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COVID-19 SERVICE UPDATE

During these challenging times, we send you and your families our best wishes.

Having supported Macs for over 30 years it has taught us that Mac issues do not respect lockdowns or global pandemics, they just happen regardless.

At Dejac we are determined to maintain our high standards of support to the Mac business community whilst abiding by the UK government’s social distancing guidelines. This can be achieved in several ways including helpdesk Mac support, remote consultancy and doorstep collections for repairs.

Please get in touch if there is any Mac issue you would like us to address on 01494 809551 or [email protected]

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Notes to help you complete the Zyxel Security Audit (Sept 2018)

Notes to help you answer the Zyxel Security Questionnaire

Q1: Do you have a VPN? - VPN = Virtual Private Network - this gives remote users the ability to securely access your network (eg. servers & printers) when out of the office.

Q2: Do you use a Firewall? - If you are using the router that broadband provider supplied (or one that cost less than £250) then answer “no” as it isn’t a true firewall.

Q3: Have you configured security policies? Answer “no” again if you are using a router that your broadband provider supplied (or one that cost less than £250).

Q4: Is your network on a multi-WAN? Answer “no” if you only have the one broadband connection.

Q7: Are you using the Firewall for managing WiFi? Answer “no” if you are using a router that your broadband provider supplied (or one that cost less than £250).

Q9: What are your current threat management features? Select one or more of the four categories that you know are being monitored currently. E.g. If you email is hosted elsewhere and you have anti-virus running on your Mac (and everyone else's) then you can select “Anti-Virus” & “Anti-Spam”

Q10: Have you installed anti-virus endpoint solutions? Do you have any anti-virus software installed on all computers within your network?

Q11: Do you apply regular security updates? Do you apply the Apple Security Updates when prompted by your Mac.