Infrastructure Security Solutions

Perimeter security is no longer enough.
Arm yourself with industry leading innovations to prevent,
detect, monitor and recover from threats.

Next Generation Firewalls

Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFW) are part of a third generation of firewall technology, combining a traditional firewall with other network device filtering functionalities, such as an application firewall using in-line deep packet inspection (DPI), and an intrusion prevention system (IPS).
Our Engineers will help you find the best Next Generation Firewalls for your organization.

IT Compliance

We live in a technologically driven world with serious risks in the IT department. Security comes first and when you are part of a certain highly regulated industry such as Healtchare, Financial or Retail you will have to respond to questions from the regulators. Our engineers will help you structure your IT compliance environment to minimize the chances of getting fine by the auditors. Wether is HIPAA, GLBA, PCI DSS or FISMA our security and compliance team will put together a plan to analyze your risk, monitor your data, create reports and reduce vulnerabilities from your desktops to your Data Center.

Email Security

Xpro provides end-to-end protection of your business email. Inbound filtering protects against spam, viruses, and phishing attacks. Outbound filtering prevents data leakage and automatically encrypts sensitive data. Advanced Threat Protection blocks advanced zero-hour attacks. Cloud archiving ensures compliance with retention policies, and cloud backup protects you from accidental or malicious data deletion.

Enterprise WiFi Security

WiFi signals can traverse the physical walls of your organization presenting a new risk for your environment. We understand how important is your private information and our engineers can help you implement a secure WiFi environment to stay secure and in compliance.
We can keep all your wifi protocols and products up to date. WiFi technologies are one of the most growing and changing protocols in the IT market due to how often is exploited. WiFi networks needs to be monitored closely to understand any deviation from your normal user behavior.

Desktop Security

Xpro Networks engineers embrace the classic adage, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." We can help your business secure, maintain, monitor, and mitigate the risks of working in an online environment. Since 2008, we have developed and deployed industry best practices and tools to help keep your desktop and network environment secure, monitored, backed up, and in compliance. 

Data Encryption

Different levels of data encryption are need it to safeguard your organization's data. Email, storage, network and remote access have to be encrypted to prevent Data leakage, due to plain data runs accross your several systems. Along the years our engineers have tested many encryption techniques for every level of data access. Email encryption, Storage encryption, VPNs, are some of the most common encryption techniques in the market. Ask to our engineers what should your organization implement to safeguard your data and we will design a strong plan aligned to your needs and to remain in compliance.

Server Security

Xpro engineers will clasify your servers based on Risk,  and Data Clasification, and mission critical, then we apply best practices to conform with Industry Standards and Compliances.
Our Server professionals will review your server processes and remove extra software and services.
We keep your servers running clean, monitored, audited, backed up and up to date to minimize attacks.

Network Security

Xpro Network Security plans consists on a set of policies and practices to prevent and monitor unauthorize access, misuse, modification or denial of a computer network and network accesible resources.
Our engineers will help you to design, implement, monitor and mitigate attacks from malicious sources. we not only pasively monitor your network, we also actively and proactively work within your internal and remote networks reducing the risk of ARP poisoning, VLAN hopping, SQL injection, DDoS and many other cyber attacks techniques. Xpro reporting tools will help you to stay secure and in compliance at all times.

Compliance

Our IT complaince specialists and auditors are trained in a variety of industries such as Financial, healthcare and retail markets. We are part of some highly recognized associations to stay up to date with regulations and market changes. We help a variety of companies with their IT compliance aspects wether your company needs to validate your internal controls and to businesses seeking to enhance their marketplace credibility by using best practices and validating them with internal compliance audits.
The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), also known as the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999, is an act of the 106th session of the United States Congress (1999-2001). The GLBA primarily sought to "modernize" the financial services system – that is, to put an end to the regulations that prevented banks, brokerage firms, insurance companies and other financial services organizations from merging.

