Fibre Broadband

Fibre broadband is a type of internet connection that uses fibre optic cables to transmit data. It is a more reliable and secure way to connect to the internet than traditional ADSL broadband.

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Here are some of the benefits of fibre broadband

Faster speeds
Fibre broadband can provide speeds of up to 1 Gbps, which is much faster than ADSL broadband.
Greater reliability
Fibre optic cables are less susceptible to interference than copper cables, which makes fibre broad-band more reliable.
Securer connections
Fibre broadband uses encryption to protect your data from unauthorised access.

SECUREIT can help you secure your fibre broadband service by

  • Performing a security assessment: We will assess your fibre broadband network to identify any potential security vulnerabilities.
  • Implementing security controls: We will implement security controls to protect your fibre broadband network from unauthorised access, malware, and DDoS attacks.
  • Monitoring your network: We will monitor your fibre broadband network for signs of unauthorised activity.

SECUREIT can help you develop a security plan that meets your specific needs and budget. We can also provide 24/7 support, so that you can be confident that your fibre broadband service is always secure.

Here are some additional tips for keeping your fibre broadband service secure

  • Use strong passwords: Strong passwords will make it more difficult for attackers to gain access to your fibre broadband network.
  • Keep your software up to date: Software updates often include security patches that can help to protect your network from known vulnerabilities.
  • Be careful what you connect to your fibre broadband network: Only connect devices that you trust to your fibre broadband network.
  • Use a firewall: A firewall can help to protect your network from unauthorised access.

By following these tips, you can help to keep your fibre broadband service secure.

In addition to the security risks mentioned above, there are also some specific security considerations for fibre broadband service.

  • Public Wi-Fi: Fibre broadband devices can also connect to public Wi-Fi networks. However, public Wi-Fi networks are often unsecured, which makes them vulnerable to attack. It is important to avoid connecting to public Wi-Fi networks unless you absolutely have to.
  • Modem security: Your fibre modem is the gateway to your home network, so it is important to keep it secure. Make sure that you change the default username and password, and that you keep your modem’s firmware up to date.
  • Phishing: Phishing emails are a common way for attackers to gain access to your data. Be careful about clicking on links in emails from people you don’t know.