Synchronized network security.
There is no one way to secure a network, and there never will be. Threats evolve as rapidly as technology, and keeping up with both is a full-time job. Increasing numbers of devices and endpoints threaten to expose your networks, mobile devices, WiFi enabled products and email accounts to bad actors.
At Ashton, we apply the latest best practices to all areas of your network, drastically reducing the likelihood of trojans, DDOS, crypto variants, malware, spyware, ransomware or any other potential attack. You’ll never have to worry about your
security landscape — we’ll handle it. And our next-gen firewalls, advanced endpoint protection and industry-leading security solutions won’t slow down your network.
We’ll protect you against internal threats, from the malicious to the accidental. We’ll also lock down mobile devices, laptops and desktops against virus transmission, digital theft and sabotage. Apathy and forgetfulness can be just as dangerous, so we can handle your security updates and patches. We can even train your team to recognize and avoid threats.
Our network security and monitoring measures can also improve productivity, by blocking access to sites that employees just don’t need. But it’s not all or nothing — your firewall can be as flexible as you want it to be. We can provide content-filtering solutions with granular settings that can vary from desk to desk.
Learn more about our advanced security technologies.
We keep your data safe too.
While your network is the target of hackers, the objective is your data. Protecting your data – not only against theft and ransomware threats, but from natural and facility disasters, hardware failures, inadvertent exposure and accidents as innocent as over-writes – is your last measure of defense, so your data backup solution had better be well-designed, reliable, and frequent.
No security system is perfect. We’ll make sure all of your data is backed up so that you can recover quickly. Learn how.
Our security solutions actively monitor for internal and external threats with no loss of speed or performance.
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