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5 Critical Principles of Enterprise Security
Organizations must attain a proper equilibrium between security systems to protect business-related information and allow their employees to be productive.
Why security architecture is necessary for all enterprises in the present times
Earlier, enterprises only worried about expanding their business operations to gain profits. However, now the concern of protecting enterprise data is also added to the list. And this has made security teams restless as they are constantly looking for ways to reduce these threats.
The primary purpose of this scrutiny is to curb the risk of data security compromise. Hence, the requirement for adequate enterprise security architecture is much higher now than before.
That said, organizations must also attain a proper equilibrium between security systems to protect business-related information and allow their employees to be productive and share information without any apprehension. A properly designed security architecture will help attain this balance.
CISOs play the most crucial role in explaining the security issues to their management so they can design the security protocols accordingly. Here are a few things they need to keep in mind:
- Check existing security systems against current security standards.
- Align the security architecture with the business goals of the organization.
- Improve security while also reducing TCO and cost/operational efforts.
In this whitepaper, we have analyzed the importance of security architecture for enterprises, the things you should keep in mind when designing the architecture, and how identity management fits perfectly in the scenario.