The frequency, sophistication, persistence, and severity of cyber-attacks continue to increase at exponential rates. However, many technologies that until recently were considered the backbone of security architectures have now become obsolete or inadequate in the face of advanced, zero-day attacks and the gradual demise of the communications network perimeter, cloud adoption and remote working.
Against this backdrop, Studebaker Cyber works in close collaboration with institutions such as the Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU) and the United States Trade Development Agency (USTDA) to gain access to the world’s leading cybersecurity providers and emerging technologies. Based on our intimate understanding of each unique customer environment, Studebaker Cyber can assist organizations with the development of a “fit-for-purpose” security technology architecture. We are also able to facilitate acquisition, deployment, integration, and optimization of technologies across protection layers of the enterprise.
Tangible deliverables that could flow out from our Technology Architecture, Acquisition and Enablement engagement will include:
- A documented cybersecurity technology architecture.
- A formal technology management program (including favourable enterprise license agreements), technical support and corresponding Service Level Agreements.
- Periodic value-realization assessments.
- Agile technology-enablement and project management.