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Enterprise Security Services

Attributes of Enterprise Security Services

To drive Enterprise Security Services (Esec), SEMAIS focus on working with the customer to structure and make visible content that describes strategies, objectives, mission and business activities, security solutions, and supporting technologies.  The Esec supports customers’ ability to articulate risks, align and allocate resources, and proactively discuss management and mitigation strategies.  With these core security principles enabled, we can deliver security services that support major enterprise security initiatives.

Supporting the mission and vision of their security requirements through the SDLC

Identify and mitigate risk and analyze evolving compliance landscape to integrate security and privacy controls.

Integrate existing risk management practices across security policies and frameworks such as ISO 27000, HIPAA, FISMA, NIST, and VA 6500.

Bring clarity to managing uncertainty concerning technology changes and digital security integration.

Fully integrate decision making processes, with active leadership support and engagement as a top-down approach.

Build upon and unite existing baseline security structure, risk management processes for cybersecurity capabilities and maturity.

Align security policies, data security, security tools, security operations, and compliance as a singular vision.

Characterize their current and target cybersecurity posture for the risk environment and enterprise architect structure.

Identify gaps in their existing cybersecurity risk management programs and identify areas where current practices may not align to the security architect and framework.

Recognize and align existing sector tools, standards, and guidelines that supports their security initiatives.

Value of Enterprise Security Services

As organizations transform, their security state of readiness must continuously evolve through an ongoing, collaborative effort between business and technology. The maturity of the Enterprise Architect (EA) reflects the varying states of governance, decision processes, integration, and standardization across the enterprise. Where processes are integrated, and enterprise information capabilities have been adopted (e.g., enterprise shared services) there will be greater efficiencies and quality improvement that can create savings and increased satisfaction with services. We deliver a centralized security management structure to keep visible content and reliable resources within a clients enterprise security model. Reducing enterprise risks is our business

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