The privacy of data is more important to people now, than ever. The constant breaches and hacks keep us always on edge about our information getting leaked. We need to stay as protected as we can from attacks on our network. There’s a solution to this problem. Firewalls are the best way to keep outside connections from getting in your network and also protects sensitive data in a safe place.

Firewalls are security devices that help protect you from attacks on your network. Firewalls act as an intrusion prevention system against Malaware and application-layer attacks. They react to attacks quickly and attentively to make sure your network is not affected by any malicious behavior. They also can set policies to better your network from being attacked or preyed on by processing quick assessments to detect the activity.

To put things into perspective, according to Ponemon Institutes report 66% of people have experienced a cyber-attack in the last 12-months. Of the same sample group, 45% of people say that their processes are ineffective at mitigating attacks. Malware is the most common virus that is talked about in today’s time. Malware is any piece of software that was written with the intent of doing harm to data, devices, or people. Back in 2009, 12.4 million people were infected by Malware. In 2018, the number of people infected by Malware increased to 812.67 million. This data shows that Malware has increased over 6,000% in a 9-year period. Given the statistics of these attacks happening, it’s hard to say that you won’t be targeted eventually (if you haven’t already).

If you operate with sensitive information in your business or personal life, firewalls are a must-have. Your information will be safely stored without worries. If you are looking for a firewall that suites you best, I’d recommend a Meraki firewall. At Ethos Dynamics we have Meraki Firewalls available for sale right now. Head over to our website to protect your network today, with a Meraki Firewall.

Before I got started working in networking, I had no idea what a wireless access point was, nor why someone would need one. After working around networking products for about two years now, I see how they can be so beneficial to use. I would like to spread the knowledge of how your business could benefit from using wireless access points. After all, having a solid connection at your business is a main priority (for most). In this article, I will explain what a wireless access point does and also how it can be beneficial to your business.
wireless access point is a device that allows wireless-compatible devices connect to a wired network. To make this simpler to understand, you must understand what the use of a switch is as well. Network switches connect together all devices (printers, computers, servers) in a small business network. You need a network switch in order for wireless access points to work. The internet connection runs into the router, the switch connects to the router, and the wireless access point is connected to the switch. The wireless access point then gives internet connection to the wireless-compatible devices.

Now that you understand the wireless access point and how they work, we can discuss how they benefit your home, or business. First, they give internet connectivity to wireless based products. Second, they do not impact the internet speed, the wireless access point will not make your internet connection slower. Third, they can support many different wireless internet users on a network. Fourth, they have a broader transmission range than regular wireless routers. Wireless access points are perfect for your business. Check out our website for New and Refurbished Meraki Wireless Access Points that would be suitable for you.

The Meraki MS210-24P is Ethos Dynamics’ Newest Arrival. This switch provides Layer 2 access switching for branch and small campus locations. Also, this includes 4 x 1G SFP uplinks and physically stacks with the MS225 to gain access to its 10G uplink.

All Meraki switches are cloud managed. This means that each customer can choose which IT functions it wants to manage in-house. Management functions can include migration, configuration, optimization, security and maintenance. Switches work in their respective assigned network. All Ethos Dynamics switches sold are unclaimed and ready to be claimed by the customer in the Meraki dashboard.

The main product features are listed below:

  • 24 x 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet RJ45 with auto negotiation and crossover detection (auto-MDIX crossover)
  • 4 x 1GbE SFP uplink
  • 2 x stacking ports
  • RJ45 Management port

Due to long lead times with the Meraki MS120-24P, and MS225-24P, the MS210-24P is the perfect substitute solution for your business.  Check for current pricing & availability in our Specials section.