The removal of these regulations, however, significantly increased the risk that financial institutions will have access to huge volumes of personal information without any restrictions on its use. After the adoption of the law, financial companies can merge, which gives them the opportunity to consolidate, analyze and sell their customers’ personal information. In view of this risk, the GLBA included three major requirements for the protection of individuals' personal data. These three integral pieces of the GLBA are called the Financial Privacy Rule, the Safeguards Rule and the Pretexting Protection, and they reflect the policy of the Congress that each financial institution has an affirmative and continuing obligation to respect the privacy of its customers and to protect the security and confidentiality of those customers’ nonpublic personal information.

The GLBA's privacy provisions only regulate financial institutions – businesses that operate in the United States and are engaged in banking, insuring, stocks and bonds, financial advice, and investing. GLBA compliance is mandatory for such organizations.

To inforce the privacy requirements of the GLBA, a formal U.S. government interagency body – the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) – has been given an authority to develop and provide guidelines for GLBA compliance. To give more direction in meeting the policy goals in the GLBA, the FFIEC published an IT Examination Handbook that provided further information about security safeguard standards, and also served to ensure that examiners work within uniform principles, standards, and report forms. The Handbook was substantially revised and expanded in July 2006.

Please note that the efforts and procedures required to establish compliance with the FFIEC / GLBA requirements may vary in different organizations depending on their systems configuration, internal procedures, nature of business, and other factors.
Xpro Compliance Auditors and Consultants use special tools hosted in our Data Center and might install some more tools in your organization to help Audit, Report, secure and support your technical Infrastructure.

Have on mind that Xpro procedures will not guarantee organizational compliance. Not all the controls that Xpro Networks can possibly offer can guarantee that your company is 100% in compliance as many other factors are in consideration to be in compliance with GLBA but we will reduce the odds of being fine from the IT perspective. Xpro Networks can customized and tailored policies and procedures for your particular environment using best practices and recognized industry standard tools.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a set of standards created by Congress that aim to safeguard protected health information (PHI) by regulating healthcare providers. HIPAA has been in effect since 1996.

It was not effectively enforced before the act called HITECH (The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act) was enacted in 2009. HITECH among other requirements added HIPAA Breach Notification Rule that requires full disclosure of any leaked PHI directly to the patients and government authorities.

Further strengthening PHI protection and issuing more precise and even more strident requirements is the Omnibus Final Rule enacted in 2013, it provides various clarifications and final modifications to the HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Enforcement Rules mandated by HITECH.

Complying with the HIPAA regulations requires all healthcare organizations to setup processes and controls that ensure security and integrity of PHI. The ability to demonstrate that PHI is secured through reliable access control and monitoring is key to ensure a successful HIPAA audit. Majority of the requirements related to the information systems is contained within the HIPAA Security Rule.
 
Xpro Compliance Auditors and Consultants use special tools hosted in our Data Center and might install some more tools in your organization to help Audit, Report, secure and support your technical Infrastructure.

Have on mind that Xpro procedures will not guarantee organizational compliance. Not all the controls that Xpro Networks can possibly offer can guarantee that your company is 100% in compliance as many other factors are in consideration to be in compliance with HIPAA-HITECH but we will reduce the odds of being fine from the IT perspective. Xpro Networks can customized and tailored policies and procedures for your particular environment using best practices and recognized industry standard tools.
Anyone who accepts credit, debit or prepaid cards over the internet, telephone, or terminals as payment; stores card data, or processes card transactions is responsible to be PCI compliant.

Failure to comply with PCI may result in fines, loss of reputation, and inability to accept major credit cards.

Appropriate policies and procedures, technical measures, administrative efforts, and physical security should supplement each other in the organization in order to ensure continuous compliance with PCI Requirements.Xpro Compliance Auditors and Consultants use special tools hosted in our Data Center and might install some more tools in your organization to help Audit, Report, secure and support your technical Infrastructure.

