Why is Platform-Based Architecture the Future of Cyber Security?

As technology is growing, the need of the hour is to have a strong measure to protect the data and IT infrastructure of the Organizations. 

Without a second thought, cybercriminals can expose information, weaken the systems, and stop the operations of the companies, resulting in major business losses. Also, cyber hackers can target IDS and firewalls easily and have control to enter the network, causing serious damage to the organizations.

The problem of cybercrime gives rise to the need for platform-based architecture.

What is Platform-Based Architecture?

Platforms are becoming a dominant force in business and software architecture in the cybersecurity world. Regardless of where you look across government, commercial, health, or defense, organizations are using platform-based architectures to safeguard themselves from cyber attacks.

How Does it Help Organizations?

By giving protection, platform-based architecture is the key to protect the entire IT infrastructure of the organizations, blocking attacks before damage can be caused.

Every organization must be able to forecast and block unknown authorities to deliver consistent protection across the entire IT infrastructure.

Moreover, large enterprises, as well as small businesses, must adopt a consolidated cybersecurity system to protect their most critical assets from advanced cyber attacks.

Benefits of a Platform-Based Architecture?

  1. Increases entire security.
  2. Increases operational efficiency.
  3. Automates security across all execution points.
  4. Stop unknown and known zero-day threats in real-time.
  5. Lessens total cost of ownership.
  6. Offers full visibility into an organization’s threat posture with a single, unified, and consolidated view.

A Comprehensive Approach To Protect Yourself from Next Big Attack

Security teams are overwhelmed with tools and data that show vulnerabilities across their organizations but these don’t provide a clear roadmap of how to allocate scarce resources to reduce risk efficiently.

Moreover, employing a number of vendors can be quite risky, time-consuming, and hectic. 

Using platform-based architecture to improve the overall security posture of the company can save tons of time and money at the same time. 

The platform-based model provides an external assessment of your applications to identify vulnerabilities embedded in code and infrastructure that could be used to hijack the application and steal data. 

The application assessment gives you an AI-based cyber risk score for the application and management platform to identify, prioritize, exploit safely, and mitigate all vulnerabilities found. 

Depending on your application, it can be used for self-assessment or for external assessments that include Vulnerability Assessment, Penetration Testing, and Business Logic Assessment.

Do You Need a Platform-Based Architecture? We Can Help

TAC Security combines the widest view of vulnerability and risk data across the enterprise to create insightful cyber risk scores. The power of artificial intelligence and user-friendly analytics helps you measure, prioritize, and mitigate vulnerabilities across the entire IT stack.

Our Enterprise Security in One Framework is the next generation, a risk-based vulnerability management platform for forward-looking security organizations.

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