IT Computer Security is fast becoming more important due to the increased use and reliance on computing systems, Internet and wireless technologies such as WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC.
IT Security Audit & Risk Assesment
APACMS believes the best approach to an appropriately secured network is to have a good IT cybersecurity strategy. The use of a standard antivirus and firewall simply isn’t enough to keep users protected. Attackers are constantly finding new ways to improve their methods of attack and bypass old and out-dated security mechanisms.
Good IT cybersecurity requires multiple security layers such as an antivirus containing Phishing, Potentially Unwanted Applications (PUA) and firewall protection features.
Let APACMS analyse, advise and build you superior layer of protection for you network and you’re your users.
Repairing a Damaged Hard Disk
If you were to open a hard disk drive in a normal environment, it can allow airborne dust and other foreign particles to settle onto the platter of the hard disk.
Dust and partials can caught between the hard disk’s platters and the read/write heads, causing a head crash that further damages the platters thus compromising the recovery process.
Furthermore, end users generally do not have the hardware or technical expertise required to make these types of repairs. However, data recovery companies are often employed to salvage important data.
The APACMS Guarentee
We can help to temporarily repair the damaged hard disk so that we can recovery its data and return it back to you as quickly as possible and for a very affordable price.
If your data is not recoverable there is absolutely no charge, that’s the APACMS guarantee.
Cloud Antivirus & Endpoint Protection
Cybersecurity can also be referred to as Information Technology (IT) security, Computer security or System security. Cybersecurity is the protection of computer or computing systems from threats, both internal and external. These threats can come in many forms, such forms are Virus, Worms, Spyware, Ransomware, Trojan, Rootkits, Riskware, Cookies, Adware or Phishing.
Local and or Internet based threats are known to have one of the following objectives in mind: To cause damage to your electronic data, hardware or software, to cause disruption of services and or theft of data which could be used as a ransom.