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NCS Recommends SecureView For Government IT Security

Posted by Katie Callahan on Nov 12, 2019 11:12:52 AM

Securing Government Communications

Many strategies are used in protecting the security of government communications networks.

Different programs protect personal information, databases and servers, endpoints, and ways to avoid major social engineering threats.

A big focus is in protecting government networks themselves. IT administrators must accommodate potential access to various levels of secure networks, depending on the message and the need. This is known as multi-level computing.

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Topics: SecureView, virtualization, security, government

NCS Offers SecureView for Government IT

Posted by Katie Callahan on Sep 24, 2019 10:32:59 AM

Securing Government Communications

There are many ways to secure government communications, and multiple approaches are often implemented.

Programs include protecting personal information, databases and servers, locking down endpoints, and avoiding social engineering threats.

Workers for the DoD and intelligence agencies have special requirements. IT administrators must accommodate potential access to various levels of secure networks, depending on the message and the need. This is known as multi-level computing.

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Topics: SecureView, virtualization, security, government

Government IT Security Enhanced By SecureView

Posted by Katie Callahan on May 13, 2019 2:54:30 PM

Securing Government Communications

When evaluating the security of government communications, numerous strategies are used.

Programs include protecting personal information, databases and servers, locking down endpoints, and avoiding the major social engineering threats.

As a big focus is in protecting government networks themselves. IT administrators must accommodate potential access to various levels of secure networks, depending on the message and the need. This is known as multi-level computing.

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Topics: SecureView, virtualization, security, government

SecureView Is Government IT Security

Posted by Katie Callahan on Apr 9, 2019 11:23:45 AM

Securing Government Communications

The topic of ensuring secure government communications is complex, and multiple programs come into play.

Programs include protecting personal information, databases and servers, locking down endpoints, and avoiding social engineering threats.

Much effort is undertaken in protecting government networks themselves. IT administrators must accommodate potential access to various levels of secure networks, depending on the message and the need. This is known as multi-level computing.

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Topics: SecureView, virtualization, security, government

NCS Technologies Recommends SecureView Security

Posted by Katie Callahan on Mar 5, 2019 9:26:33 AM

By the Government, For the Government

The topic of ensuring secure government communications is complex, and multiple programs come into play.

Programs include protecting personal information, databases and servers, locking down endpoints, and avoiding social engineering threats.

Much effort is undertaken in protecting government networks themselves. IT administrators must accommodate potential access to various levels of secure networks, depending on the message and the need. This is known as multi-level computing.

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Topics: SecureView, virtualization, security, government

NCS Technologies Offers SecureView Security Solutions

Posted by Katie Callahan on Jan 24, 2019 10:45:35 AM

SecureView Delivers Superior Government Security

Experts understand that it takes more than a single strategy or program to ensure security for government operations.

Proven strategies include protecting personal information, databases and servers, locking down endpoints (like laptops and notebooks), and continuously training employees about the ins-and-outs of increasingly dangerous social engineering threats.

And protecting government networks takes a special strategy. IT administrators must accommodate potential access to various levels of secure networks, depending on the message and the need. This is known as multi-level computing.

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Topics: SecureView, virtualization, security, government

SecureView Security for Government

Posted by Katie Callahan on Dec 18, 2018 10:34:36 AM

NCS Is a Government Security Leader With SecureView Hardware Portfolio

Proven security strategies include protecting databases and servers, locking down endpoints (like laptops and notebooks), and educating employees about everyday social engineering threats (clicking on destructive malware on a website or answering a malicious email).

In the area of government network communications, IT administrators must accommodate potential access to various levels of secure networks, depending on the message and the need. This is known as multi-level computing.

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Topics: SecureView, virtualization, security, government

SecureView Enhances Government Security

Posted by Katie Callahan on Nov 6, 2018 2:56:30 PM

NCS Offers Choices With SecureView & Zero Client Portfolio

Strategies to thwart security threats include protecting databases and servers, locking down endpoints (like laptops and notebooks), and educating employees about everyday social engineering threats (clicking on destructive malware on a website or answering a malicious email).

Focusing on government network communications, IT administrators must accommodate potential access to various levels of secure networks, depending on the message and the need. This is known as multi-level computing.

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Topics: SecureView, virtualization, security, government

Government Workers Have Security Options

Posted by Katie Callahan on Sep 7, 2018 10:50:15 AM

NCS Offers Choices With SecureView & Zero Client Portfolio

For government employees, processes to thwart security threats include strategies to protect databases and servers in data centers, locking down endpoints (like laptops and notebooks), and educating employees about everyday social engineering threats (clicking on destructive malware on a website or answering a malicious email).

Looking at every day network communications, IT administrators must accommodate potential access to various levels of secure networks, depending on the message and the need. This is known as multi-level computing.

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Topics: SecureView, virtualization, security, government

SecureView Preferred for Government Security

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 14, 2018 1:47:30 PM

The Preferred Way to Protect Government Data

State sponsored cyber attacks on American networks and endpoints is both in the news and a daily fact of life. For government employees, processes to thwart security threats include strategies to protect databases and servers in data centers, locking down endpoints (like laptops and notebooks), and educating employees about everyday social engineering threats (clicking on destructive malware on a website or answering a malicious email).

Security officials give special attention to securing everyday network communications. To keep daily work communications private and secure, government workers access various levels of secure networks. Depending on need, workers may access different levels of communications security each day. This is referred to as multi-level computing.

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Topics: SecureView, virtualization, security, government