Cyber security is a process that has to adapt quickly and continuously to new threats and requirements. Vulnerabilities - whether in a product, system, network or company - represent security risks and only those who master them can achieve effective protection.
This is exactly where CYOSS comes into play: We help you to identify and evaluate your - potential - risks and either prevent them or deal with them specifically.
Digitisation is increasingly exposing IT infrastructures and embedded systems to cyber attacks. And as systems become more complex, the number of vulnerabilities rises. We systematically conduct security and penetration tests to reliably identify security vulnerabilities and analyse deployed security mechanisms. We evaluate identified vulnerabilities in terms of their risk and make recommendations on how to remedy them.
With regard to Internet of Things (IoT) or conncected mobility (Car-to-X), it is becoming more and more important that information security is already part of the development of networked products and that the principle of security by design is adhered to. CYOSS has the right strategy thanks to its many years of expertise in embedded systems: We develop, integrate and improve security mechanisms in all stages of the development process in close cooperation with manufacturers and suppliers. The aim is to identify and eliminate potential vulnerabilities already in the planning phase.
Technology alone is no longer sufficient to deal with the challenge of detecting attacks early on and limiting potential damage to a minimum. It is essential to train processes and qualify staff in incident detection & response. In our state-of-the-art simulation center, real scenarios become tangible: How do your IT security staff react under pressure? And how quickly do the latest protection methods work? With an extremely realistic training experience, CYOSS specifically strengthens the competence of your IT security staff or team (SOC / CERT / CSIRT).
Holistic security management is the key to comprehensive security. With the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0, many areas are now connected - from production through corporate networks to end products. That is why we do not consider the security of a product, an IT infrastructure or an industrial control system in isolation, but always have the big picture in mind. And that includes not only technology, but also organisational aspects, processes and the human factor.