Sentinel wants to help ensure your organization has the right technology solutions and procedures in place to remain secure, quickly recover from a disaster or attack, and enhance employees’ ability to communicate and collaborate with one another. We offer a number of different workshops intended to provide insights and analysis into various aspects of your IT environment so you can make improvements and solidify a path to sustained growth and innovation. A majority of these workshops are completely free of charge, can be conducted virtually, and take only a couple of hours to complete.
Security should always start with zero trust - assume no one is trusted to access your network. Sentinel's Zero Trust Workshop assists customers in identifying their highest areas of risk for workplace, workforce, and workload. We approach your systems from the standpoint of an untrusted user/device and uncover any gaps within your security infrastructure in order to mitigate such risks. Sentinel's strategic advisors then work with you to help harden your systems as quickly as possible.
The NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) framework provides a comprehensive approach to protecting critical portions of your infrastructure using established standards and guidelines. It emphasizes a prioritized, flexible, repeatable, and cost-effective way for organizations to manage their risk. Sentinel's NIST Workshop analyzes your organization's alignment with these cybersecurity standards as they relate to your people, processes, and technology. If any gaps or potentially vulnerable areas are discovered, the Sentinel team can help guide you back into alignment.
The public cloud provides a number of advantages to organizations, including easier scalability, faster development/deployment of new technologies, enhanced security, and lower costs. While it may be relatively simple to use and manage once deployed, properly integrating and optimizing it within your environment comes with its own set of unique challenges. If your organization is preparing to start its public cloud journey or simply wants to ensure it’s getting the most from any public cloud investments, you should consider Sentinel’s Cloud Adoption Workshop. Our goal is to help identify any gaps or issues ahead of a cloud migration, and offer recommendations on ways to improve cloud performance in alignment with your business objectives.
If your organization is forced to immediately shut down due to a cyber attack, pandemic, or some other disaster event, is there a comprehensive plan in place detailing everything that needs to be done to either continue or restore operations? You may think you're prepared for anything, but there may be unforeseen issues that could significantly affect your ability to function fully and securely in less than optimal conditions. Sentinel's Business Resilience Workshop examines several different areas of your organization to rapidly identify areas of risk within your business plans and provide guidance on ways to protect employees and critical systems should a disruption occur.
Sentinel's DevOps Workshop will help identify changes in your culture and how teams deliver results in coding at high velocity and scale. Experts from Sentinel will guide you through the major areas of DevOps to get you started, or will begin to identify areas of improvement if you already use DevOps and/or Agile methodologies. Our team will evaluate ways to boost efficiency and potential steps that can advance your practice to achieve DevOps success. Sentinel can also provide assistance as you grow or seek to quickly implement new models.
As many organizations adapt to an increasingly remote workforce, they are adopting platforms and applications to help employees stay connected and collaborate with one another outside of the office. Microsoft Teams enables users to call, chat, share, and meet in a virtual space from any location at any time. If your organization is considering adopting and deploying Teams, there are a number of factors to consider before jumping in. Sentinel’s MS Teams Readiness Workshop aims to identify any gaps or roadblocks you may encounter when attempting to integrate Microsoft Teams into your environment. This Q&A-style engagement examines planning, communication, governance, security, design, deployment, and support so you know exactly what to expect before starting this journey.
Please contact a Sentinel account manager or reach out via phone or email if you are interested in learning more or scheduling a time for our team to conduct one of these workshops with your organization.