Network and Security Architecture

Ensuring Security Architecture, from the Device and the Network Up

Security should be addressed on a number of levels in order to be effective. Two of the most fundamental examples are at the network and system architecture level.

Securicon has extensive experience working with network engineers and system developers to ensure that security requirements are accurately identified in the network industrial control system layers and enterprise system architecture levels. Securicon engineers have the expertise to ensure network and system architectures include security controls that cascade for redundancy to provide for robust defense-in-depth solutions.

Securicon’s security engineers review existing network and system architectures and develop recommendations for both strengthening existing security mechanisms and compensating for any inherent security weaknesses. Whether the architecture is for a new or redesigned network or system, our engineers work with the customer to ensure that appropriate cost-effective security mechanisms are incorporated into the final network or security design.

Securicon’s engineers have a depth and breadth of experience that allows us to take a comprehensive and practical “real-world” approach that few others can match. In the case of the development and design of network or system security architecture, this background allows our team to work within the context of specific business objectives and network or system security requirements. These system-level controls ensure the system meets requirements for data confidentiality, integrity, and availability — and at the same time, builds an in-depth defense and ensures that a single misconfiguration or other vulnerability cannot compromise critical systems.

To learn more about our Network and Security Architecture Consulting services, please call us at (703) 914-2780.