SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, INC.
Call (217) 347-5242 | Fax (217) 347-2173
Business Hours: M-F 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. CST
Closed from Noon - 1 P.M.
313 Professional Park Avenue
Effingham, IL 62401
With today’s technology, security is a growing concern for many organizations. SDS can provide security audits on your network, firewall penetration testing, and anti-virus and spam protection. Businesses like yours must protect important data from security breakdowns and hacker attacks. All computer networks are at risk. SDS offers a network security review or audit to identify currently known risks and help you eliminate or reduce risks to a level suitable for your infrastructure. To ensure that your networks are protected and/or to provide proof that your networks have been tested, we can help.
A network security review includes a basic review of all servers, ensuring each is providing the proper protection. A spot check is performed on your desktops, internet routers, firewalls, etc. We provide a list of results, including any problems that may have been discovered. If applicable, we'll also provide varying solutions to problematic issues.
This service includes all elements of the basic audit as well as a complete review of each desktop and network access point to determine proper setup. A review is also performed on policies, procedures, and internal controls. We provide a list of results, including any problems that may have been discovered. If applicable, we'll also provide varying solutions to problematic issues.
Penetration testing determines if the protective controls of a network can be bypassed. In addition, penetration testing provides evidence where vulnerabilities are exploitable. Penetration testing is characterized as either external or internal to the company network.
*To meet network security audit compliance requirements for organizations such as Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Gramm-Leach-Biley Act (GLBA), both the Network Security Audit and the Penetration Testing will be required.