IT Services

Network management and security

Information Technology Network Services

IPCS assists clients in the information technology network services architecture, design and implementation. Our range of services include gathering requirements, evaluating, designing, implementing, and supporting network (LAN, MAN, WAN, VPN) technologies that will enable the organization to work effectively and productively.

Our Network Architects/Engineers bring extensive experience in:

  • Defining, documenting and implementing strategy, direction and architectures for network environments. This requires extensive and broad functional experience with switching, routing, firewall, VPN, and network management systems across a wide range of complex architectures.
  • Researching, designing, planning, and implementing new network technologies into current operating environments.
  • Looking for ways to provide enhancements to existing network services. Making recommendations, defining ROI, and implementing these improvements using an accepted change control methodology process.
  • Defining and following standards and best practices for network design, testing, and implementation methodology.
  • Engineering, configuring, deploying, fine-tuning, monitoring, maintaining, upgrading, troubleshooting, supporting and repairing complex networks.
  • Knowledge of appliances for compression, load balancing, and wireless.
  • Creating repeatable, reliable, scalable network architectures, with fault tolerance, performance tuning, monitoring systems, statistics/metrics collection, and disaster recovery.
  • Supporting Windows products systems/applications on networking technologies.

The majority of our Network Architects/Engineers have a Master's Degree in engineering/network management and bring 10-20 years of experience including experience working on Government projects. They possess Certifications such as CCNP, CCIE, CCDP, CCDE, and CCNA Security. Some of them also have ITIL/SCRUM Certifications.

Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP)

COOP is defined as the development, maintenance, testing and training of documentation, plans, policies and procedures that are required to mitigate potential impacts and restore normal operations to organizations impacted by human-caused or natural outages or disasters.

Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP)
DRP is a component of COOP and focuses specifically on the restoration of technical resources required to support essential business functions.

IPCS COOP practice assists agencies in the following activities or initiatives:

  • Developing of all-hazards planning documentation
  • Conducting risk analysis
  • Conducting business impact analysis
  • Developing or providing data protection, recovery, off-site storage and restoration services
  • Conducting recovery exercise training and support, and
  • Providing or planning for recovery site services.

Our COOP subject matter experts bring extensive experience in design, development and facilitation of testing for the following in the Virtual, Client/Server, Mainframe or nTier environments:

  • Business Continuity Planning (BCP)
  • Continuity of Operation Planning (COOP)
  • IT Disaster Recovery Plan

IT Security Review and Compliance Audit

IT security is not a one-time activity, it is an ongoing process. New vulnerabilities affecting infrastructure components and system applications are discovered almost daily, and business requirements constantly change, causing existing system configuration to undergo modifications and new components and applications to be introduced to meet the new demands. These types of changes and new introductions may also introduce vulnerabilities that were previously non-existent. Consequently, periodic audit of information systems are required to be carried out to ensure security.

IPCS assists clients in conducting comprehensive IT security audit, evaluating existing IT security policies and practices in relation to current industry standards and best practices. This includes:

  • Vulnerability assessment (risk of intrusion into the system).
  • Compliance testing to determine whether client policies have been properly implemented and are currently operating.
  • Penetration testing to ascertain whether systems could withstand attacks from a malicious hacker.
  • Application controls review with respect to data processing and user access security.

Our SMEs work with appropriate client departments, teams and stakeholders in conducting such IT security assessments to deliver such reports on the IT security audit and penetration testing and results of performance system applications reviews.

IPCS Software Technology Platforms

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