Have on mind that Xpro procedures will not guarantee organizational compliance. Not all the controls that Xpro Networks can possibly offer can guarantee that your company is 100% in compliance as many other factors are in consideration to be in compliance with PCI-DSS but we will reduce the odds of being fine from the IT perspective. Xpro Networks can customized and tailored policies and procedures for your particular environment using best practices and recognized industry standard tools.
Any Federal agency, its subcontractors, service providers and any organizations that operate IT systems on behalf of Federal agencies must be compliant with FISMA regulation. FISMA was signed into law as a part of the Electronic Government Act of 2002.

To comply with the federal standard, organizations first determine the security category of their information system in accordance with FIPS Publication 199, derive the information system impact level from the security category in accordance with FIPS 200, and then apply the appropriately tailored set of baseline security controls in NIST Special Publication 800-53.

Organizations have flexibility in applying security controls in accordance with the guidance provided in Special Publication 800-53. This allows organizations to tailor the relevant security controls so that it more closely aligns with their mission and business requirements and environments of operation. Replacing existing system of self-assessments and checklist procedures, latest updates to FISMA in 2014 put emphasis on continuous compliance, monitoring and mitigation, periodic risk assessment and evaluation of controls. Thus increasing the need for a proactive compliance solution.

Please note that the efforts and procedures required to establish compliance with the FFIEC / GLBA requirements may vary in different organizations depending on their systems configuration, internal procedures, nature of business, and other factors.

Xpro Compliance Auditors and Consultants use special tools hosted in our Data Center and might install some more tools in your organization to help Audit, Report, secure and support your technical Infrastructure.

Have on mind that Xpro procedures will not guarantee organizational compliance. Not all the controls that Xpro Networks can possibly offer can guarantee that your company is 100% in compliance as many other factors are in consideration to be in compliance with FISMA, NIST 800-53 but we will reduce the odds of being fine from the IT perspective.

Xpro Networks can customized and tailored policies and procedures for your particular environment using best practices and recognized industry standard tools.
ISO 27001 is an international standard that provides requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continuously improving an Information Security Management System (ISMS).

The design and implementation of an organization's ISMS is influenced by the organization's needs and objectives, security requirements, the organizational processes used and the size and structure of the organization.

Organizations implementing ISO/IEC 27001 can be formally audited and certified compliant with the standard.

The ISO 27002 standard, known as ISO17799 before 2007, is a code of practice for information security, originally based on BS7799 standard first published in 1999 by BSI. The current version of the standard was released in 2013.

ISO/IEC 27002:2013 has 14 security control sections collectively containing a total of 35 main security categories and 114 controls.

Xpro Compliance Auditors and Consultants use special tools hosted in our Data Center and might install some more tools in your organization to help Audit, Report, secure and support your technical Infrastructure.

Xpro Networks can customized and tailored policies and procedures for your particular environment using best practices and recognized industry standard tools that will help that your organization can acquire a ISO/IEC 27001 certification.
All public companies in the U.S. are subject to Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) compliance without exceptions. SOX compliance requirements also apply to overseas operations of U.S. public companies and international companies listed on U.S. exchanges.

SOX requires all listed companies to adopt Internal Controls over Financial Reporting (ICFR) and establish internal auditing of the adopted ICFR. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act does not provide any specific recommendations for implementation of internal controls; instead, it requires organization to adopt a “recognized control framework”.

Xpro Compliance Auditors and Consultants use special tools hosted in our Data Center and might install some more tools in your organization to help Audit, Report, secure and support your technical Infrastructure.

Have on mind that Xpro procedures will not guarantee organizational compliance. Not all the controls that Xpro Networks can possibly offer can guarantee that your company is 100% in compliance as many other factors are in consideration to be in compliance with SOX but we will reduce the odds of being fine from the IT perspective. Xpro Networks can customized and tailored policies and procedures for your particular environment using best practices and recognized industry standard tools.