What is Security Architecture?

“Security Architecture” defines traditional IT security (firewalls, proxies, etc.) and business and information security. This also includes the organizational and relevant business services to deliver this security that is required. Security Architecture is often linked to governance in order to encompass “security management” where an organization makes decisions based on the desire to mitigate risks. Security Architecture is a holistic view of architecture framework approach which makes use of focus areas in business, information, technology infrastructure, information systems, governance, and security. These projects are typically concerned with designing a solution in pre-sales engagements, project solution design, build, implementation, and running the infrastructure-related tasks.


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