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Hands-On Cybersecurity for Architects

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Learn
  • Understand different security architecture layers and their integration with all solutions
  • Study SWOT analysis and dig into your organization’s requirements to drive the strategy
  • Design and implement a secure email service approach
  • Monitor the age and capacity of security tools and architecture
  • Explore growth projections and architecture strategy
  • Identify trends, as well as what a security architect should take into consideration
About

Solutions in the IT domain have been undergoing massive changes. There was a time when bringing your own devices to work was like committing a crime. However, with an evolving IT industry comes emerging security approaches.

Hands-On Cybersecurity for Architects will help you to successfully design, integrate, and implement complex security structures in any solution whilst ensuring that the solution functions as expected. To start with, you will get to grips with the fundamentals of recent cybersecurity practices, followed by acquiring and understanding your organization's requirements. You will then move on to learning how to plan and design robust security architectures, along with practical approaches to performing various security assessments. Once you have grasped all this, you will learn to design and develop key requirements, such as firewalls, virtual private networks (VPNs), wide area networks (WANs), and digital certifications. In addition to this, you will discover how to integrate upcoming security changes on Bring your own device (BYOD), cloud platforms, and the Internet of Things (IoT), among others. Finally, you will explore how to design frequent updates and upgrades for your systems as per your enterprise's needs.

By the end of this book, you will be able to architect solutions with robust security components for your infrastructure.

Features
  • Architect complex security structures using standard practices and use cases
  • Integrate security with any architecture solution
  • Implement cybersecurity architecture in various enterprises
Page Count 346
Course Length 10 hours 22 minutes
ISBN9781788830263
Date Of Publication 29 Jul 2018
The history of architecture
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Overview of waterfall project delivery
The difference between the Solution Architect and Supporting Architect
Comments on the Agile methodology
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Authors

Neil Rerup

Neil Rerup is the President and Chief Security Architect of an architecture firm that provides architectural services (enterprise and solution) to enterprises across North America. He is an enterprise architect who came out of the world of cybersecurity. He has worked on a number of projects for enterprises around the world and has worked in various architecture domains, including security, networking, and applications. He was responsible for the security architecture for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, securing the critical infrastructure of numerous utilities, and is also responsible for large enterprise solutions for companies around the world.

Milad Aslaner

Milad Aslaner is a security professional with over 10 years' experience in product engineering and management. He has published white papers and books on social engineering, the practical application of cybersecurity, and cybersecurity in the financial services industry, with a technical focus on EDR, TVM, incident response, and real-world exploitation techniques. During his time at Microsoft since 2012, he has led the commercial software engineering team for the Surface Book and Laptop, and built security features such as SEMM. As a senior security program manager, he aims to transform strategic enterprise customer requirements to realize new scenarios, thereby safeguarding Microsoft customers against the evolving threat landscape.