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CYBER SECURITY ARCHITECTURE SERVICE

Our NCSC Certified Security Architects are vital to the success of programmes that need formal security accreditation, as well as GDPR compliance to progress into operations. Working with the project team, our consultants will advise the PMO on deliverables, dependencies and any other security risk & governance matters that will support technical delivery. Our consultants will provide advice and guidance on all aspects of Cyber Security & Information Assurance, including risk management, security aspects of design, governance, assurance management and test scoping success criteria.

 CYBER SECURITY ARCHITECTURE

A Security Architect is an acknowledged discipline, and career path in the ICT Industry. The Security Architect ensures that a unified security design that addresses the necessities and potential risks relevant to the scenario or environment is implemented. Our Security Architects have a background in systems or network engineering and have developed their skills during the evolution of virtualisation, data centres and cloud computing. Our Security Architects use a variety of reusable and consistent processes that determine the specification of when and where security controls need to be applied, and follow up with detailed advice and guidance on all aspects of information security & systems integration at multiple levels, including:

  • Enterprise Security Architecture
  • Cloud Strategy
  • Secure Information System Design
  • Cyber Monitoring Coherence
  • Technical Refresh Programmes
  • Product Evaluations & Inter-operability Studies
  • Build Reviews & Options Analysis
  • Systems Integration Planning

Whichever cloud platform you use, our Cloud Security Architects leverage deep industry expertise, market leading technologies and technical skill to help development teams ensure solutions are ‘secured by design’.

OUR CYBER SECURITY ARCHITECTURE SERVICE

Our team of cyber security experts can help in developing, designing and implementing secure architectures across IT systems, networks and applications. Our service includes consultancy support, guidance and advice on the following areas:

  • Identifying risks that arise from existing and future solution architecture design, and ensuring designs mitigate identified risks and adequate controls are applied across the solution.
  • Selecting the appropriate security products, components and technologies to meet a security requirement.
  • Identifying and solving weaknesses and major issues that occur in existing solutions and proposing alternative architecture solutions.
  • Incorporating public-sector best practice and the latest architectural frameworks, standards and protocols, e.g. TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework), MODAF (MoD Architecture Framework), Zachman, 10 Steps to Cyber Security, Cloud Security Principles.
  • Ensuring compliance with key features of relevant security architectures.
  • Applying core security technologies, e.g. access control models, encryption, authentication techniques and intrusion detection. Information about security vulnerabilities and techniques for defending against them.
  • Designing and developing documented processes for maintaining the security of a system or solution throughout its full lifecycle.

The geographical reach and quality & depth of our consultancy team enables speedy mobilisation allowing us to deliver highly flexible, cost effective, immediate, individual or team-based solutions anywhere in the UK.

HOW WE CAN HELP

 

With a strong background in working in Secure Systems Development & DevSecOps organisations, and extensive expertise in dealing with the private and public sectors, we are well placed to deliver the guidance and support required to meet the stringent requirements laid out by the UK government for information security and assurance. Get in touch with one of our experts today to find out how we can help you to develop and implement secure architectures across your IT systems, networks and applications.