If you’ve read through our 4 part cybersecurity series you know there are 3 main intrusion methods cybercriminals utilize to gain access to your data:
To secure your infrastructure from these methods a security stack would implement all, some or more items in this list:
Data access control
Security awareness training
Each one of these has a multitude of options for providing security. For this reason, no security stack is the same.
A security stack is not static:
As software companies change, new technologies come to market, and cybercriminals adjust to new opportunities; a security stack can also change over time.
There is a lot that goes into creating and maintaining an effective security stack that isn’t covered here.
Let us know if you have any questions or comments about security over on our LinkedIn page. I’ve kept this article short and to the point as many of our readers don’t need/want a deep dive on this topic (unless they are having problems sleeping.... in which case let us know in the comments and I’ll help you out :)
Matthew worked with Agave IT Services as a Brand & Content Consultant through 2020. He managed our company transition from Agave Solutions Inc. to Agave IT Services (dba).
From our Logo to our online presence and business operations platform; Matthew created a solid foundation able to support our growth into the future.
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We are an IT Services and technology company serving the southwestern United States since 2003. We specialize in supporting, managing, and deploying technologies for the AEC industries' unique requirements. We differ from the typical IT service provider in that we handle ALL your technology needs, freeing you to focus on your core business.