Data Center Network Security

Data Center Network Security means the security precautions taken to maintain the operational agility of the entire networked infrastructure.

Data center network security worries that clients may have can include protecting critical corporate information, guarding against data theft, proactively monitoring potential network intrusions, preempting and mitigating threats, or ensuring a site meets the latest regulatory compliance standards.

Attacks on networks became more sophisticated and are carried through, but not limited to, one of the following techniques:

  • Packet sniffing
  • IP spoofing
  • Denial-of-service (DoS) attack
  • Password attack
  • Man-in-the-middle attack
  • Application attack
  • Port redirection attack

Data center network security is critical to any business. This is why many facilities offer a menu of network security options including:

  • Managed firewall protection services
  • Managed intrusion detection and prevention services (IDPS)
  • Managed virtual private network (VPN) services
  • PCI Compliance services

Physical security is also necessary to maintain data center network security.  Data centers generally include multi-layer access controls with biometric surveillance and 24x7x365 security monitoring.