By: Intuisec  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Security, Architecture, Managed Services

IntuiSec consultants have a wide and varied skillset. Listed below are some of the more common services we provide, if there is a service you are interested in that isn't detailed here, please contact us for a quote.

IntuiSec have the skills and ability to tailor a solution to your requirements. We have been involved in the architecture, design and deployment phases of large projects.

The following list summarises the main technologies that we've designed and reviewed over the past few years:

IntuiSec have assisted their clients and former employers in Security Monitoring and Security Analysis implementations. IntuiSec were engaged to design, deploy and run pro-active monitoring solutions for customer environments. Such exercises typically include:

  • Design and deployment of IDS/IPS and SIEM solutions
  • Incorporating a security analysis function into the existing IT operational team.

IT Security Policy and Risk Management are key elements needed to bind business requirements to a final security solution. Our consultants are experienced in delivering reviews of infrastructure deployments against existing IT Security Policies and Risk Assessments.

IntuiSec consultants have worked for managed service providers in New Zealand and Europe, developing managed services for their diverse client bases. We are adept at choosing the right product(s) for the job. A managed service combines many aspects, from licensing and features to management overhead and reporting. IntuiSec work with the sales, technical and management teams to determine the requirements and deliver a profitable, successful product.

As consultants, IntuiSec engages with our customers during the early phases of a project and converses with the key stakeholders to help define the business and security requirements. This allows us to impart our knowledge as early as possible in a project life cycle and lets our customers receive guidance during the most important phase of a project.

Keywords: Architecture, Information Security, Managed Services, Security