SECURITY ARCHITECTURE ASSESSMENT
A flexible engagement through which we undertake a detailed assessment of your security architecture, from policies to technical controls.
Traditional approaches to information security are no longer adequate to protect information networks from modern threats. Threats continue to evolve rapidly and you need to take a proactive approach to protecting your information assets.
The information security architecture generally includes an architectural description, placement of security controls, security related information for external interfaces, information being exchanged across the interfaces and protection mechanisms associated with each interface.
Achieve tangible results
You need to understand what security means to you and how that translates to appropriate and proportional security architecture.
Our proven methodologies present solid security architectures to protect against the latest, most advanced threats, while providing flexible, agile environments that enable and support business initiatives.
Our approach ensures repeatability and consistency. It applies a methodology that delivers adaptive and dynamic security to support and enable all business initiatives including cloud, mobility, and bring your own device.
Ingressum’s Security Architecture Assessment
Our Security Architecture Assessment is a flexible engagement through which we undertake a detailed assessment of your security architecture, from policies to technical controls. Delivered through a choice of three service models, the outcome is a specific set of recommendations that allow you to apply your resources and controls in the most effective way to protect key assets. Combined with a remediation roadmap, the results can be used to build budget and resource plan, or simply align to an existing strategy for confirmation and reassurance.
Determining where you are, and where you want to be
As part of our assessment approach, we’ve developed an information security dashboard that summarizes the assessment outcomes, based on our security maturity level model.
Concepts of the framework have been inspired by SABSA: Sherwood Applied Business Security Architecture to assist in delivering architectures based on business-driven objectives.
The dashboard can be used to illustrate maturity across an organization, a business unit, system or simply a business application.