Hardware & Software
As cyberattacks become more complex, the time for transforming your hardware security is now and we are here to help guide you through it.
Designed for Your Protection.
Hardware security is vulnerability protection that comes in the form of a physical device rather than software that is installed on your computer system. Hardware security can also pertain to a device used to scan a system or monitor network traffic like firewalls and proxy servers. Our experts are armed with all the insights and intel you need to protect your IT systems.
At the physical level, hardware security means protecting your devices from tampering or theft. This is important because hardware systems can provide more robust security than software is capable of and can also add an additional layer of security for important systems.
Security Camera Installation & Set Up
Any private property or business can be the target of theft and crime, and not only will your merchandise and sensitive information be at risk, but people who work in and around the establishment will also be in danger. Our strategically-placed security cameras help protect you and your organization when mishaps occur.
Data Center Design & Build
If your organization does business online or processes/stores data, it's inevitable that you're going to need to build a data center at some point, if not already. Data centers are some of the most critical assets a company can have so it's important to choose experienced design-builders, like UnitX, that are mindful of infrastructure needs.
Operations and Maintenance
This is the bread and butter of tech support; connecting all computer components, cleaning and maintaining a computer system, identifying simple and complex hardware faults, connecting and operating a computer safely, keeping it clean and protected, etc.
Hardware security issues arise from its own vulnerability to attacks at different levels (such as, chip or PCB), as well as from lack of robust hardware support for software and system security. With the right precautions, you’ll stay safer and reduce your risk of data theft, ransomware, and other types of hacking.