Digitalisation, Industry 4.0, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, the shift from classic on-premise infrastructures towards the cloud and the increasing demand for agility are presenting companies with new challenges in information security.
Failures of central processes of the core business, the loss of critical assets, image damage and fines amounting to 4% of the annual turnover within the framework of the DSGVO and the Security Act 2.0 are some of the risks already threatening the existence of a company due to inadequate information security. Compliance requirements in data protection are therefore always also requirements for information security and especially IT security.
Excellent information security communicated to the public creates trust with your customers and thus generates real added value in the form of stability, security, cost reduction, image enhancement as well as compliance and thus a significant competitive advantage.
A risk-based approach is essential to generate a positive return on investment. This ensures that the costs of the security measures are and remain in
line with the values and the risks.
- Information Security Management & Business Continuity
- Application Security & Secure Development
- Penetration Testing & Red Teaming
- Cloud Security
- Security Awareness
- Incident Response & Forensics
- Attack Detection, Security Monitoring & SOC
Insentis Information Security Framework© - IISF
With our Insentis Information Security Framework©, we have developed a 360° view of effective measures so that information security generates actual security and not just costs. We support you in selecting and applying the tools that are truly relevant to you.
- Identify: Identify organizational and technical information security risks and human factors.
- Protect: Reduce identified information security risks using appropriate technical and organizational defenses.
- Detect: Systematic detection of attacks and anomalies using appropriate technical sensors, such as monitoring and alerting, as well as the use of a SIEM and an IDS.
- Response: Taking reactive measures to defend against the attack and reduce the damage.
- Recover: Restoring operations and thus securing the business.
- Learn: Lessons Learned - using crises as an opportunity to strengthen for the future.