I Need Infrastructure and Network Security Solutions

As the Internet continues to expand and networks become even more complex, your infrastructure security has become one of the most severe security factors. As the number of malicious hackers grows daily with the development of sophisticated and available tools, more cybercriminals are knocking at your door. You need an IT partner to act as your security guard dog to make sure they have no chance of entering.

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Make malicious hackers no match against your
secure networks.


At Intech Hawaii, we know the impact peace of mind can have on an organization. That’s why we do all we can to protect you from breaches of confidentiality, data loss and destruction, data manipulation and more. Our multi-layered approach begins with our team evaluating your current infrastructure, then we create a strategic plan to implement network security solutions and services that align with your risk tolerance, compliance requirements and goals. Through real-time monitoring from our locations in Hawaii, we’ll secure access, provide visibility and intelligence to detect suspicious activity and act before any damage takes place.

Cybersecurity Framework

Protecting Your Business

Layered Security

Cybercrime tools and methods are constantly changing. The best way to protect your sensitive data is with multiple security layers.


Compliance Services To Reduce Your Risk

Simplified Standards Compliance

How We Approach Compliance

We reduce the complexity of data security regulations by applying standardized processes and policies. Intech will assess your systems, identify vulnerabilities and gaps and provide a detailed plan of action to reach compliance. We then maintain compliance and provide ongoing monitoring and incident response.

We help businesses satisfy NIST 800-171, HIPAA, PCI, GLBA or Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and C3PAO prep. We also provide services for audit preparation, self-auditing and audit remediation.


  • Asset Management
  • Business Environment
  • Governance
  • Risk Assessment
  • Risk Management Strategy


  • Awareness Control
  • Awareness and Training
  • Data Security
  • Info Protection and Procedures
  • Maintenance
  • Protective Technology


  • Anomalies and Events
  • Security Continuous Monitoring
  • Detection Process


  • Response Planning
  • Communications
  • Analysis
  • Mitigation
  • Improvements


  • Recovery Planning
  • Improvements
  • Communications

Choosing the Right Cybersecurity Service:

Choosing the right cybersecurity company is critical. You need a partner with deep expertise in defending against a growing universe of threats. You need a partner with broad experience to fill in whatever gaps may exist. And you need a partner with valuable connections to leading cybersecurity organizations that enable you to put together the perfect mix of defenses for your unique security challenges.

The threat landscape continues to evolve, cybercriminals are becoming even more skilled at finding new ways to harm organizations of all kinds, and small businesses are not immune. Although many try to educate themselves, they’re often bombarded with numerous misconceptions about cybersecurity best practices.

Here are some of the common myths small-business owners need to be aware of to protect
themselves and their customers:

Myth 1:

My business is too small to be a target.


SMBs make up half of all cybercrime because they don’t have resources to investigate and prosecute like large businesses.

Myth 2:

I don't collect payment details, so I don't have data worth stealing.


The real question is how much is your data worth to you? Cyber criminals want to hold your data hostage until you pay.

Myth 3:

Antivirus software and a firewall alone keep us safe.


In the 1990’s this was true, but as cybercrime gets more sophisticated your protections need to keep pace.

Myth 4:

External attackers are the only cybersecurity threat for my businesses.


Only Hollywood hackers hack through firewalls, most cybercrime today leverages email, malware and insecure software.

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