Security Practice | Defining Your Focus

Thinking about implementing a Security Practice for your business but not sure where to start? The first step is to define your practice focus.

Identity and Access Management helps you protect your identity and your data. Identity and access management creates a framework of policies and technologies for ensuring that the proper people within your organization have the appropriate access to technology resources. Use behavioral analytics to provide actionable insights and ensure you have a sounds approach to managing users and groups, as well as secure access to on-premise and cloud apps.

Threat Protection proactively guards against threats, identifies breaches and threats using advanced analytics, and automates the response to threats throughout your organization. These threats range from sophisticated malware to hacking-based attacks.

Information Protection focuses on managing and protecting corporate apps and data. Information protection includes mobile device management, mobile app management, and PC management capabilities. Enable your employees with access from virtually anywhere on almost any devices, while helping to keep corporate information secure and compliant.

Security Management lets you manage the security of your enterprise-wide assets with centralized tooling, and help you establish a security operations center from which to monitor and manage. Organizational assets include people, buildings, machines, systems, and information. Security Management helps you implement policies and procedures to protect these assets.

Your practice may have expertise in just one of these areas, across multiple, or all areas.