Protect the most valuable, the information

Having a security plan is fundamental. As companies take advantage of the technology to make their businesses advance towards a digital model, more data between companies, partners and clients are generated. This information is the soul of the entrepreneurial ecosystem and it is increasingly valuable for the companies.

But there are also new threats and vulnerabilities, and thus, it is fundamental to understand the cybersecurity as an investment and not as an expenditure. The SMEs are especially vulnerable since they invest less in security than the bigger companies.

Moreover, in order to innovate and realise its digital potential, with regard to any commercial and client objective, the organisations need security approaches that allow them to focus in their business, a phenomenon that is changing the face of the industry of the cybersecurity.

We develop implementation programs that bolster the value of the security at all levels of the companies. We work to identify and bridge cybersecurity gaps, risk management and compliance.

1. Policy and regulations

To define, document and disseminate the security strategy. Also, regulations and procedures are specified regarding information security.

2. Control and access

Controlling the access to the information resources is the first way of protecting them; identifying who can access where and to do what.

3. Backup Files

Backup Files to guarantee availability, integrity and confidentiality of the information of the company.

4. Antimalware protection

To design our network in a secure way or manage adequately the administration accounts.

5. Updates

Make sure all our software and firmware is up to date, paying special attention to the more critical applications (Operating Systems, antivirus or CMS).

6. Network security

Restrict and control the access to our corporate network. Additionally, we pay special monitoring in the use of removable storage devices.

7. Traffic information

Taking into account factors such as device theft or connection to unsafe networks to guarantee the security of our information outside the facilities of the business.

8. Medium management

To study and choose the most adequate types of storage mediums (hard drives, magnetic stripes, SAN-NAS networks, etc.)

9. Activity log

To gather the relevant details (when, how, why, from whom, etc.) about the most significant events in our information systems.

10. Continuity of the business

To define and try a set of tasks and actions aimed at recover the normal activity as soon as possible in light of emergence of a security incident.

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