Have you tested your cybersecurity?
Is your data safe? And are you sure? Security technology vendors are certainly telling you so, but who among them is looking at this as a hacker? You can never be sure without a comprehensive audit. Among other things, thoroughly trained employees who follow security rules are essential. By underestimating cybersecurity, you risk high financial losses that can make it fundamentally more difficult for your company to continue operating. In such a large manufacturing company, the economic loss can reach more than fifty million crowns in a single day!
Failure to comply with safety rules
Are you familiar with this? You come home in the evening, tired after a day at work, but you still need to finish a few little things or at least read and send a few emails. Only you’ve left your work laptop down the hall, or even still in the car. It’s just so far away that you definitely don’t want to get up and go get it. Plus, your home laptop is far more convenient to work on and has a lot of apps and programs downloaded that the company refused to pay for, even though they make your job so much easier, and on top of that, it’s sitting on the desk two feet away from you. So you just do your work stuff on your laptop and leave your work stuff where it is. And your employees will do the same.
That’s one of the many mistakes that compromise a company’s cybersecurity. The security of a private computer is never as thorough as that of a work computer, where handling sensitive and confidential company data is a foregone conclusion. Private computers can be infected with malware, for example, and quietly collect the passwords we enter into systems or send our confidential data to attackers who misuse it.
Learn the seven biggest cybersecurity offences you can commit and try to avoid them.
Cyber attacks are on the rise
Cyber attacks are becoming more frequent and sophisticated. As the number of devices connected to the internet continues to grow, so do the numbers of hackers trying to get access to your confidential information. Would you like peace of mind knowing your digital data is safe? Do you want the peace of mind of knowing your employees are thoroughly trained and your systems are secure, but don’t know how to make it happen? We’re happy to help, as cybersecurity experts we know how.
What’s the solution?
In terms of the employees themselves and the zero-trust approach – choose a popular ethical hacking scenario – simulate a situation where you give us a completely standard device with your applications and a regular domain account. From this position, we’ll test what damage a hacker could do. You no longer have to grope around and worry about what all could happen if the user gets tricked.
Do you think your systems are impregnable? After we perform a penetration test, everything can be different. We are ethical hackers – we check the security of IT systems and employees. But you don’t have to worry about your data during this cyber-attack, because its only goal is to discover vulnerabilities and help you secure them.
We have conducted hundreds of tests and helped our clients discover thousands of security flaws. Read what they have to say about us.