New Mexico Bankers Association Endorses IP Services Cybersecurity and Managed Services for Critical Banking Systems
IP Services helps banks achieve compliance while protecting customer data by supporting and maintaining IT system availability and reliability
IT Process Institute & IP Services research cited to Congress
Congressional report relies on the cybersecurity methodologies based upon IP Services' research
The IP Services Difference
We proactively manage clients’ critical systems and applications in any datacenter. Using TotalControl™, we solve “unsolvable” IT problems; the ones that others are unable or unwilling to tackle.
Proactive security management is paramount, and our ongoing security solutions are designed to mitigate unnecessary business risks and protect your business, keeping you safe and secure, and out of the news.
Financial Services Case Study
Greycourt & Co., Inc. is an independent investment adviser with East Coast and West Coast offices servicing wealthy families and select institutions.
IP Services began its early operations as an advanced IP engineering team inside the Fortune 500 integrator, MicroAge.
The group consisted of several hundred engineers, and service and support personnel who were responsible for architecture and implementation of large enterprise and carrier-class routed networks. Today, IP Services prides itself on its people’s expertise and experience, its well-defined integrated processes and controls, and its ability to use technology to help its clients enjoy the benefits of a reliable and predictable Managed IT Services without the associated headaches and costs.
Cybersecurity breaches seem to occupy too many headlines these days. There seems to be so many attention-grabbing examples of how inadequate information, applications, and IT security can impact our businesses. There is documented evidence that security breaches can affect brand, marketplace trust, customer privacy and identity, not to mention the bottom line. The proliferation of…Read More
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link In the past few years, leaders have accepted that the human error is the biggest security risk to an organization, and organizations have responded with valuable policies and programs such as security awareness training and multi-factor authentication. Necessary, but not sufficient. Organizations must continue implementing more robust security measures, expanding…Read More
For the past two decades myself and a handful of others have been preaching the fact that organizations must look at security through a different set of glasses. For too many years we’ve been enamored with the bright shiny objects created by Symantec, IBM, Checkpoint and other technology companies where they want to keep the…Read More
By Bill Siwicki | April 15, 2016 “Healthcare entities that want to be well positioned against cybersecurity threats must know what resources they have, how those are configured, and tightly control any changes,” IT Process Institute chief executive Scott Alldridge said. IT Process Institute CEO Scott Allridge has cybersecurity advice for healthcare executives: Consider ITIL,…Read More