Introducing a cyber security architecture diagram that visually reflects the network’s security issues.
Having solid network security architecture is a foundational need for any security organization’s success. Together with our client, we developed an cybersecurity architecture design tool to secure and scale the enterprise software development life cycle.
The Cyber Security Architecture Diagram visually reflects the network security architecture and all actions undertaken to protect it from cyber attacks.
|Business need||website architecture diagram, user journey flow diagram|
|Scope||design, UI/UX, interactive mockups|
A powerful tool that allows you to place thousands of pages on a security network diagram. By collapsing the content, the user can view the site map. With a double-click on a node, it breaks down into a group of related subpages.
A well-done network security architecture results in displaying appropriate types of threats, signaled by three-level criticality alerts. Depending on the website, the map indicates potential hacker attacks. It prevents capturing screenshots of the websites or anonymizing the CVV code.
When selecting the beginning and end element of security network diagram, the tool colors
the connections and informs about the occurring threats. For large systems, it is helpful to zoom out and focus on the most endangered path.
The view includes a minimized map that allows for smoother navigation through the website’s cybersecurity architecture. Connections between nodes can take different colors depending on the user’s journey.
The cybersecurity architecture design tool secures and scales the enterprise software development life cycle and ensures solid network security architecture. The solution uses drag-and-drop feature to build security architecture diagrams that visually supports and reflects the network’s structure.
The interactive components enable the users to detect and protect the network from cyber-attacks. The tool ensures focusing on the user’s journey flow and the possible threads appearing while operating. See how companies can leverage system architecture diagrams.
Drag and drop feature to accelerate and simplify security architecture diagram’s buidling
Intuitive user interface enabling easy navigation
Ready to design the large IT security architecture diagrams
A system architecture diagram is a visual representation that illustrates the components, interactions, and structure of a system, providing an overview of how the system is designed and organized.
To write a system architecture diagram, first, identify the major components of the system. Then, define the relationships and interactions between these components. Assign responsibilities to each component and organize them in a logical manner. Finally, use standardized symbols and notations to represent the components and their relationships in the diagram.
A C4 diagram, or C4 model, is a framework developed by Simon Brown for visualizing software system architectures. It consists of a set of hierarchical diagrams that show different levels of abstraction, ranging from high-level context diagrams to detailed component diagrams. The C4 model aims to provide a clear and concise representation of the system’s architecture.
System architecture refers to the design and structure of a system, showcasing its components, relationships, and organization. For example, in an online banking system, the architecture may include components such as the user interface, account management, transaction processing, and security modules, illustrating how they interact to enable banking operations.
A system architecture diagram in UML (Unified Modeling Language) is a visual representation of a system’s structure and behavior using UML notations. UML provides a standardized way to model components, interfaces, and interactions within a system, facilitating communication and understanding among stakeholders.
The role of a system architecture diagram in software engineering is crucial. It serves as a communication tool for stakeholders, helping them understand the system’s design, components, and interactions. It aids in decision-making, identifying potential bottlenecks or areas for improvement, and guiding the development process by providing a blueprint for implementation. Additionally, the diagram serves as a reference for system maintenance, troubleshooting, and future enhancements, ensuring a robust and scalable software solution.