Infrastructure and Network Security
Infrastructure and network security are essential aspects of ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of an organization’s information systems and data. They involve protecting the underlying technology infrastructure, such as servers, network devices, and data centers, from unauthorized access, data breaches, and other security threats.
Infrastructure and network security is an ongoing process that requires constant monitoring, updating, and adaptation to evolving threats. It is crucial to stay informed about the latest security trends and best practices to maintain a robust security posture.
Firewall management is the process of configuring, monitoring, and maintaining firewall devices to protect networks from unauthorized access, malicious activities, and other security threats. Effective firewall management is crucial for maintaining a secure network infrastructure.
Operational Technology Security
Operational Technology (OT) security refers to the protection of industrial control systems (ICS), supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, and other technologies used in critical infrastructure sectors such as manufacturing, energy, transportation, and utilities.
Operational technology security requires a holistic approach that combines technical controls, process improvements, and a strong security culture. Collaboration between IT and OT teams is crucial to ensure a coordinated and effective security strategy that addresses the unique challenges of OT environments.