The best way to identify gaps in your security infrastructure is with a blueprint of what exists today to help you see areas for improvement. An expert review can also help you understand where improvements to security architecture will have the most impact.
Security architecture should be designed to provide continuous security, before, during, and after an attack. The challenge for many organisations is that the network, endpoints, and data assets in use are more complex and often not as well integrated as they could be. Developing a blueprint that identifies the assets and security controls in place provides the visibility needed to close the gaps.
Once a blueprint has been created, a review of your network security business goals, objectives, and operations requirements will clarify priorities, helping your security team identify the most vulnerable assets that need security monitoring.
You’re not in this alone. Consultants with deep bench knowledge of security controls and architecture will work onsite to build a security framework for devices and services and will provide a roadmap to design protection for key assets, as well as compliance.