Security is a rapidly evolving set of jigsaw pieces in an increasingly complex puzzle. IntraSee believes that in order to be successful, security architectures need to be developed end-to-end. This workshop focuses on a holistic security solution that minimizes manual intervention and eliminates multiple sources of truth.
For most organizations the optimal balance between security and productivity has been an elusive goal. Typical stop-gap solutions continue to expose enterprise IT deficiencies. However, the maturation of authentication and authorization management technologies is providing the impetus for a new paradigm in enterprise security.
The number one way to maximize your ROI is through replacing manual processes with automated processes. Implementing an architecture that dynamically assigns members to roles, automatically creates user accounts from trusted sources and minimizes help desk support via single sign-on, will get you rapid returns on your investment. Designing security into your Internet applications can avoid costly and embarrassing theft of sensitive data.
To achieve project success, you need to have clear direction and a solid plan. This begins by soliciting input from all key stakeholders. IntraSee's workshop approach and tailored agenda help build consensus around your objectives to create a solution that meets your needs. Throughout the entire process we'll apply best practice solutions combined with innovation and pragmatism.
IntraSee's workshops are customized to our clients' needs. We offer a two-to-four-day session that generates high-level designs, strategies and project planning. We also offer deep-dive workshops that produce detailed design documents. The time frame of the deep-dive workshop varies depending on the scope of the project.
The security workshop produces a findings document which includes a high-level design along with multiple strategies and recommendations. Accompanying that document is a high-level project plan that can be used to budget, staff and plan your project.
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› Peter Senge
IntraSee provides an extraordinary depth of expertise and ability to leverage technology to meet our business needs. They bring a refreshing, personal approach to technical consulting and have enabled us to stay on track and within budget with their exceptional dedication to our project.
Cal State University at Northridge
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