In this era of hyper-connectivity, security threats are more prevalent than ever. The emergence and rapid evolution of Cloud consumption models and the explosion of mobile devices create both enormous opportunity and significant security and privacy threats. With everything from insider threats and the emergence of “hacktivism,” to the proliferation of state-sponsored attacks, information security has risen to the top of information technology (IT) strategic planning. Security models today require comprehensive architectures, enterprise visibility, situational awareness, governance, automation and a skilled team to face modern security issues.

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Beyond the typical security concerns, just knowing what technologies are available to help protect the highly virtualized data center is a major concern. Furthermore, understanding the risks, security, policies and controls of moving to the Cloud is complex. Businesses want to know how they can optimize costs and productivity, while maintaining security. And do all of this on multiple devices. With shadow IT prevalent in many organizations, just understanding the baseline security configuration is huge. Employees store corporate intellectual property in personal and public cloud storage so there is little control. And firewall policies cannot keep pace with newly identified security threats in our dynamically changing environment. Also, with compliance issues, like Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), current architecture may not work. If you’ve been affected by a security breach, reputations may be at stake. In short, businesses want to know all of the complex angles of security from where to start, to analyzing risk and then finally, how to implement it all. That’s where we come in.

As more corporate data moves over and around traditional security tools, new platforms made up of social applications, cloud services, big data and mobile devices creates new and unique attack vectors. Projected annual spend on IT security tools and services is estimated to grow to roughly $18 billion by 2018. While compliance and traditional security approaches like firewalls and anti-virus are not going away, defenses against far more advanced threats are increasingly important.

We have a world-class information security team comprised of highly-educated veteran information security officers (ISO) and authors. The team holds many top-level vendor certifications, including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Finally, to serve our U.S. federal customers, several teammates hold the highest levels of Department of Defense (DOD) background investigations. We’ve also partnered with industry-leading security product manufacturers to provide you with the advisory guidance and technology necessary to secure and protect your unique environment. With our partners and highly experienced team, we’ll provide the tools, techniques and procedures that match your complex needs.

Network Security

  • Next generation firewall
  • Next generation Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)
  • Vulnerability management
  • Web content filtering
  • Email security
  • Managed security operations
  • Identity and access management
  • Security Information Event Management (SIEM)
  • Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
  • Encrypted email
  • Network scanners
  • Patch management
  • Network Security Monitoring (NSM)
  • Wireless IDS and IPS
  • Network device configuration
  • Network forensics
  • Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) mitigation

Web Application Security

  • Web application firewalls
  • Web application security assessments
  • Static/dynamic web application security testing
  • Threat modeling
  • Integration of security with Agile Software Development Life Cycles (SDLC)

Consulting Services

  • CISO Services PCI, HIPAA and FISMA
  • Gap analyses
  • Penetration testing
  • Security architecture and design
  • Strategic planning and roadmap development
  • Incident response

Endpoint Security

  • Secure Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
  • Whole disk encryption
  • EndPoint malware protection
  • Digital certificate management
  • Host-based intrusion prevention
  • Advanced endpoint threat detection

Cloud Security

  • Managed security operations
  • Cloud-based email filtering
  • Cloud-based web content filtering
  • Cloud identity management
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google security


Projected annual spend on IT security tools and services is estimated to grow to roughly $18 billion by 2018.

See how GTRI can implement the right security solutions for your organization.

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