Our teams have years of experience in security tier analysis and implementation, having successfully planned and implemented both physical and logical security for some of the region and nation’s largest firms.
Physical security for data centers involves what the business-side of most companies would think of as security protocols. This analysis and implementation involves measures such as access card-keys, proximity sensors, and biometrics security.
Logical security for data centers involves what IT professionals understand to be the tactics and strategies that keep their data safe: perimeters, application firewalls, wireless access points, 2FA, etc.
Changing technology has driven the recent trend of increasing the convergence and integration of logical and physical security for data centers. Given the escalation of cyber-attacks and hacks on private businesses and even utility companies, it makes sense for more companies to develop a comprehensive security plan for their data infrastructure. Learn more about physical and logical security integration for data centers here.
We would love to discuss how you can enhance and deepen your company’s data center security provisions. Contact Us here at your convenience to get started with a conversation. Learn how Altus assisted a large regional healthcare provider with their security migration as one example of our capabilities.