six steps to take now to secure your network

June 24, 2019

Keeping a business secure is enough to make anyone lose sleep. Every day brings a new hack.  If you’re worried about cyber threats, let us help you understand the latest phishing, malware and ransomware threats and how to defend against them.

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Rohde & Schwarz

Smartphones, televisions, aircraft, cars: Millions of people all over the world use them day in, day out – but only those in the know are aware that they wouldn’t work without us and our technologies. Our measuring instruments are essential for wireless communications around the globe, for the consumer electronics industry and the automotive industry. Hundreds of TV transmitter stations and numerous air traffic control centers use our hardware. Digital mobile communications could only take off after Rohde & Schwarz, on behalf of the GSM consortium, developed the first network simulator to test mobile phones. In other words, modern life would be inconceivable without Rohde & Schwarz. Our inventions and innovations have opened up new avenues for technological advancement and helped to bring comfort and convenience to people's everyday lives. Naturally we plan to remain a key player in developing leading-edge technology in the future. And to do so, we need the brightest minds we can find.

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Spotlight

Rohde & Schwarz

Smartphones, televisions, aircraft, cars: Millions of people all over the world use them day in, day out – but only those in the know are aware that they wouldn’t work without us and our technologies. Our measuring instruments are essential for wireless communications around the globe, for the consumer electronics industry and the automotive industry. Hundreds of TV transmitter stations and numerous air traffic control centers use our hardware. Digital mobile communications could only take off after Rohde & Schwarz, on behalf of the GSM consortium, developed the first network simulator to test mobile phones. In other words, modern life would be inconceivable without Rohde & Schwarz. Our inventions and innovations have opened up new avenues for technological advancement and helped to bring comfort and convenience to people's everyday lives. Naturally we plan to remain a key player in developing leading-edge technology in the future. And to do so, we need the brightest minds we can find.

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