Design

  • Security Architecture
  • Security Baselining
  • Security Technology and Process Roadmap
  • Operationalizing Security Plans
  • Security Architecture
  • Security Baselining
  • Security Technology and Process Roadmap
  • Operationalizing Security Plans

Security Architecture is the natural next step that happens once an organization has chosen its Security Strategy.

This critical series of steps consists of making efficient and effective use of technology and supporting procedures to implement the controls needed to meet an organization’s security and compliance objectives.

To succeed in operationalization of a strategy, a deep understanding of day to day operations is required. Without it, many security and compliance projects produce devastating results to operational effectiveness and agility or worse have detrimental effects to actual cyber security.

Together with operations experience, being at the forefront of technology developments and trends is paramount to choosing the right solutions and making the best of them in support of business objectives.

Together with operations experience, being at the forefront of technology developments and trends is paramount to choosing the right solutions and making the best of them in support of business objectives.

Concretely, DESIGN means to map strategic objectives to supporting technologies and operational processes whether it’s for a new initiative or to improve on the current state. Doing so means charting technical and operational skills into components that are cohesively assembled to form a Security Architecture.