We offer worldwide managed cybersecurity services for organizations with complex and dynamic IT infrastructures. Our managed services are modular, scalable and cost-effective, and always based on Zero Trust.
How do you bridge the gap between strategy and operations? In this webinar, our Lead Architect and CISO discuss the noticeable shift from an operational approach to Zero Trust to the strategic level at which CISOs and CIOs operate.
Pentesting is often seen as a necessary evil for audits. It is also a challenge to get the right pentesters in house. But the quality of the pentest then depends on personal skills. In this webinar we will show you how automated pentesting offers a solution for this.
The revelation of this week’s serious RCE vulnerability in the relatively unknown software agent OMI (Open Management Infrastructure) is eye-opening to many, and sheds a light on the perhaps overlooked topic of hidden risks.
Last week’s uproar on the Microsoft Azures database (Cosmos bug) hit the boardroom. A lot of major companies use Microsoft Cloud, so Azure customers were in for a rough surprise. Wiz's Chief Technology Officer Ami Luttwak (his company found the vulnerability) describes it as “the worst cloud vulnerability you can imagine.”
One of the speakers at the Future of Information and Communication Conference is our own Yuri Bobbert, CISO and professor at Antwerp Management School. He’ll be presenting his paper ‘On the Design and Engineering of a Zero Trust Security Artefact’, which discusses ON2IT’s Zero Trust Framework and the ongoing validation of this approach.
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