Walker Systems Support Launches Enhanced IT Security Services

March 18, 2011

Connecticut Network Support Leader Announces Evolved IT Support and Security Services

FARMINGTON, Conn., March 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — What do iPhones, malware and public Wi-Fi areas have in common? They can all pose significant threats to the safety and security of your computer network. New threats such as these are emerging regularly and old ones continue to evolve. In response, Walker Systems Support, a leader in network management, security and computer support services, announces the launch of their enhanced IT Security Service offerings.

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Scot Smailes, CISSP and IT Security Manager at Walker defines the design of our P(3)ET IT Security offerings as a combination of services incorporating the People, Policy, Process, Education & Technology that will mitigate the risks to your network. “Technology is always going to play an important part in the security of corporate networks, but today’s new and emerging threats are also taking advantage of the weaknesses in the human element of network security.” Smailes says. “As a result, all information security programs should include components that address the human vulnerability in addition to the technical vulnerabilities in code and configurations.”

Walker’s IT Security offerings include:

IT Security Assessments provide an in-depth analysis of all the components that play a part in the overall security of your business, from an IT perspective.

Vulnerability Scans identify known vulnerabilities in software or hardware configurations within select systems on your network. This service is ideally situated as an interim measure between full security assessments to identify any issues that may have surfaced since the last full assessment.

IT Security Awareness Training is designed to educate users on the appropriate use, protection and security of information. The long-term benefits to your organization of a successful security awareness program include enhanced awareness, increased security and improved productivity for employees and the company as a whole.

IT Security Policy Development provides the framework for the policies which are essential in any environment; without them your employees have no reference for accepted practices or processes and can therefore not be held accountable.

At Walker, we offer a total solution that addresses the ever changing IT Security landscape. Our CISSP certified staff will work with you and provide recommendations to help ensure compliance with your organization’s IT Security goals

About Walker Systems Support

Walker Systems Support provides proactive network management and computer support services including routine remote and on-site maintenance, security, connectivity, web design & development, strategic IT planning, disaster recovery planning and more. As a Social Enterprise, our focus is on building partnerships with our clients, protecting and advancing our clients’ business objectives through comprehensive and professional systems support and developing relationships centered on respect and communication with emphasis on making a positive impact on our world. With an office in Farmington Connecticut, Walker Systems Support has been helping businesses throughout the Northeast get more from their technology investment since 1982.

Walker System Support – High Tech, Human Touch – The perfect partnership.

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