Cyber defense resiliency Security Architecture and Engineering are designed to help clients establish and maintain a holistic and layered approach to security. Adequate security requires a balance between detection, prevention, and response capabilities, but such a balance demands that controls be implemented on the network, directly on endpoints, and within cloud environments. The strengths and weaknesses of one solution complement another solution through strategic placement, implementation, and fine-tuning.
With an ever-evolving threat landscape, it becomes a necessity to assess the current state and define an adaptive and evolving cyber security posture for your organization.
Artificial intelligence (AI) for cyber security
AI's ability to analyze massive data with lightning speed means that security threats can be detected in real-time or predicted based on risk modeling. As AI reaches new frontiers, there must be a framework for ensuring AI is accurate and ethical.
Next-generation SIEM solutions like IBM QRadar, Splunk, Azure Sentinel, etc.
Shadow IT - SaaS ApplicationsThe use of applications without the approval of the IT team creates room for serious information security risks as the organizations lose control over their enterprise data which is residing in the cloud. There is no control over the following
- Applications used by users within the organization
- Enterprise data being uploaded to unauthorized or un-secure portals
- Installation of unauthorized apps
- Access to unsecure apps
- Programs downloaded from unauthorized or un-secure portals
Shadow IT - SaaS Applications
Lack of Security
ZScaler CASB Azure MCAS McAfee CASB
Cyber security is the practice of defending computers, servers, mobile devices, electronic systems, networks, and data from malicious attacks. It's also known as information technology security or electronic information security.