Security architecture is the basis of any good cybersecurity strategy. This unified security design includes various components of business security including the tools, processes and technologies required to protect your company from external threats. At Vaultes, we aim to help businesses in all sectors build strong enterprise security architecture frameworks that quickly identify and weed out potential threats and gaps in security.
We achieve this by analyzing and identifying your current level of risk, determining best-fit solutions and being constantly on the alert for new and existing threats. While implementing security architecture can be confusing, our team of cyber security experts will guide you through the process.
Why Businesses Require Security Architecture
There are a number of reasons why many businesses are now implementing security architecture into their security framework. Security architecture can be useful for identifying potential risks and security essentials within a specific environment or scenario. Using this information, businesses can better determine where and when they should apply certain security controls. Security architecture also includes detailed security control specifications that are reviewed and recorded in independent documents. These control specifications help protect the enterprise infrastructure and its applications.
Increasing Levels Of Cyber Security Threats
Modern security risks are not the same as they once were. With the advance growth of the web and emerging technologies like the Internet of Things, companies must make an extra effort to keep their business safe from certain cyber threats. Security architecture puts a direct focus on the relationship between various components found in the IT architecture and how these components interact with one another. You will find that security architecture takes on a number of forms and typically includes a series of conventional controls, as well as principals, relationship diagrams and similar tools.
Security Controls Standardization
The biggest advantage that security architecture offers businesses is its standardization. This is what makes it a cost-effective security design due to its ability to use controls within the architecture again and again. Security controls found in security architecture are typically based on a few select factors, including benchmarking, risk management, finances and legal and regulatory compliance. By implementing our security architecture services, you can use information security controls and safeguards to better protect the integrity, confidentiality and availability of the systems and data that you use, process and store. You can also maintain compliance and build your skills and knowledge of security architecture.
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The security architecture process is made up of several phases, starting with architecture risk assessment which evaluates your business influence of assets and the level of security threats your company faces. The next phase focuses on the design and architecture of security services to facilitate risk exposure objectives. Security services can then be implemented and controlled. Finally, monitoring services are provided to look for threats and other vulnerabilities that may occur during daily processes.
Need help implementing security architecture into your business? Reach out to the cyber security experts at Vaultes by phone at 202.816.6658 or by contacting us through our online contact form to learn more about security architecture and how your business could benefit from our services.