses to keep your endpoints safe. Fortunately, our specialized services can help you do just that.
Endpoint Security Design & Implementation
Layer security to add more depth to your data and endpoint protection.
On the frontline of your defense against cybercrime, we know that today's targeted attacks can't be prevented through anti-virus alone. Effective data and endpoint protection goes well beyond just preventing malware attacks. The most proactive organizations leverage a layered and integrated approach in protecting every IT asset, whether a desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Modern-day endpoint protection solutions may include anti-virus, anti-spyware, personal firewall, application control, and elements of host intrusion prevention. That's why Zones offers a complete portfolio of data and endpoint security solutions from the world's leading security brands to ensure you're safe and secure no matter how or where your employees work.
Web & Email Security Design & Implementation
Stop threats from creeping into your business through the web and email.
The web is a deep, dark place, and websites are often preyed upon by attackers as an entry point into an organization's networks and databases. Web security protects your websites, web applications, and web services, and it ensures compliance with corporate content and access policies. Additionally, most large-scale cyberattacks originate from email using advanced, coordinated tactics. Email security also provides outbound mail protection through encryption, prevention of data loss, and detailed reporting. Our team of security experts will design Web and Email Security Solutions custom to your environment to help protect your data, your business, and your reputation.
Authentication & Data Security
Managing data access is an important part of any company's security plan. Our experts can help you design and implement solutions for controlling and authenticating users on your network.
Authentication Design & Implementation
Be the master of your domain.
At Zones, we're all about helping you master your domain by giving you the tools to help reinforce your security strategy, improve your security posture, and achieve your compliance goals. With Zones Authentication Solutions, we provide you greater control over who has access to data and network resources, where they can go, and what they can do. Once you know who and what devices are connecting to your network, you can then enforce policies for providing the right type of access.