Using a ‘What-If” Analysis to Reveal Security Flaws
- December 4, 2018
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When it comes to networking environments, organizations have a lot to consider these days. And often, once they have an infrastructure up and running, it’s common to think the job is “one and done” and doesn’t require any more attention. But that’s definitely not the case.
As new threats emerge, it’s critical for companies to periodically test their systems to reveal any shortcomings or mis-configurations that could lead to a compromise. One of the best approaches to this effort is to perform a “what-if” analysis.
This type of review looks at a business’ complete environment, its applications and business needs to gain in-depth insights into network traffic and identify any flaws in the design. At the conclusion of the analysis, companies receive a detailed report as well as recommendations for removing security issues.
Established in 2003, CipherEx is specialized in network infrastructure and security. The company’s goal is to help clients build a networking environment that will proactively evolve with their needs, improve the user experience, and bolster corporate security.