Managed Antivirus

Wired and Wireless Network Security Are More Complex Than Ever Before.

Computer viruses pose threats to your PHI, your financial data, your staff members’ personal information, your HR and payroll data, and more.

Your practice requires an aggressive defense on all fronts, starting with a solid dental workstation antivirus solution.

DTP knows how to prevent:

  • Cryptographic viruses
  • Spyware
  • Trojans
  • Key loggers
  • Botnets
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Dental workstation antivirus is part of an overall security suite and strategy, but it can’t be the only thing you worry about. DTP has a multifaceted approach to ensure the security of our clients. Contact us to find out what it is!
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Defend your practice against today’s sophisticated cyber threats, with DTP’s:

  • 24/7 remote monitoring that detects and blocks intrusions
  • Sophisticated antispam, antivirus, and antimalware solutions that protect your desktops, laptops, workstations, phones, and tablets
  • Firewall management that’s constantly deployed, upgraded, and patched in real time to protect you against the latest threats
  • Web-filtering solutions to protect you and your staff use the internet from any device, whether it’s wireless or wired
  • Knowledge of exceptions and whitelists to common practice management and imaging platforms
  • Remote updates
  • Remote Network Management for updates, patches, and issue remediation to ensure IT and EHR security
  • Backup and disaster recovery services so your EHRs are always secure and retrievable as required by HIPAA
  • Email security so messages and attachments are kept private, both when in transit and when in storage
  • Safe wireless networking for your authorized users, with the ability to constantly monitor and secure access points to prevent unauthorized users from entering
  • PCI compliance audits to ensure patient information is protected during credit and/or debit transactions
  • High security that an end-user couldn’t disable