Information and technology security means protecting information and information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, perusal, inspection, recording or destruction.
The demand in today's business environment towards our clients having access to all systems, from anywhere, creates significant risks towards the protection of data. There is not a single piece of hardware or software that will solve all problems and alleviate all concerns.
BIT Security is broken down into key areas:
- Certificate Management
- Desktop and Servers
- Directory Services
- Network Security
- Physical Security
- Policy, Education and Audits
- Vendor and Client Security Requirements
Learn about security guidelines for general computer safety tips, training requirements, laws, security alerts and more by visiting cybersecurity.sd.gov. Also available on this site is a monthly newsletter on topical items like safeguarding personal data, cyber ethics, emerging trends and threats for cyber security, protecting children online, cloud computing and much more. Our BIT Blog also contains a section of articles related to cyber security and emerging threats as they occur. Check it out when you have time!