Network Infrastructure & Security

Network infrastructure refers to the hardware and software resources of an entire network that enable network connectivity, communication, operations and management of an enterprise network.

AYC&T provides professional communication path and services between users, processes, applications, services and external networks/the Internet.

AYC&T Network infrastructure is typically part of the IT infrastructure found in most enterprise IT environments. The entire network infrastructure is interconnected, and can be used for internal communications, external communications or both. A typical network infrastructure includes:

  • Networking Hardware:
    • Routers
    • Switches
    • LAN cards
    • Wireless routers
    • Cables
  • Networking Software:
    • Network operations and management
    • Operating systems
  • Network Services:
    • T-1 Line
    • DSL
    • Satellite
    • Wireless protocols
    • IP addressing

AYC&T also helps overcome the risk on the services provided.

As increasingly more personal, financial, health-related, and other sensitive data is collected, processed and disseminated, protection of the infrastructure and the perimeters would demand more depth and breadth in knowledge, toolsets and other resources. Mostly organizations lack the expertise or the internal resources required to assess and enhance the security of their organization’s dynamic IT infrastructure and networks.


How AYC&T can help:
AYC&T IT infrastructure and network security practitioners offer their expert services to address a wide range of threats posed to the IT infrastructure, network and the end-points. We help our clients establish their first line of defense and guard their assets from external and internal attacks. From evaluating basic email filtering solutions to securing data and VoIP networks, we strive to maximize the return on our clients’ security investments. Our services include teaming with our clients to:

✔ Assure that security-relevant details of all servers on the network are captured and documented, reflecting the current environment.

✔ Review security-impacting elements of servers’ configuration and recommend or implement corrective measures.

✔ Establish or evaluate current inbound and outbound email filtering solution to protect the users from malware, phishing and spam.

✔ Evaluate current remote access solution(s) to address the security requirements and the policy.

✔ Assess current traffic segregating methods for various traffic types and recommend or implement changes.

✔ Assess the existing network, host and application based intrusion detection and prevention systems and firewalls and their configurations to ensure that security objectives can be achieved.

✔ Assess the security of the wireless network through penetration tests and recommend/implement corrective measures.