The starting point for an integrated security policy is a risk analysis. Based on this, you can define and implement a number of measures, which you can compare with securing a house.
It all starts with the “locking the front door”. You can think of authorization & authentication, access control, data protection & encryption and endpoint security. If something suspicious does occur, you obviously want to be alerted. For this, a Next Generation Firewall is indispensable. To check regularly whether all measures are sufficient, you can use Vulnerability Scanning and Pentesting.
Cyber attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated. This creates new risks, such as the risk of data leaks.
What to do to prevent cyber attacks:
Hackers are always looking for the easiest way to hit their target. In many cases they come in via email. From the infected machine, they look where further burglary can be done in search of a company’s “crown jewels”. Therefore, always ensure layered security, to prevent hackers to infiltrate further into your network, even if they are already inside.
One of the most important ways for hackers to infiltrate in your network is by using vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities are caused, among others, by configuration errors, weak passwords and poorly developed software. Where it was sufficient in the past to conduct an annual vulnerability test, this is no longer sufficient in the current digital age.
New, but also increasingly serious, vulnerabilities are constantly emerging, which you must arm yourself against. That is why it is very important to detect these vulnerabilities as soon as possible and to take the appropriate measures against them.
With Scan, Secure & Comply, INISI, offers various forms of service to improve the security of your IT environment and keep it at the highest level.
The Next-Gen Vulnerability Management platform of Holm Security uses different security scanners, which constantly search in and around your network for weaknesses or vulnerabilities in the security of your IT infrastructure and / or web applications. The Security Operations Center (SOC) operating 24 × 7 identifies any vulnerabilities so you can start mitigating the risks immediately.
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Your business-critical web applications are optimally secured with Holm Security. Because Holm Security constantly scans for vulnerabilities and other problems in your web applications, web servers, database servers and other systems, you reduce the chance of issues such as downtime, data leaks or intrusion.
The Next-Gen Vulnerability Management platform of Holm Security facilitates compliance with standards like GDPR , NIS2 or PCI DSS. INISI’s Scan, Secure & Comply services help you be prepared for these standards and legislation by:
This service fulfills the need that an increasing number of organizations have: having tests carried out periodically by an ethical hacker. Because this service is combined with a continuous process designed to detect vulnerabilities, configuration errors and weak passwords, you not only get a snapshot, but you can also demonstrate that certain measures have helped to resolve vulnerabilities. In addition, this service provides insight into whether certain issues lead to a deviation from information security standards.
With Holm Security’s Next-Gen Vulnerability Management you are assured that your IT environment and web applications are continuously monitored for vulnerabilities. Despite all security measures, there is always a residual risk. Because for many organisations, it is unclear exactly what you have to comply with and what costs are involved, you come well prepared when you want to insure this residual risk with an insurer.
The term phishing stands for ‘angling’ for confidential data by malicious parties. A common method is to do this via email: recipients receive a confidence-inspiring email that includes a malicious link. Several technical measures can be taken to protect against this, but “the human factor” remains a risk. With Phishing-as-a-Service, you can stimulate awareness and test the extent to which your organization is resistant to these types of attack methods.
You have undoubtedly taken all kinds of measures to prevent security incidents. Most organizations use anti-malware software, have a modern firewall installed and use (online) backup. Despite all measures, the possibility remains that a malicious party will invade your network. Dangers can lurk from the outside via the internet, but also within the walls of your organization. Whether it is a vindictive (ex-) employee, a competitor or a criminal organization, almost every company will have to deal with this sooner or later.