Enterprise Security Architecture

Kratos SecureInfo Cybersecurity ServicesIs your organization challenged by deploying and maintaining manageable, robust and secure systems and applications? Your organization needs to be confident that your systems and applications are strong and defensible, while still supporting business objectives. 

A poorly designed security architecture can reduce the effectiveness of implemented security solutions, open the door to intruders, delay deployment of key systems, increase operational costs and jeopardize national security. 

Kratos SecureInfo helps develop sound and practical information security architectures tailored to enterprise needs. We focus on designing systems and applications with confidentiality, integrity and availability built in from the beginning. Our cybersecurity architects are also skilled at delivering security guidance and identifying hidden risks to fix deficiencies and avert disasters  when operations are well underway.

Our 4-Step Process for a Developing a Secure Enterprise Architecture 

Our four step process results in an enhanced security posture, reduced management burden and an increased level of compliance. 

  1. Understand your objectives, the unique requirements of your environment and applicable constraints 
  2. Analyze the information gathered and validate the understanding of the environment
  3. Develop a preliminary approach in consultation with your team
  4. Combine the initial approach with our extensive field experience and industry best practices to develop a sound and practical information security architecture tailored to your needs 

Experience the Benefits of a Secure Enterprise Architecture

  • Improve your security posture by ensuring critical assets are protected
  • Maximize network investments by expanding the security capabilities of existing infrastructure
  • Develop an architecture that can support integration for future deployment initiatives
  • Facilitate regulatory compliance with a strong, sustainable security infrastructure