Identify the right tools for your security framework

Executive Overview

With the vast number of security tools available today, organizations are becoming overwhelmed with the increasing costs to maintain them and the complexities of integrating multiple tool sets for real-time asset visibility, effective cybersecurity and holistic IT operation management.

Many companies have security tools that are not being utilized for a full return on investment (ROI). Not only are many of these tools expensive, but they also provide similar capabilities causing customers to waste valuable resources in license fees and maintenance costs. Other problems include poor integration with other technologies, steep learning curves for operations personnel and conflicting or incorrect reporting from a visibility, control and security perspective.


In order to deliver secure business and mission outcomes that reduce risk, lower costs and enable informed decision making, WWT utilizes best of breed standards and ideation techniques to help customers map the genome of their IT infrastructure. WWT believes you cannot defend what you cannot see, therefore it is imperative to fully evaluate the disposition of your infrastructure by engaging the right subject matter experts. Establishing a baseline through the lens of standards, such as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, helps organizations determine the full extent of where to focus and mitigate risk for a secure and reliable environment. This is made possible by mapping tools to the appropriate focus areas within your framework.


WWT provides a customized Tools Rationalization Workshop for your organization that enables you to further understand your current capabilities, identify any gaps and offer comprehensive courses of action to ensure your IT infrastructure stays healthy operationally in lieu of emerging threats and capability gaps.

This workshop will focus on (but is not limited to):

  • Asset Visibility & Patch Management
  • Endpoint Protection
  • Threat Analytics
  • Threat/Incident Detection & Response
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Automation
  • Data Loss prevention
  • Antivirus

We understand the ability to connect multiple technologies can be difficult and sometimes confusing. We partner with our customers to ensure we understand their processes and environments before making any recommendations. Through the use of our Advanced Technology Center, we have the ability to demonstrate several integrations in order to alleviate risk and concerns.

View our Security Tools Rationalization Workshop brochure.

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  • Business Insight Support System Overview

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