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Cybersecurity & Data Protection

We increasingly depend on information technology to manage our key business processes at work, as well as in our private lives. Any new service invariably becomes connected through IT systems, networks, software and the internet. This in turn makes them more vulnerable to hostile or accidental security breaches. We independently confirm that you (and your suppliers) meet cybersecurity regulations and standardized criteria to mitigate that risk.

We cannot live without information & communication technology (ICT) anymore. But the constant threat of hackers taking advantage of vulnerable services emphasizes how crucial security, protection and privacy are to us all, and to our business activities.

Due to its critical societal aspects, cybersecurity has also become a compliance topic. In Europe, for instance, privacy is regulated through the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Operators of Essential Services (OESs) and Digital Service Providers (DSPs) must comply with the EU Network and Information Security (NIS) directive.

How can you be sure that your organization and systems are secure and compliant? To answer this question, there are many standards, best practices and guidelines such as ISO 27001, ISO 27017 for Cloud Security, ISO 27701 for Privacy Management and many more.

Understand and address your cyber risks

In this fast-evolving field, it’s important to work with a cyber security advisor who understands the assets, systems and equipment you’re seeking to protect, as well as the time and budgetary pressures you face.

Address threats to your projects and operations before hackers can exploit them by integrating best practices for handling risks, managing controls and barriers, and ensuring you are up to date and comply with the latest standards and regulations.

Understand risk in your operational technology (OT) and IT and infrastructure, build a powerful force of defence against cyber attacks, and win stakeholder support for your governance, risk and compliance strategies.

  • (ISO/IEC 27701)

    ISO/IEC 27701 is a data privacy extension to ISO/IEC 27001. This newly published information security standard provides guidance for organizations looking to put in place systems to support compliance with GDPR and other data privacy requirements. ISO/IEC 27701, also abbreviated as PIMS (Privacy Information Management System) outlines a framework for Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Controllers and PII Processors to manage data privacy. Privacy information management systems are sometimes referred to as personal information management systems.

  • (OT, IT & IoT Security)

    For maximum protection, businesses must address cybersecurity in a holistic way with the involvement and commitment of multiple stakeholders. We offer businesses a complete picture of the maturity of their organization in terms of information security and cyber resilience.

  • (ISO/IEC 20000-1)

    Companies in today’s global economy, no matter their size or industry, depend more and more on technology to promote and deliver their products to the market. This is complicated further by the fast-paced changes in technology. Whether you are an IT outsourcing firm, or a company depending on IT for its back-end and front-end processes, continuously improving the quality of your IT Service Management System with ISO 20000 certification from a trustworthy, independent certification body is essential. And with more and more companies requiring ISO/IEC 20000-1 certification as a prerequisite to signing deals, it is fast becoming obligatory.

  • (ISO/IEC 27001)

    Certification of your information security management system demonstrates your commitment to proactively manage and protect your information and assets and ensure compliance with legal requirements.

  • (Security & Penetration Tests)

    Minimise the risk of a cyber incident by employing systematic testing services, including ethical hacking, to identify and help prioritize and mitigate cyber security gaps in your people, processes and technologies.

Build cyber security resilience

Overcome gaps in your organization’s cyber security defences to ensure the resilience of your critical information systems, and boost confidence that your processes and procedures cover the latest threats and industry best practices.