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The Fundamental Enterprise Security Components

Enterprise Security Magazine | Tuesday, April 26, 2022

It's easy to be caught up in the glitz and glamour of a new era's spectacular technologies.

FREMONT, CA:  New eras are frequently associated with new technologies, and it's easy to get sucked into the hoopla surrounding breakthroughs. On the other hand, existing technologies should not be dismissed, as they are still highly relevant and evolving.

To adapt to changing circumstances, the industrial sector has evolved as well.

While appealing, mere adoption of universal technologies will not resolve industry-specific issues. On the other hand, corporate information security can be handled and determined using business information security's essential solutions.

Authentication, online security, and encryption are the three critical components of information security. Additionally, the three elements serve as a foundation for the issues and solutions that may arise when considering the IT system and how user data is processed and kept.

POS System Security

A point-of-sale system (POS) is a comprehensive sales management system that integrates, analyzes, and evaluates real-time sales data. It establishes an internet connection between the store's order processing system and the manager's computer system. In recent years, there has been an upsurge in information leakage within the point-of-sale system. The POS systems, terminals, web servers, and database servers are all connected. As a result, preventing information loss and maintaining security are no longer sufficient. A system security solution is required. Penta Security's POS system security solution is built on technology that analyzes the POS system's structure and applies the right technology to the environment's features.

SAP Security

SAP is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that enables businesses in several industries to manage their operations. It unifies the manufacturing, development, purchasing, marketing, services, logistics, and distribution functions. SAP stores critical data such as employee information, financial transaction information, and trade secrets. SAP stores confidential and sensitive information and data that must be encrypted following the Privacy Act. Penta Security's SAP protection solution delivers the appropriate level of security for an ERP that is notoriously tough to secure.

Mobile Security

When networks were isolated and small, security was straightforward. However, as networks began to connect, they grew in size and were eventually surpassed by fast-expanding mobile communications. With the rapid growth of mobile communications and the proliferation of the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) culture, corporate security professionals are grappling with network security. Physical techniques of management via network equipment are no longer sufficient. Penta Security does offer mobile security solutions for such complicated circumstances.