IT Security Services

SME Package

The IT related demands of a small and medium enterprise (SME) are very different, both from a cost and complexity perspective.

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RIM Package

Calsoft's unique RIM package has always been a favorite with new entrants to infrastructure outsourcing. Designed to offer the best value for money

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Security Services

Calsoft’s IT Security Services include:

  • Network Security
  • Application Security
  • End Point Security

Organizations must frequently evaluate and select a variety of information technology (IT) security services in order to maintain and improve their overall IT security program and enterprise architecture. Calsoft along with our partners offer IT security services ranging from security policy development to intrusion detection support.

The factors that Calsoft considers when selecting, implementing, and managing IT security services include: the type of service arrangement; service provider qualifications, operational requirements and capabilities, experience, and viability; trustworthiness of service provider employees; and the service provider’s capability to deliver adequate protection for the organization systems, applications, and information. These considerations will apply (to varying degrees) to every service depending on the size, type, complexity, cost, and criticality of the services being considered and the specific needs of the organization implementing or contracting for the services.

The Calsoft solution

Calsoft provides assistance with the selection, implementation, and management of IT security services by guiding organizations through the various phases of the IT security services life cycle. This life cycle provides a framework that enables the decision makers to organize their IT security efforts—from initiation to closeout. The systematic management of the IT security services process is critically important.. IT security decision makers must think about the costs involved and the underlying security requirements, as well as the potential impact of their decisions on the organizational mission, operations, strategic functions, personnel, and service provider arrangements.


  • Phase 1: Initiation—the organization determines if it should investigate whether implementing an IT security service might improve the effectiveness of the organization’s IT security program.
  • Phase 2: Assessment—the organization determines the security posture of the current environment using metrics and identifies the requirements and viable solutions.
  • Phase 3: Solution—decision makers evaluate potential solutions, develop the business case and specify the attributes of an acceptable service arrangement solution from the set of available options.
  • Phase 4: Implementation—the organization selects and engages the service provider, develops a service arrangement, and implements the solution.
  • Phase 5: Operations—the organization ensures operational success by consistently monitoring service provider and organizational security performance against identified requirements, periodically evaluating changes in risks and threats to the organization and ensuring the organizational security solution is adjusted as necessary to maintain an acceptable security posture.
  • Phase 6: Closeout—the organization ensures a smooth transition as the service ends or is discontinued

Value Proposition

  • Architecture, Assessments & Implementations
  • Intrusion Detection systems IDS Architecture, Assessments& Implementations
  • IS Administration, Consulting & Management
  • Network Security & Vulnerability Assessments
  • Server Security & Vulnerability Assessments
  • Website Security & Vulnerability-Quality Assessments
  • Virus Prevention