CYBERSECURITY FOR COMPANIES IN THE TECHNOLOGICAL AND INNOVATION SECTOR
Protect your intellectual property and sensitive data.
Technology Providers, Research Labs and High Tech Companies are facing more challenges than ever before to secure their data and services from cyber attacks. A majority of these companies rely solely on the internet, web applications or internet-facing systems to operate, which increases the extent of the damages that can be done by an attacker.
These cybercriminals often seek to disrupt the availability of the services – which only acts as a smokescreen, allowing them to compromise critical data and intellectual property that can later be used for industrial espionage or even be sold to malicious actors. Attackers will aim at any weak entry point in your system in order to reach potentially critical internal systems, which is why it’s important to regularly evaluate the cybersecurity of your Internet-facing systems, as well as testing your internal system for vulnerabilities in the event that a hacker breaches your external security.
Cybersecurity Challenges Faced in the Technology and Innovation Industry
Meeting PCI-DSS requirements for card payment processing.
Securing Internet-facing applications and systems from a breach that can spread to internal systems.
Maintaining systems and applications secure while improving features and providing accessibility of the service on all devices.
Securing critical customer data and intellectual property from a breach.
Implementing and securing the latest technological innovations to compete with competitors.
Maintaining the availability of the service in the event of an attack.
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Quick Assessment of your Cybersecurity with 6 Questions
Is your payment processing system PCI-DSS compliant?
Is there a system in place to detect intrusions?
How often are Manual Penetration Tests performed on critical systems and databases?
How often are systems and databases backed up?
Are there systems in place to prevent sophisticated attacks?
What systems and procedures are in place to mitigate the impact of a cyber attack?
If you could not confidently answer most of these questions, we recommend re-evaluating your systems and procedures in place to mitigate the eventuality of a cyber threat. Whether it’s for the integration of new technologies, the implementation of a new feature or simply to assess the security of your systems that were assumed to be secure, It is fundamental to regularly perform manual penetration tests to identify your risks of being affected by a damaging cyber attack and to correct your vulnerabilities before they are exploited.
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