The technology and business landscape is changing in cybersecurity. Traditional techniques for protecting your systems and data are no longer enough. All businesses are at risk with cybercrime becoming a big business with services like Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) becoming a reality.
The good news is that significant advancements in cybersecurity are now available and can be combined into a next-gen integrated security framework. This framework could include a wide variety of next-generation security solutions, with the following four providing a strong foundation for success.
Security Vision and Trends Review
Developing an effective IT & Cyber Security strategy is challenging. Staying abreast of the current risks, tools, and mitigation techniques is even more difficult. Security risks are constantly evolving and changing. Costs related to a security breach have a much larger impact than most organizations realize.
Data Perceptions’ Security Team lives in this IT security ecosystem. Our industry experts will lead a collaborative discussion with your key security stakeholders to review your current vision for IT security and help you understand the impact of industry trends and directions.
This workshop-based review provides a forum to discuss development of a security vision and strategy with respect to current cyber security trends. It covers a broad spectrum of current cyber security industry trends and helps identify what is most relevant to your organization.
This is a relatively short engagement compared to a full security assessment. It is focused on high level discussions of the most important aspects of cyber security needed for improving your security posture.
This review provides a summary of relevant security trends and collaborative recommendations for potential roadmap items.
When making improvements to security operations, consider a combination of people, process, and technology. Security operations digital transformation needs to ensure that the design and architecture fit operations well.
Security Assertion Markup Language, or SAML, is a standardized way to use a centralized directory of users, like Azure Active Directory, to securely allow access to external applications and services.
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