One way to protect your computer is to install a firewall, which keeps intruders from sneaking into your computer and accessing your private data. Protect yourself and your family ... with help from RYCOMM.
Connecting your business to the Internet promises many benefits: near-instant communication with clients and vendors nationally and internationally, access to immense information resources, the ability to offer access to internal data systems regardless of machine type and even an inexpensive alternative to wide area network links.
Unfortunately, adding access to the Internet also opens you to risks from the outside world. Emerging technologies such as Java only add to the confusion, making the job of protecting your data even more difficult.
RYCOMM can has the knowledge and expertise to help you provide complete access for your users and clients without jeopardizing the information systems critical to your organization's success. We offer strategies to quantify your risk, create network security policies and protect your assets.
From the most basic screening routers, to ultra-secure Internet Firewalls, we'll show you how to minimize the risk and limit your exposure to these often malicious attacks. If you haven't given any thought to this vulnerable area of your networked systems, now is the time you should.
If you have been using the Internet for any length of time, and especially if you work at a larger company and browse the Web while you are at work, you have probably heard the term firewall used. For example, you often hear people in companies say things like, "I can't use that site because they won't let it through the firewall."
If you have a fast Internet connection into your home (either a DSL connection or a cable modem), you may have found yourself hearing about firewalls for your home network as well. It turns out that a small home network has many of the same security issues that a large corporate network does. You can use a firewall to protect your home network and family from offensive Web sites and potential hackers.
Basically, a firewall is a barrier to keep destructive forces away from your property. In fact, that's why its called a firewall. Its job is similar to a physical firewall that keeps a fire from spreading from one area to the next. As you read through this article, you will learn more about firewalls, how they work and what kinds of threats they can protect you from.