and systems have become increasingly important to business organizations
in the Internet era, and companies depend greatly on these systems for
support. Yet the importance of updated security information, awareness,
and internal infrastructure procedures are seldom focused on prior to
untimely security breaches and threats. Our Security Workshops encourage
open discussion throughout all relative organizations to ensure that your
business is not in jeopardy of loss or penalties due to a lack of knowledge,
understanding of security regulations, practices, and effective infrastructure
are available to our customers to assist them with identifying their security
needs and matching them to their security related business requirements.
These workshops are usually sponsored by management and "Customized" to
support your individual business interests and industry focus. One of
the key purposes of our workshops is to address the Infrastructure Security
needs of an organization and the challenges it is faced with to deploy
The average Security
Workshop begins with:
- An educational
presentation of updated security practices and policies, cause and
effect awareness examples and the need for them, and an overview of
their importance in your specific industry and business requirements.
- Open discussion
to identify and understand:
- The nature
and priority of your organizations specific security requirements
- The current
infrastructure procedures, interactive information flow, and process
- The business
activities that are using your external connections and their
and analyze the key security components in your enterprise architecture,
effectiveness, and compliance issues
of current technologies relative to your current systems, applications,
and network environment
your current enterprise Security Policy and adherence to it
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knowledge base of relative informational security technologies has
been presented to all designated management or staff levels, identifying
your company's business requirements, and security needs.
informed discussion of your company's current security practices and
an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of all business
levels, needed to meet your business requirements.
discussions on the roles and responsibilities of all business levels,
their understanding of infrastructure processes and procedures, and
ultimately their buy in of active participation to meet your required
security implications of your future business plans and any impacts
they might have on your current enterprise architecture.
sized and scoped the future PolyCommerce security engagement project
requirements and sponsors.