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.
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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.
Data Perceptions is the first organization to be certified under the
CyberSecure Canada (CSC) Standard
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