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  • How can attacks be avoided?


    ✓ Ensure essential controls are met
    ✓ Find, track, and assess data
    ✓ Monitor event logs

  • What do attacks have in

    common?


    75% were not discovered
    83% were not highly difficult
    87% were avoidable

  • How do breaches occur?

     

    62% system error
    59% hacking and intrusions
    31% incorporated malicious code
    22% exploited a vulnerability
    15% physical threats

  • Who is behind data breaches?

     

    73% resulted from external sources
    18% were caused by insiders
    39% implicated business partners

     

     

     

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Penetrations Test

Communication and data exchange via the Internet is continuously gaining in significance. A reliable and faster exchange of information is a competitive advantage for a successful company. The increasing local networking of computer systems means that a variety of information can be accessed from each workplace computer.

The linking of local networks creates connection to the public Internet service but also brings new dangers. Attacks from outside, e.g. from hackers, endanger the integrity and the availability of the local computers and through these, directly influences the confidentiality of the local data. The precise significance for your company is an impairment or even failure of your business processes. The one-time installation of a corresponding Firewall is not sufficient to provide reliable protection for your network and therefore your data, Hacker are continuingly developing new patterns of attack and make targeted searches for weak points in systems, protocols and services to the dodge defence mechanisms used.

To guarantee the security of your own local network, organisational and technical means are applied and regularly controlled and optimised. An external check of the penetration and manipulation possibilities of the network and data is of decisive significance With the help of the findings from the observation of the protective mechanisms used and the sensitising of employees on the subject of in use of the Internet and connected media, the optimisation potential can be revealed and the security against attacks, manipulation, theft and damage to networks and data is increased.

This is where we support you! Using simulated attack attempts via the Internet or from your local network with the so-called black box or white box method we test the status of your current security and evaluate known risks. Our experienced security specialists advise and help you to analyse the resulting information and give recommendations for optimisation.

 

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Attacks on your external systems to determine potential risks.