02 August 2010

Does Your Organization Have A Robust Integrated Security Architecture Strategy?

Many organizations have ad hoc security measures in place or have implemented security procedures and technology as needed without a system wide review of what is necessary from all departments. Unplanned security architecture can leave holes in the environment that are not readily apparent or security spending can be on the wrong technologies without a full understanding of where the risk truly lies in the architecture. A robust integrated security architecture strategy is an end-to-end analysis of potential risk based on client business requirements.

Our Solution—Business Focus Beyond the Technical Domain

Your overall security and loss prevention is the focus of implementing good solutions over time.  A forward looking, detailed security architecture strategy can help you fix your current weaknesses, and anticipate or predict future risk and implement mitigation solutions. A solution will be developed that is specific to the available resources and maps closely to the business goals of the organization. Risk mitigating measures are developed with security technologies that fit the corporate framework.
To learn more send an email to James.McDonald@PST-Mail.com or call me at (877) 214-2900.

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