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Information Security Policy
Protecting Intellectual Property
(FSISP) Framework Science information security policy (ISP) is a set of rules, policies, and procedures designed to ensure all users and networks within our organization meet minimum IT security and data protection security requirements.
An organizational model for information security
Detect and preempt information security breaches caused by third-party vendors, misuse of networks, data, applications, computer systems, and mobile devices.
Protect Framework Science organization's reputation
Uphold ethical, legal, and regulatory requirements both in Mexico and the U.S.
Protect our client’s data and respond to inquiries and complaints about non-compliance of security requirements and data protection
Responsibilities and Duties of FS Employees
Acceptable use policies
FSISP Cyber Policy Introduction
Purpose: To mitigate risks apart from the Framework Science Security Policy and reinforce partners Security Policy
We have all Software Engineering staff work on Framework Science assigned computers so we can guarantee certainty that all work is being done with the security standards to protect our client’s intellectual property.
Framework Science Security Components
The Security Gateway combines reliable security features with high‑performance routing technology in a cost-effective unit.
Powerful Firewall Performance: The Security Gateway offers advanced firewall policies to protect your network and its data.
Convenient VLAN Support: The Security Gateway can create virtual network segments for security and network traffic management.
VPN Server for Secure Communications: A site-to-site VPN secures and encrypts private data communications traveling over the Internet.
QoS for Enterprise VoIP and Video: Top QoS priority is assigned to voice and video traffic for clear calls and lag‑free, video streaming. The Security Gateway is deployed in the same manner as Access Points for wireless networking. Use the intuitive Controller to conduct device detection, provisioning, and management.
Detailed Analytics: Use configurable reporting and analytics to monitor large user groups and expedite troubleshooting. Advanced search and sorting capabilities make network management more efficient.
Multi-Site Management: A single Controller running in the cloud can manage multiple sites: multiple, distributed deployments, and multi‑tenancy for managed service providers. Each site is logically separated and has its own configuration, maps, statistics, guest portal, and administrator read/write and read-only accounts.
LAN/WLAN Groups: The Controller can manage flexible configurations of large deployments. Create multiple LAN and WLAN groups and assign them to the respective devices.
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GOLDSMITH 40 COL. POLANCO, CIUDAD DE MÉXICO 11550
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Tijuana, Baja California 22010
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