This Security Enterprise Architecture is a strategy for providing an organization with comprehensive cyber threat protection. Consolidation, zero trust, and threat prevention are the three core principles. The average enterprise has deployed standalone security solutions, according to a Panaseer survey of 1,200 organizations. These solutions require significant time and resources to deploy, configure, and manage, and they generate an overwhelming volume of alerts, impairing security visibility and threat management. A consolidated security architecture is required to manage an organization's security risk effectively and scalably. Security integration provides security visibility and threat management through a centralized, user-friendly interface, reducing inefficient context switching and improving corporate SOC performance.