Server Security for South Texas
Protect Your Business with TagleRock’s Comprehensive Sever Security Assessment.
Your customers and vendors count on you to keep their private information just that – private. But with hackers and scammers, viruses and spam, any company that doesn’t put serious thought into locking down their servers is just asking for trouble. Fortunately, TagleRock Technologies has been helping Rio Grande Valley businesses with server security since 2001. We’ll check your servers for vulnerabilities and help you create a secure server that will stand up to anything and everything that cybercriminals can dish out.
What security services do we offer for your small business server?
- Firewalls: Our certified security professionals take preventive actions by ensuring that your firewalls are properly configured to keep out spyware and viruses.
- Spyware Removal and Protection: We stop these malicious programs before they siphon off your private data; and once they’re gone, we make sure they don’t come back.
- Spam: Our specialists know how to block annoying spam sources and keep your secure servers and inboxes clear.
- Viruses: There are more than 140,000 computer viruses loose on the internet today, and the security professionals at TagleRock give you the anti-virus tools to block each one.
- Patch Management:We monitor your system continuously for new vulnerabilities and, once foundwe efficiently distribute patches.
- Security Auditing and Management: With just one phone call a certified professional will assess your IT infrastructure for vulnerabilities and develop a plan to counter them.Then we can manage your secure server as your business grows.
We work with local businesses in Rio Grande Valley cities such as Edinburg, Brownsville, Harlingen, McAllen, Mission, Pharr, San Juan, South Padre Island, Rio Grande City and surrounding areas across South Texas. If you want to improve the state of your small business server security, give us a call at 1-888-618-5170.
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