Which Back-end Servers are your Golden Goose?
Basic Hop Sphere Radius Options
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Updating O/S on Internet
Nefarious Internal User
Our Internal Solution
Allow only local Ethernet connections or contain connections inside the Data Center. Most back-end servers do not need direct access to the Internet or the entire internal network and vice versa. Design, support and audit to ensure compliance regardless of firewall protections.
Unauthorized VPN Use
Our VPN Solution
Restrict VPN users and the Golden Goose Servers to a smaller more reasonable communications radius. VPN users don’t need global access. And locking down communications radius ensures VPN users have no/limited access to Golden Goose servers and the entire Internet at the same time.
Nefarious Authorized Users
ISP Session Interception
Our ISP Solution
Locking down a Golden Goose Server’s communications radius, regardless of firewall functions improves the security of Golden Goose Data. Keeping the Golden Goose off the radar of data gathering ISP’s makes it safer.
Terrorists and Extortionists
Virus and Malware
Our Internet Solution
Neutering the Golden Goose itself from communicating beyond its local segment, the Datacenter, VPN, ISP or distant Internet beyond your region, or nation/s keeps it safer from places where the Rule of Law makes it near impossible to protect, report or convict wrongdoers.
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Learn More About Golden Goose Security Services
Golden Goose Security, an Apalytics Corporation Service
P.O. Box 29442
Austin, Tx. 78755
1300 West Lynn St
Austin, Tx. 78703