What are Technical Solutions?
Technical solutions are how you keep your data secure and your business running. Cyberfort’s services provide a versatile and tailored approach to your cybersecurity challenges.
Why are they important?
Technical solutions and technical solutions architecture are vital to any modern business. Data is the way of the world, and protecting that data should be your primary concern.
How can we help you?
We’re vendor agnostic and offer a multi-layered approach to understanding your security posture, determining the ‘to-be’ state, and ensuring your entire business is secure
Cloud Security and Migration
For any organisation using the cloud, you are responsible for ensuring the security of your own data. Whichever cloud platform you choose, Cyberfort will help you introduce – and maximise – security across your entire cloud platform. Contact us
Architectural Review and Guidance
Using industry-recognised frameworks – including SABSA and TOGAF – Cyberfort’s security architects will review, improve and if needed create an entirely new security documentation framework for your business. Cyberfort is always vendor-agnostic and will only recommend products that meet your specific needs and comply with your legal and regulatory obligations. Contact us
Your network is the backbone of your IT estate. As networks transition to the cloud, it’s never been more important to ensure robust network security. Cyberfort experts will advise you on the best technical and procedural controls to get your network security right, reducing the likelihood – and potential impact – of any cyberbreach. Contact us
Cyber threats are continually evolving and growing. We work with you to identify your high-value assets and operation-critical targets; then we develop testing methodologies to ensure your security controls are working effectively. These test results feed into a Continuous Vulnerability Management (CVM) strategy that continuously tests for weaknesses and remediates issues before a breach can occur. Contact us
It’s been estimated that if an unprotected device is brought online, it will be attacked and infected within just 20 minutes – GCN