A company must always have measures in place to prevent, combat and mitigate cyberattacks.
Integration of Technology
The integration of technology into today's business models has made cybersecurity a critical issue for any organization. Every day we face attacks trying to steal data, commit fraud, extortion, etc. This not only affects the business, but also the company’s reputation in the eyes of its customers and employees.
These attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated and have a greater impact on the business; virtually inevitable. Facing cyber threats is no longer a simple matter, because it requires highly qualified professionals and complex tools.
Our main cybersecurity services
Through an audit, Sothis will be in charge of guiding the organization in order to reach a level of maturity in its cybersecurity strategy. In each individual case it is important to assess the needs of an organization, optimizing the resources used.
A penetration test tries to put our analyst in the shoes of an attacker, who will simulate a real attack. To do this, the team of analysts will conduct the technical tests needed to verify the security of the resources that are to be audited.
After completing the technical tests, the knowledge acquired regarding the status of the ICT infrastructure will be transmitted to those in charge of it, along with applicable solutions to prevent these actions from being carried out by a real attacker.
In Spanish and European territory there are a number of regulations that are mandatory based on the classification of each organization. In this type of audit, the aim is to align the policies, procedures and deployments of an organization with the compliance needs of the required regulations:
- Data Protection Act
- National Security Scheme
- Critical Infrastructure Protection Act
- Cybersecurity Seal
Awareness and Training
It is becoming increasingly common to invest in cybersecurity. However, in addition to powerful technical measures, are we investing in people?
"A chain is as strong as its weakest link and people are the weakest link in security"
Despite the many measures we put in place, people are the last link who will be deciding whether or not to open the malicious mail they just received. This is why it is important to educate and raise awareness among the organization's most critical assets: its people.
To achieve this, sessions are held with security specialists using a more theoretical - practical format that facilitates learning and answers the participants’ questions and concerns.
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