iShift Security Services
Our Security team will develop best practices for continuous monitoring, assessing, and optimizing of your IT environment.
Protect Your Business and Reputation
Ensure your data, workflows, and services are always secure, whether in your data center or in distributed hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
Security & Governance
A robust security and governance strategy helps you run your business well and keep it safe. It offers a level of protection against many avoidable risks: data breaches, intellectual property theft, damage to brand and reputation, and financial loss. It also ensures that you avoid the risk of being out of compliance with regulatory mandates such as PCI and HIPAA.
Our service offers the following capabilities: backup of all data at a different location from the production environment that can be restored at any time; granularity and point-in-time restore; flexible retention policy settings; snapshot and item-level retention; advanced search for eDiscovery.
We will set up a secure framework around your cloud infrastructure that will allow your employees to work together securely and efficiently from anywhere without risking a breach or other threats that may compromise your business outcomes.
Ready to get some answers from the iShift pros?
Are you faced with an essential IT project that needs implementation, but aren’t sure where exactly to start, let’s connect.
The iShift team will give you a straight answer, point you in the right direction, and provide the resources you need for a successful outcome.
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