Information Security

Identity & Access Management

Identity and access management (IAM) addresses the mission-critical need to ensure appropriate access to resources across increasingly heterogeneous technology environments and to meet increasingly rigorous compliance requirements. IAM enables the right individuals to access the right resources at the right times for the right reasons. This security practice is a crucial undertaking for any enterprise!

IAM solutions allow organizations to meet the evolving needs around cloud applications and mobile devices by enabling secure access to online resources and protecting the digital interactions of employees, partners and customers with strong authentication and digital signing solutions. Enterprises that develop mature IAM capabilities become significantly more agile in supporting new business initiatives.

Multi Factor Authentication (MFA)

Multi-factor authentication ensures that a user is who they claim to be. The more factors used to determine a person’s identity, the greater the reliability of authenticity. Because multi-factor authentication security requires multiple means of identification at login, it is widely recognized as the most secure method for authenticating access to data and applications. These include a selection of PKI of certificate-based and one-time password (OTP) strong authentication methods.

MFA can be achieved using a combination of the following factors:

  • Something You Know: password or PIN
  • Something You Have: token or smart card (two-factor authentication)
  • Something You Are: biometrics, such as a fingerprint (three-factor authentication)

Our senior network & security engineers will help you to select the most appropriate authentication process and solution.

Network Access Control (NAC)

Network access control (NAC) solutions provide network visibility and dynamic role-based access management for seamless security enforcement and response across your wired and wireless networks. There is growing concern over the rise in Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) that originate from unauthorized access to local corporate networks as well as insider misuse. Relying on static passwords to protect employees’ computers and privileged workstations against unauthorized network access puts your organization at risk from insider attacks and malware.

Our information security officer will help you to design an effective network access control policy and solution.

Data Protection

Data Encryption

In order to guard against advanced threats in a complex and evolving climate of virtualization, cloud services and mobility, while maintaining regulatory compliance, organizations must increasingly rely on a data-centric approach to safeguarding their sensitive information. An enterprise encryption solution will provide persistent protection of your sensitive data at all critical points in its lifecycle.

Our information security officer will help you to select an effective data encryption solution in order to protect your sensitive information.

Encryption Key Management

Once an organization encrypts its data, enterprise security depends on encryption key management, which is the ability to generate, distribute, store, rotate, and revoke/destroy cryptographic keys as needed to protect the sensitive information with which they are associated. An enterprise encryption key management is used to centrally, efficiently and securely manage and store cryptographic keys and policies across the key management lifecycle and throughout the enterprise.

A hardware security module (HSM) is a dedicated crypto processor that is specifically designed for the protection of the crypto key lifecycle. Hardware security modules act as trust anchors that protect the cryptographic infrastructure of some of the most security-conscious organizations in the world by securely managing, processing and storing cryptographic keys inside a hardened, tamper-resistant device. A HSM excels at securing cryptographic keys and provisioning encryption, decryption, authentication, and digital signing services for a wide range of applications.

Our information security officer will help you to design an encryption key management solution and policy addressing your business needs.

Data Loss Prevention

Data loss prevention (DLP) is a strategy for making sure that end users do not send sensitive or critical information outside the corporate network. Your compliance posture and competitive advantage is closely related to the data and identity protection strategies deployed in your organization. Preventing data loss of personally identifiable information (PII) and mitigating risk is critical. From patient information and customer records to credit card numbers and employee information, organizations must ensure confidentiality.

Employing the right type of technology is imperative to mitigating and controlling these risks and ensuring compliance with data privacy laws. An effective data loss prevention/protection solution must be able to:

  • Discriminate between authorized personnel and non-authorized users
  • Keep customer data safe, even if it leaves the organization
  • Be applicable across multiple systems, locations and devices
  • Provide simple management and control of access and security

Management Systems

Security Log Management

Log data is a definitive record of what's happening in every organization, and it’s often an untapped resource when it comes to troubleshooting and supporting broader business objectives. A security log management system will consolidate and index any network, system or application logs. You can collect, store, index, search, correlate, visualize, analyze and report on any machine-generated data to identify and resolve operational and security issues in a faster, repeatable and more affordable way.

Our information security officer will help you to design a security log management solution tailored for your business needs.

Security Information & Event Manager (SIEM)

Any malicious activity or security violation is typically reported either to an administrator or collected centrally using a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) system. A SIEM system combines outputs from multiple sources and uses alarm filtering techniques to distinguish malicious activity from false alarms, to correlate events received from different sources, to prioritize and focus on critical alarms as well as to enable automated incident response.

Our information security officer will help you to design and select a SIEM solution that allows you to properly manage your security environment and that enables you to timely respond to security incidents.

Information Security Management System (ISMS)

An information security management system (ISMS) is a set of policies and procedures for systematically managing an organization's sensitive data. The goal of an ISMS is to minimize risk and ensure business continuity by proactively limiting the impact of a security breach. An ISMS typically addresses employee behavior and processes as well as data and technology. It can be targeted towards a particular type of data, such as customer data, or it can be implemented in a comprehensive way that becomes part of the company's culture.

ISO 27001 is a specification for creating an ISMS. It does not mandate specific actions, but includes suggestions for documentation, internal audits, continual improvement, and corrective and preventive action.

Our information security officer will help you to define your policies and procedures needed to set up your information security management system or to achieve your ISO 27001 certification.