Security architecture is a design philosophy that helps businesses achieve far greater security levels than otherwise brought about by traditional methods.
Aimed at introducing security at all stages of planning and design, this service provides a thorough and bespoke approach to digital protection. Most importantly, this process gives organisations the ultimate peace of mind that their information can remain secure while business objectives are met.
How can security architecture help your business?
Firstly, security architecture is a fundamental best practice for implementing security within an organisation. The ‘Secure by Design’ philosophy ensures that security is designed into solutions right from the start, reducing the burden on design and development teams down the line and ensuring security risks can be managed through the product lifecycle.
Our security architecture services
Over the years, we have worked with numerous organisations in different sectors to deliver security excellence — from upholding ongoing contracts with central government departments to providing design support for some of the UK’s most high-profile programmes.
Approaching security with a holistic view, Secure by Design triages the following core factors when delivering information security:
With this combined approach, security controls can be stronger than the sum of their parts when they support each other.
How can we help?
Our Secure by Design approach ensures that appropriate security activities are deeply embedded throughout the design and build of your technical infrastructure. This includes the security architecture, risk assessments and governance.
We are very much a people-first company which is why we tailor our security services to your organisation. This allows for a bespoke security operating model based on the following environmental factors:
- Risk appetite
- Delivery objectives
Using layered architecture principles, we can implement custom security defences from perimeter defences to defence-in-depth. We can also ensure the security measures currently running in your organisation allow it to meet recognised international security standards.