SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MATTERS.
Systems engineering seeks a safe and balanced design in the face of opposing interests and multiple, sometimes conflicting constraints. The systems engineer should develop the skill for identifying and focusing efforts on assessments to optimize the overall design and not favor one system/subsystem at the expense of another while constantly validating that the goals of the operational system will be met.
01. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.
Technology is continuously evolving, but knowing a few general specifications in each product category will help you find the best solution for your business. No one solution is the right solution for every customer. The complexity of the information systems demands professionals that are well versed in all aspects of information security. I am here to help our customers achieve a level of protection that will allow them to conduct business securely in the digital world.
SASE is a new package of technologies including SD-WAN, SWG, CASB, ZTNA and FWaaS as core abilities, with the ability to identity sensitive data or malware and the ability to decrypt content at line speed, with continuous monitoring of sessions for risk and trust levels.
03. INFORMATION SECURITY.
The Information Systems Security Engineer will research and investigate the potential impact of new threats and exploits. The engineer will guide the Information Security team in examining and developing networks security solutions. They provide advice on vulnerabilities or potential vulnerabilities within architecture. The professional will analyze any security-related data from a wide range of security products and devices. The Information Security Engineer creates security tools and processes for scanning, testing, monitoring, and reporting.