In this period of emergency caused by the Coronavirus, the risks and threats of cyberattacks, to which both public and private companies are exposed, are greatly amplified.
The “Global Information Security Survey-2020”, compiled by Ernst & Young, shows that information security (infosec) is not the subject of significant corporate investment as it is not yet perceived as a priority.
The extension of smart working, made indispensable by the restrictions on mobility, has highlighted vulnerabilities in technological infrastructures: this rapid change has involved a redefinition of the surface area of exposure to risk, invalidating what until now was considered the “company perimeter”.
The investigations of the Polizia Postale show how public and private organizations, at this delicate moment, are targets of continuous cyberattacks such as malware, ransomware, phishing and data breach.
Cybersecurity is, therefore, an essential aspect of digital business logic: it is increasingly evident that cybersecurity must be integrated into business processes. It is essential that companies invest in efficient business continuity models that include crisis management plans and alternative ways of delivering IT services (disaster recovery).
EURIX, thanks to its consolidated knowledge of IT governance and network security, offers effective cyberattack risk prevention solutions.
EURIX supports organizations to define the combination of resources that ensure security and performance, reducing the risks of hacker attacks and increasing services resilience.
In particular, the services proposed include specialist consultancy for the implementation of a model for ICT security governance, identification and monitoring of performance indicators and support for the management of security systems and platforms.
Finally, training and sensitization activities on security issues are promoted.