Cybersecurity and
Compliance Services

Elevate your security posture, embrace compliance, and empower your digital journey with Sage IT’s Cybersecurity and Compliance Services.

In an era where digital threats loom large, securing your organization against cyber risks and ensuring compliance with industry regulations are paramount. Our dedicated services are crafted to fortify your defenses, optimize security postures, and maintain continuous compliance, safeguarding your digital assets and fostering a resilient digital environment. Explore the cutting-edge solutions that Sage IT offers to navigate the complexities of cybersecurity and compliance in the modern business landscape.

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IT Security Services


  1. NG-SIEM (Next-Generation Security Information and Event Management):
    1. SIEM Basics: SIEM solutions are designed to help organizations collect, analyze, and correlate log data from various sources within their IT infrastructure. This includes servers, network devices, security appliances, and more.
    2. Next-Generation Aspect: NG-SIEM builds upon traditional SIEM capabilities by incorporating advanced analytics, machine learning, and automation to enhance threat detection and response capabilities. It goes beyond simple event correlation and offers more sophisticated methods for identifying and responding to security incidents.
  2. XDR (Extended Detection and Response):
    1. Extension of EDR: XDR extends the capabilities of Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) by integrating and correlating data from multiple security products and sources across an organization’s entire IT environment.
    2. Holistic Approach: XDR aims to provide a more holistic and integrated approach to threat detection and response. It involves not just endpoints but also includes network, cloud, and other security data sources, allowing for a more comprehensive understanding of potential threats.
  3. MDR (Managed Detection and Response):
    1. Outsourced Security Services: MDR is a cybersecurity service where organizations outsource their threat detection and response activities to a third-party provider.
    2. Continuous Monitoring: MDR providers typically offer 24/7 monitoring of an organization’s IT environment, using advanced tools and technologies to detect and respond to security incidents.

Expertise and Resources: MDR services often come with a team of security experts who analyze alerts, investigate incidents, and provide guidance on mitigating and responding to threats

OT Security Services


OT (Operational Technology) devices are major building blocks of an effective digital transformation. With the convergence of OT with IT networks, all the OT network components like Industrial Control Systems (ICS), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, and industrial networks are being connected to IT network components such as processors, storage, and systems management.

This integration of OT with IT networks in distributed systems has opened new attack vectors and vulnerabilities that were never exploited in the past. A single security breach incident can impact outages of critical services leading to severe consequences. As a result, building adequate security around a digital environment today is more complex and challenging. This is where OT Security Services come into play.

Managed Security Services


Managed Security Services (MSS) involve outsourcing aspects of an organization’s cybersecurity to a third-party service provider. These services are designed to enhance the overall security posture of the organization, leveraging external expertise, advanced technologies, and continuous monitoring. MSS providers deliver a range of security services to help organizations protect their systems, data, and networks from cyber threats. Here are key components typically associated with Managed Security Services:

  • Continuous Monitoring:
  • Threat Detection and Response:
  • Vulnerability Management:
  • Security Information and Event Management (SIEM):
  • Intrusion Detection and Prevention:
  • Firewall Management:
  • Endpoint Security:
  • Incident Response and Forensics:
  • Security Awareness Training:
  • Compliance Management:

Cloud Security Posture Management


Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) refers to the set of practices and technologies designed to ensure the secure configuration of cloud resources and services. CSPM focuses on preventing misconfigurations and vulnerabilities that could lead to security breaches in cloud environments. As organizations increasingly adopt cloud services, CSPM becomes a critical component of their overall cloud security strategy. Key components of Cloud Security Posture Management include:

  • Configuration Monitoring:
  • Automated Remediation:
  • Security Baseline Enforcement:
  • Risk Assessment:
  • Continuous Monitoring:
  • Compliance Management:
  • Identity and Access Management (IAM) Security:
  • Data Security:
  • Threat Intelligence Integration:
  • Collaboration with DevOps:

Secure Enterprise Access


SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) and SSE (Secure Service Edge) are terms related to network security architectures that aim to provide secure access to applications and services. While there is a lot of overlap between the two concepts, they are not always used interchangeably. Let’s explore each term:

  1. SASE (Secure Access Service Edge):
    1. Overview: SASE is a network security framework that combines network security functions with WAN (Wide Area Networking) capabilities to support the dynamic, secure access needs of organizations. It is a cloud-native approach to security that consolidates various security services into a unified platform.
    2. Key Features:
      1. Cloud-Delivered: SASE is typically delivered as a cloud-based service, providing security from the cloud rather than relying on traditional on-premises security appliances.
      2. Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA): SASE often incorporates the Zero Trust model, ensuring that all users and devices, even those inside the corporate network, are treated as potentially untrusted.
      3. Integrated Security Services: SASE integrates various security services, such as secure web gateways (SWG), firewall-as-a-service (FWaaS), Zero Trust Network Access, and more, into a unified platform.
      4. Scalability: SASE provides scalability to adapt to the changing needs of organizations, especially in the context of remote work and cloud adoption.
  2. SSE (Secure Service Edge):
    1. Overview: SSE is a term that is sometimes used interchangeably with SASE, but it can also refer to a broader concept that includes not only secure access but also secure delivery of services. SSE encompasses both securing access to services and ensuring the secure delivery of those services.
    2. Secure Delivery of Services: In the context of SSE, the emphasis may be on securing the end-to-end delivery of services, encompassing not only access but also the secure exchange of data between users and applications.

Continuous Compliance


Continuous Compliance services refer to an approach in cybersecurity that focuses on maintaining compliance with relevant regulations, standards, and security policies on an ongoing basis. Traditional compliance efforts often involve periodic assessments and audits. In contrast, continuous compliance aims to create a more dynamic and responsive framework, ensuring that security controls are consistently in place and effective. Key aspects of Continuous Compliance services include:

  • Real-time Monitoring:
  • Automation and Orchestration:
  • Dynamic Risk Assessment:
  • Integration with IT Systems:
  • Continuous Auditing:
  • Alerts and Notifications:
  • Documentation and Reporting:
  • Adaptive Policies:
  • Collaboration with Stakeholders:

VA/PT Services


VA/PT services refer to Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing services, both of which are crucial components of cybersecurity strategies aimed at identifying and addressing security weaknesses in an organization’s systems and networks.

  1. Vulnerability Assessment (VA):
    1. Objective: The primary goal of a vulnerability assessment is to identify and quantify vulnerabilities in an organization’s systems, networks, and applications.
    2. Process:
      1. Automated Scanning: Utilizing automated tools to scan the IT environment for known vulnerabilities.
      2. Manual Analysis: In-depth manual examination by cybersecurity experts to identify potential security weaknesses that automated tools may miss.
      3. Risk Prioritization: Assessing and prioritizing identified vulnerabilities based on their potential impact on the organization’s security.
  2. Penetration Testing (PT):
    1. Objective: Penetration testing, often referred to as ethical hacking, involves simulating cyberattacks to evaluate the security posture of an organization’s systems.
    2. Process:
      1. Controlled Exploitation: Ethical hackers attempt to exploit vulnerabilities in a controlled manner to understand the impact of potential real-world attacks.
      2. Active Testing: Involves actively attempting to bypass security controls, gain unauthorized access, and simulate various attack scenarios.
      3. Reporting: Detailed reports are generated, providing insights into the vulnerabilities exploited, potential risks, and recommendations for remediation.
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Safeguarding the future of your digital landscape requires more than just security – it demands a comprehensive approach that intertwines resilience, compliance, and proactive measures. At Sage IT, our Cybersecurity and Compliance Services stand as the vigilant guardians of your organizational integrity.
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