Back Office Security
2e2 has over 14 years in the security market, providing services, offerings and products to meet requirements across diverse markets. 2e2 has forged many alliances with and is accredited to the major security vendors.
Our experts thoroughly understand the requirements capabilities of out-of-the-box security and are able to offer guidance and advice to customers on the breadth of their security requirements.
Our team of consultants is trained to the highest standards and can demonstrate competence in all areas of Information Security. As a 2e2 customer, you can benefit from our investment in our team of consultants to ensure that the security element of any programme or project is completed successfully and within best practice guidelines.
Our Professional Services Consultants can be engaged to assist with programme elements such as:
- Project Planning
- Architecture Design
- New Implementations
- System Health Check
- Security Reviews
- Emergency Troubleshooting
Managed Security Services
Many organisations have found that handing over the responsibility to an external security partner reduces costs and increases investment while actually providing better security expertise than could be provided in house. 2e2 has a proven track record in security management and can meet needs such as 24 x 7 security management, access to a wide range of security products and technologies, and certified Information System Security Professionals (CISSP)
2e2’s broad approach allows you to take control of your organisation’s systems, infrastructure and working practices, bringing together all of your security requirements into one view. 2e2’s security offerings include
- Perimeter Security
- Secure Accountable Internet Access
- Email Productivity and Control
- Vulnerability Assessments
- Internal Network Protection
- Remote Working Enablement
- Data Security
- Data Leakage Prevention
Secure Customer & Citizen data
When you increase your reach and accessibility to customers via the web, you also increase exposures to breaches in security. Datamonitor has predicted that by this year, debit and credit cards will overtake cash as the primary source of payment, most of these transactions will be done over the web.
The use of new social media - including Twitter, Linkedin and Facebook - as communication tools both into and out of an organisation pose additional security threats. As does the use of email to transport confidential information. 2e2 applies a consultative approach to the security of communicating with customers via the web, ensuring all your security threats are managed.
- Secure Accountable Internet Acesss - 2e2 provide best of breed offerings to in order to nullify the security threats posed by internet activity. For example we can provide:
- Comprehensive URL filtering and reporting
- Corporate policy compliance
- Protection against exploits and vulnerabilities
- Email Productivity and Control - 2e2’s email compliance offering will provide a secure, tamper-proof email repository in conjunction with your Exchange or other email solution to deliver regulatory compliance for your business.
- PCI DSS Consultancy - Whether you are at the initial stages of the journey towards PCI DSS compliance or you are already compliant, 2e2 can provide consultancy services to help you with this critical area. From the initial scope assessment we can provide guidance on reducing the scope to which PCI DSS requirements apply. We can produce a gap analysis against the requirements with recommended remediation activities, providing you with an accurate action plan.
SOX & Basel II
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (often shortened to SOX) is legislation enacted in response to the high-profile Enron and WorldCom financial scandals to protect shareholders and the general public from accounting errors and fraudulent practices in the enterprise. The act is administered by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which sets deadlines for compliance and publishes rules on requirements. Sarbanes-Oxley is not a set of business practices and does not specify how a business should store records; rather, it defines which records are to be stored and for how long.
The legislation not only affects the financial side of corporations, it also affects the IT departments whose job it is to store a corporation's electronic records. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act states that all business records, including electronic records and electronic messages, must be saved for "not less than five years." The consequences for non-compliance are fines, imprisonment, or both. IT departments are increasingly faced with the challenge of creating and maintaining a corporate records archive in a cost-effective fashion that satisfies the requirements put forth by the legislation.
The Basel II Framework (the official name is "International Convergence of Capital Measurement and Capital Standards: a Revised Framework") is a set of international standards and best practices that define the minimum capital requirements for internationally active banks. Banks have to maintain a minimum level of capital, to ensure that they can meet their obligations, they can cover unexpected losses, and can promote public confidence (which is of paramount importance for the international banking system). The emphasis for controls and processes to meet compliance lies with the IT department.
2e2 has the advisory and execution services to plan, implement and maintain an implementation that meets your needs. We’ll focus on the guidelines that apply to your company and the sector you operate in. Our Information & Data Management tools and services can reduce the risk of corporate information loss, as you tightly control the retention and automatic deletion of data, and efficiently retrieve all content.
For many, compliance is an opportunity to improve operations for a measurable impact on your business, that will help save space and cut costs as you reclaim up to 80% of your data storage and improve performance as you reduce server load.