Your Business Data Protected 

IT Security protects your data, business processes and IP from threats and intrusions. Your operations, communications and records can all be conducted in a secure computing environment.

How we work

1. Protection of Valuable Information

Valuable information must be protected. Information is one of the most valuable assets of any business, no matter what kind of industry you are in, the system, software you are using or developing. Its protection is a vital part of IT infrastructure. Make your life easier by integrating security into the solution.

2. Keeping Ahead of Competitors

Stay ahead of competition. Be in the first row of software manufacturers who build their applications with security in mind. Any software is more welcome when it fits into existing business processes. Adding another level of data protection is always viewed as a benefit, while its lack is a serious disadvantage.

3. Expanding Into New Markets

Adding security to typical applications is a way to expand the business into new markets. For example, adding a security to you LAN communication application may open more business channels such as government and other professional market.

4. Caring About Clients

Offering security drives sales. When you offer security in your software as a bonus, your clients will feel that you really care about their well-being.

5. Reduced Costs of Development

Plugging security into your application beforehand reduces development and support time. Sooner or later you will face the necessity to add security features to your solution. The later you do this, the more code you will have to modify. Inadvertent data loss caused by insecure software may cost you significant money and lost time in courts. This will make you think about adding security anyway.

6. Software Interoperability

By adding security you will improve different software systems interoperability. Some developers choose custom data storage and exchange formats thinking that they are faster to implement. Later, it turns into additional expenses, when proper communication with other applications becomes a must. A lot of resources will be spent on changing formats or creation of data converters. The use of standard security enabled data storage formats and data exchange protocols ensures widest possible interoperability.

7. Meeting Current Standards

In order to be reliable and up-to-date, a software needs to follow current standards. One of the widespread and important standard is the requirement of software security. In the majority of industries, data protection is a must, and your software should follow these standards to be adequate to current demands.

How can our IT Security solutions help your business?

Here at ALPHGA, we can provide your business with the right IT and cyber security advice by first analysing the current security measures in place already to see where there are areas where we can improve your security.

From this we will then make and implement solutions that help your business to reduce the risks associated with cyber attacks, secure your IT systems and data from hacking, improve vigilance within your business and most of all keep your business running.

After our solutions have been implemented, we will take control of this for you going forwards to allow you to focus on other areas of your business. This will further allow you to reduce costs, save on resources and be assured that the technology your business is running is up to date, up to speed and safe from any potential IT or cyber attacks.