High-Level Secure Architecture Review

A High-Level Secure Architecture Review is a process of analyzing and evaluating the security of an organization’s systems and networks. It involves an evaluation of the security measures and protocols in place in a given system, network, or organization to ensure that they meet industry standards and best practices for data protection and confidentiality. The review covers areas such as access control, data encryption, network security, disaster recovery, and incident response.


The approach of a High-Level Secure Architecture Review typically involves the following steps:

Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5

The scope and deliverables of a high-level secure architecture review can vary depending on the specific needs and requirements of the organization, as well as the maturity of the system being reviewed.

Executive Summary
Security risk assessment report
Recommendations for improvement