Information Security Solutions
Threat Analysis & Management
With the advent of web-enabled and Internet-connected services, organizations can now provide clients unprecedented access to information that makes it easier to do business and enhances the user experience immeasurably. However, this new level of access has also inadvertently empowered potential adversaries to exploit information without specific knowledge of or physical access to the organization. Enterprises and governments, in effect, are leaving the front and back doors and all those in between unlocked, creating vulnerabilities and exposing themselves to threats they never anticipated-worms, viruses, Trojan horses, “low and slow” information thefts, and many more.
Secure Tel-Com- Info Convergence
Physical security and information security – within enterprises.
In computing, virtualization means to create a virtual version of a device or resource, such as a server, storage device, network or even an operating system where the framework divides the resource into one or more execution environments. Even something as simple as partitioning a hard drive is considered virtualization because you take one drive and partition it to create two separate hard drives. Devices, applications and human users are able to interact with the virtual resource as if it were a real single logical resource. The term virtualization has become somewhat of a buzzword, and as a result the term is now associated with a number of computing technologies including the following:
- Storage virtualization: the amalgamation of multiple network storage devices into what appears to be a single storage unit.
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- Server virtualization: the partitioning a physical server into smaller virtual servers.
- Operating system-level virtualization: a type of server virtualization technology which works at the operating system (kernel) layer.
- Network virtualization: using network resources through a logical segmentation of a single physical network.
- Application virtualization: is layered on top of other virtualization technologies, such as storage virtualization or machine virtualization to allow computing resources to be distributed dynamically in real time. In standard computing, applications install their settings onto the host operating system, hard-coding the entire system to fit that application's needs. With application virtualization, each application brings down its own set of configurations on-demand, and executes in a way so that it sees only its own settings. This leaves the host operating system and existing settings unaltered.
Secure Data Optimisation
To help customers ensure their security systems with 24x7 proactive administration across the client's security services, applications and infrastructure. SecureData is also able to provide emergency SoS operational services on an ad hoc basis. Secure Data Optimisation Services span the following service touch points:
- Incident ownership
- Problem management
- Change management
- Device configuration management
- Release management
- Trend reporting
- Root cause analysis
- Patch management
- Performance tuning
- Vulnerability assessment
- Backup and recovery management
Encryption (Data, Voice, Fax)
The Integrated Voice, Fax and Data Encryptor provides communications security for users in the modern government and business environments, through the use of contemporary encryption and digital transmission techniques. These techniques give maximum protection while at the same time being reliable and easy to use. The Integrated Voice, Fax and Data Encryptor is a stand-alone encryption device, which is used in conjunction with a standard analog desktop telephone, computer system or fax.Integrated Voice, Fax and Data Encryption system can be configured to operate at relatively low speeds; it can be used to secure communications across limited-bandwidth satellite circuits, PSTN, EPABX, Extension, REX, ASCON, VSAT, and Radio Relay etc.
Access management to allow trusted identities to freely and securely interact with systems and to access information. Identity and Access Management opens the door to new ways to generate revenue, satisfy customers, and control costs.
- Credential Management: full lifecycle management and policy administration for credentials used in identity verification and assurance.
- Authentication: assure identities to a system, resource, information, or transaction based on risk.
- Contextual Authorization: Enforce access based on a specific risk and business context according to policy.
- Intelligence: rotect the integrity of identity assurance solutions by monitoring credentials and activities to ensure that credentials are used by the appropriate party and for the desired purpose.
Independent Communication Network
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Data Security & Protection
Data security and protection with secure online storage and privacy, protected by encryption and multi-level passwords.
According to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (and other sources), security breaches typically result from one of the following seven causes:
- Unintended Disclosure: Someone in or affiliated with your organization inadvertently posts private or sensitive company or customer information on a website (e.g., Facebook or a blog) or in an email, fax or letter.
- Hacking or Malware: Unauthorized individuals gain access to your computers or servers (often due to inadequate firewalls or weak passwords) and steal or corrupt data by using malicious software programs known as malware.
- Payment Card Fraud: Information is stolen from a point-of-service credit card or payment terminal.
- Bad Employees: Someone who works for you intentionally steals or leaks sensitive information.
- Lost, Discarded or Stolen Paper Documents
- Lost, Discarded, or Stolen Mobile Devices (e.g., laptops, smart phones, flash drives, CDs, etc.)
- Stolen Computers or Servers
Digital Asset Management(Remote & Fixed)
Digital asset management (DAM) consists of management tasks and decisions surrounding the ingestion, annotation, cataloguing, storage, retrieval and distribution of digital assets.
Infrastructure Life Cycle Management
Infrastructure Lifecycle Management (ILM) is a term coined by the real estate sector. It covers the management of all core processes around planning, construction, operation, maintenance and commercialization of buildings or property.
Senior Management Closed Loop Security
Mechanism whereby one party verifies the purported identity of another party by requiring them to supply a copy of a token transmitted to the canonical or trusted point of contact for that identity.
Risk Assessment and Threat Analysis
PTA Risk Assessment Tools and Technology are the best in analysing Practical Threats and mitigating risks that can cost any organisation millions of rands. These tools helped us to develop an excellent working relationship with our clients and they are one the best to secure systems and applications according to their specific functionality and environment.