Enterprise Infrastructure

Tony Kiriluk, Manager

Office Hours
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Mon - Fri

230 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502

Phone: (775) 858-5980

 The key responsibility of the Enterprise Infrastructure (EI) division is to maintain, operate, upgrade, and protect the County’s technology infrastructure in a manner that provides all County users with consistent, reliable, and secure access to the applications, data and technology systems they need to perform their business functions.

  • Continually enhance reliability and security of the information infrastructure including:
    • Wired and wireless networks
    • Internet and intranet
    • Telephones
    • Security
    • Server and storage networks
    • County Data Center, MDF, and IDF planning and support
    • UPS system maintenance

  • Support for County fire department alerting technology including:
    • In station Fire Alarm alert systems
    • In station PA systems
    • 911 Call Center Fire Alarm activation system

  • Systems Administration including:
    • Identity authentication
    • Database administration
    • Email administration
    • Web servers
    • FTP processes
    • SAP Basis administration
    • Public/private cloud management

  • Implement and monitor Cyber Security solutions to protect County data and infrastructure assets against evolving threats including:
    • Cybersecurity awareness training
    • Firewall services for both internet and criminal justice 
    • Auditing for state and federal regulations 
    • Internal auditing of computer systems 
    • Anti-virus for desktop computers 
    • Encrypted portable flash drives 
    • Secure email outbound encryption for personal information.
    • Virtual network access for remote connectivity.

  • Install, support, and manage technology solutions designed for enhancing the physical security of County buildings and employees including:
    • Video camera systems and video storage systems
    • Door Access Control systems
    • Panic Alarm systems
    • Intrusion Detection Systems
    • Support of touch screen system and intercom technologies for the regional detention center

  • Manage system availability risks with redundancy and recover-ability operations

  • Work with County departments to understand business continuity and disaster recovery requirements and priorities, including:
    • Manage system availability, redundancy, and recovery capabilities
    • Ensure capabilities in data archiving, retention and recovery
    • Protect the County’s data with backup and recovery solutions and plans