Infrastructure Security seeks to protect critical infrastructure, such as network communications, communication centers, server centers, database centers, and IT centers. Infrastructure security limits the vulnerability of these structures and systems to sabotage, terrorism, and contamination.
The greatest threat to network infrastructure security is malicious applications and hackers that attack and try to take control of the routing infrastructure. The components of Network Infrastructure include all the devices required for network communications, including routers, firewalls, switches, intrusion detection systems (IDS), domain name systems (DNS), and storage systems. Each system presents an entry point for hackers who try to place malware on the targeted Network.
The Protection resources on the Network are utilized by numerous users without the fear of threat and ultimately reduce the operation cost.
The security method ensures cheaper site licensing than machine licensing.
Safe and secure transfer of files throughout the Internet.
The security system protects internal email and chat systems from cyber attacks.
The User files and data need protection from each other, compared with machines with multiple user platforms.
Data and its backup to local servers are simple and secure, protecting vital intellectual property.