Flexible Service Model

Our philosophy at icorp includes having a “Flexible Service Model” which we can adapt to your special requirements using measurable goals that help us satisfy the expectations stated in the SLA—all without sacrificing technical and economic competitiveness.

The ability to easily transform our generalized services into tailored, turnkey solutions has become one of the most important competitive benefits that icorp offers.

Combining leading network security solutions that can offer the highest level of integration and security in a single platform. FortiGate is known over the world for providing unified threat management in a single device that uses a proven and consolidated security architecture.

Control server and desktop security using a web console that is powerful yet simple to use. Recognized by Gartner as a leader in protection for endpoints and mobile data, McAfee offers an assortment of smart solutions that are simple and secure and unmatched elsewhere.

The topic of cybersecurity encompasses sets of standards, procedures and tools whose aim it is to ensure the availability, integrity, confidentiality and proper use of information that resides in an information system. Achieving security in a networked environment requires being able to identify and eliminate vulnerabilities.

These procedures include defining hours of operation, restrictions based on location, approvals, denials, user profiles, emergency plans, protocols and anything else necessary that allows a good level of security while also minimizing the impact upon the organization and the worker, and especially the impact of using applications developed by the programmers.

The rapid growth of information technology has brought with it an exponential growth of cyber threats that businesses must address. Included among the most obvious risks are computer fraud, espionage, piracy, hacking, sabotage, stealing computer services, resource saturation, and data theft, among others. But there are other risks associated with cybersecurity such as low productivity, misuse of resources, accidental leaks of confidential information, copying of information onto unauthorized media, damage to the corporate image, non-compliance with regulations, and the unnecessarily high demands often put on support personnel.

Cybersecurity is designed to protect information assets like:

IT Infrastructure

It is fundamental for warehousing and managing information, as well as for the very functioning of the organization. The role of cybersecurity with regard to IT Infrastructure is to ensure that the equipment is working properly, and to anticipate faults, theft, fire, boycotts, natural disasters, power failures or any other factor that might threaten the infrastructure.


They are the people who use the communications infrastructure and who manage the information. The system must have overall protection so that its use by users does not raise doubts about the vulnerability of data during its handling or storage.


It is the most important business asset and resides in the IT Infrastructure and is utilized by users.

Threats to information systems can be caused by:

  • Users

    The biggest source of problems for cybersecurity are the users and that is mainly because of failing to handle permissions and restrictions adequately.

  • Malicious software

    Such software is meant to adversely affect or otherwise misuse system resources. They often open the door to intruders and they sometimes directly alter business data.

  • Programming Oversights

    These are oversights in the software design that are often exploited by hackers in order to get access to a system.

  • Intruders

    These are people who gain access to information or programs for which they are not authorized.

  • Accidents

    Accidents can result in the loss of materials, files or information.

  • Internal Technical Staff

    It sometimes happens that disgruntled staff, after suffering some internal dispute, labor issue, or layoff, choose to alter or steal information for reasons of profit or espionage.

  • Electrical or logic faults

  • Natural Disasters

The different levels of security are:

Perimeter security is a barrier that protects the internal network from external threats that come mainly from the Internet. Normally such security is composed of dedicated physical devices that control all data traffic into and out of the enterprise network. These devices have advanced security features that allow control over any type of cyber threat, and are accompanied by tools such as VPN that external users can use for secure access.

Perimeter security devices can be integrated with logging tools that provide detailed reports concerning Internet usage patterns and detected threats.

Endpoint security software detects and eliminates malicious code that is already within the network. Usually these threats reach the internal network because of user actions like installing unapproved software, using USB storage devices, downloading malware, or opening email from unknown senders, among other things.

Endpoint security is based on having agents that are capable of detecting a wide variety of security threats. These agents are installed on user computers and servers and are usually referred to as antivirus software. Enterprise solutions include having centralized user interface consoles from which hundreds of agents can be managed, and which include displays that can quickly provide a comprehensive overview of the secured environment.

A third layer of security is data protection. In other words, protecting intellectual property and any other confidential information that might be inadvertently or purposefully leaked to unauthorized users. This security layer is based on robust solutions that implement data protection policies wherever data is found—in the cloud, on site or at the endpoints.

Enterprise solutions feature a centralized management console from which data protection policies are implemented, managed and updated. They also provide visualization though a graphical, windowed display and tools for report generation.

The main benefits of deploying a security solution are:

  • Protection against any type of cyber-threat.
  • Protection of proprietary information and other important business data.
  • Increases user productivity.
  • Optimizes network resources and Internet bandwidth.
  • Increases immunity to security threats so that business operations may continue.
  • Helps protect the corporate image.
  • Saves costs by having centralized security management.
  • Prevents data loss due to security incidents.
  • Technical assistance also available directly from the supplier.

We are certified by the supplier.

Turnkey projects

We work in conjunction with your IT staff to deliver turnkey solutions that meet your business objectives by enabling the efficient use of resources. We help you to integrate and set solutions in motion so that your IT staff can better concentrate their efforts on developing business strategy instead of spending their time with maintenance and operations.

We are certified by the supplier.