SECURITY

SECURITY

SECURITY POLICY

In business, a security policy is a document that states in writing how a company plans to protect the company's physical and information technology (IT) assets. A security policy is often considered to be a "living document", meaning that the document is never finished, but is continuously updated as technology and employee requirements change. A company's security policy may include an acceptable use policy, a description of how the company plans to educate its employees about protecting the company's assets, an explanation of how security measurements will be carried out and enforced, and a procedure for evaluating the effectiveness of the security policy to ensure that necessary corrections will be made.

TECHNOKARTS provides the Best security services in Pune that turn your complex data into decision-making insights and assist to implement them instantaneously for upsurging your business responsiveness and agility.

WE HELP ENTERPRISES DEVELOP , DEPLOY , MAINTAIN CLOUD MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC, PRIVATE AND HYBRID CLOUD ENVIRONMENTS
CAPITALIZE ON PERFORMANCE WITH PARALLEL PROCESSING

CAPITALIZE ON PERFORMANCE
WITH PARALLEL PROCESSING

CAPITALIZE ON PERFORMANCE WITH PARALLEL PROCESSING

COMPLETE SUPPORT FOR DATABASE CONFIGURATION

COMPLETE SUPPORT FOR
DATABASE CONFIGURATION

COMPLETE SUPPORT FOR DATABASE CONFIGURATION

SAFEGUARD YOUR DATA EVEN IF NODES FAIL

SAFEGUARD YOUR DATA
EVEN IF NODES FAIL

SAFEGUARD YOUR DATA EVEN IF NODES FAIL

PEOPLE, EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION'S SECURITY NEED

No two organizations have security needs that are exactly alike. That’s why your security services program should be tailored to your needs. For more than 60 years, Technokarts has been providing customized physical security solutions to meet the specific needs of large and small organizations..

WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES FOR SECURITY VIOLATIONS ?

The risk to security and integrity of personal or confidential information, Loss of valuable business information, Loss of employee and public trust, embarrassment, bad publicity, media coverage, news reports, Costly reporting requirements in the case of a compromise of certain types of personal, financial and health information