We make it our business to know what's on the technology horizon. That way, corporations can get back to what they do best.
Duluth, GA (Vocus) December 11, 2009
Vulnerability planning for today's corporations requires more than just an intensive look at network security or good employee training, according to Guidance Consulting research findings. With an increased reliance on technology to run a successful business comes the increased need for protection at every level of that technology -- and today's companies can't be too protected against the new waves of programs designed to get into corporate infrastructures. No one knows this better than Guidance Consulting, an information technology company with a focus on protecting assets tied up in infrastructure, networks, and servers.
As part of a new IT vulnerability planning package, Guidance Consulting will be offering a three-pronged approach to increased corporate security. This comprehensive service provides raised protection against everything from threats due to infrastructure weaknesses, malicious hackers, and even disgruntled employees. “The truth is, there is no single place to put all your focus when it comes to vulnerability protection,” says Ronald Gottilla, senior consultant at Guidance Consulting. “These days, having a secure network means looking at all the places where a virus or hacker can gain entry and raising a wall of protection in each one.”
There's also the issue of ever-changing technology from both a user and a hacker viewpoint to contend with. For every new technology that corporations rely on for protection and for their daily business needs, there are new malicious technologies to get access that information. “We make it our business to know what's on the technology horizon,” says Gottilla. “That way, corporations can get back to what they do best.”
The new Guidance Consulting roll-out plan includes protection for user view, outside view, and inside view vulnerability. This three-pronged approach covers everything from an internal and external standpoint, leaving no point-of-access unprotected.
Depending on the type and size of the corporation, Guidance Consulting can also tailor packages to meet business and protection needs for each individual company. “Corporations are unique,” Gottilla adds. “That's why we are, too.”
About Guidance Consulting
Guidance Consulting is a technology solutions firm offering a range of services related to technology, infrastructure development, and general information technology consulting.
For over 15 years, Guidance Consulting has been delivering profitable technology results to everything from small, private firms to Fortune 500 companies. In addition to meeting employment and staffing needs, Guidance Consulting implements a wide range of IT solutions that help companies to cut costs, increase productivity, and avoid damages associated with vulnerability issues to get the most out of the current technologies available for businesses of all sizes.
For more information on making Guidance Consulting a part of your company's IT support team, visit their website at http://www.guidance-consulting.com .