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Cybersecurity Architecture

A consolidated cybersecurity architecture can improve overall security, prevent known and unknown zero-day threats in real-time, automate security across all enforcement points, provide complete visibility into an organization’s threat posture, and reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) while increasing operational efficiency.

Cybersecurity Architecture

Building a cybersecurity program for the future in a rapidly evolving threat environment means taking proactive steps and making informed decisions. We define your cybersecurity architecture using our tested methodology and industry best practices. A robust Cybersecurity architecture is crucial for several reasons:

1. It takes into account the organization’s goals, policies, business needs, and existing technology.
2. It helps security professionals identify the security controls that are required to protect an organization. It helps determine how security controls will be managed and implemented.
3. It assures that the main network architecture of your organization, including its most sensitive data and critical applications, is fully protected against any present or future threats or security breaches.
4. It helps businesses adhere to more stringent regulations regarding data privacy and aids in general information management practice.
5. It is the foundation of an organization’s defense against cyber threats, and ensures that all components of its IT infrastructure are protected.

It’s important to note that cybersecurity architecture is not just about external threats but also about internal ones. Many organizations are employing a “zero trust” model, which calls on verifying every request irrespective of whether the users are inside or outside the perimeter.

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