Cyber Security & Network Security | Iron Bow

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Cyber Security

Cyber security options to protect enterprises continues to evolve at a rapid pace.  Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is emerging as the preferred method to ensure the security and integrity of data and systems accessed on-premises as well as from the cloud. ZTA encompasses many traditional defense in depth approaches and adds integration, automation and orchestration that makes the overall solutions feasible for the end user and operations staff.

Iron Bow recommendations take the customer use cases and pillars of ZTA into account to provide the best cyber security solution for clients that will meet their current needs and ensure that their security roadmap allows existing cyber security appliances to easily integrate into new solutions as they mature.

User Identity – providing strong verification of the user with dynamic reauthentication based on the sensitivity of resources that are being accessed including Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and Privileged Access Management (PAM), governance and authentication database normalization.

Device Identity – providing identification of an approved asset and validation of the security posture maintained on the endpoint to protect against malicious attacks as well as provide threat visibility into the actions on the device.

Network Access and Protection – providing access to sensitive applications and data across the network at a granular level while remaining focused on operational usability for end users and IT staff.

Application Security – controlling access to applications as granularly as possible from an end user and machine to machine perspective with microsegmentation concepts.

Data Security – limiting access data to only authorized users and machines is key to protecting data.  Additionally, monitoring access to the data to understand data access behavior and trigger alarms on abnormal data access.

Monitoring and Analytics – providing insight for tool selection and integration to provide a cohesive view of the security posture of the environment, pinpoint potential vulnerabilities and identify the root cause of issues and attacks when they arise.

  • Threat Visibility – provide visibility into traffic traversing the network to obtain a baseline of normal traffic flows and, from that baseline, be able to detect misconfigured devices and malicious attacks.
  • Remediation and Response – the possibility of malicious attacks entering the network will always exist. It is critical to have the security tools in place before attacks happen to speed response time.

Programmability (Orchestration + Automation) – combining the functionality of similar products to create dashboards and enable a single action to be implemented across multiple products.

Vulnerability Assessment – providing a review of the network and security infrastructure and investigating potential vulnerabilities within the infrastructure.

Breach and Attack Simulation – providing a means to automate the testing of tools and appliances used within the security infrastructure to be tested for efficacy of attacks by leveraging the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by real adversaries. When a security gap is found, the configuration can be updated proactively.

Zero Trust Assessment – after gaining an understanding of the current cyber security infrastructure and current and future business requirements.  This information is then tied into a workshop to provide an overview of the relevant technologies to gain a better understanding of the best technologies to use.

Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) – creating solutions that leverage clearly defined and approved approaches to support specific U.S. government security requirements.

Policy Enforcement/Risk Management Framework – develop, automate and enforce authentication and authorization policies to control system and application access.

Cloud Security – meet compliance requirements and apply technical solutions that provide frameworks that can be used to ensure cloud solutions are secured.

Artificial Intelligence – there are too many tools and too much data to be effectively analyzed by hand. AI can shift the paradigm from investigating the past to reacting to the now and predicting the future.

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  • Cloud
  • Collaboration
  • Cyber
  • Data
  • Digitization
    + IoT
  • Managed
  • Mobility +
    End User Devices
  • Networking