Lightwell is a media design studio for museums and public spaces located in Chippendale.
They make responsive environments for exhibitions and public spaces, and story-driven media for cultural institutions, mobile devices and the web.
Michael Hill from Lightwell contacted us in mid 2014, after being referred by the Apple Store Broadway.
They had significant IT infrastructure in place, but needed to integrate the security of their existing IT systems in order to bid on a large contract for a leading multi-national in the financial services sector, where security was of high concern.
iHelp IT implemented Apple’s Mac OS X Server, using Open Directory as the core of the security measures.
The existing Kerio Control router’s VPN, the Apple Airport Extreme’s WPA2 Enterprise network (via RADIUS), and access to the various Synology NAS devices were all configured to authenticate against Mac OS X’s Open Directory. Additionally, the guest wifi network was configured to only allow access to the internet.
Access to network resources and data on servers were secured using a single directory, ensuring staff had to authenticate with their own account to access these resources, and allowing Lightwell to centrally manage security.
The solution allowed Lightwell to satisfy their client of the security of their infrastructure, and they won the contract.