IT Security – the basis for your company
Ever-growing volumes of data, massive networking of information, and daily new security threats make IT security a central issue.
Companies need to secure their own networks and data as well as possible, while simultaneously providing seamless documentation of their security situation.
Our holistic approach
With Consist's holistic IT security concept, you can document your compliance with statutory security requirements while improving the performance of your IT for the long term.
Key issues for your IT security strategy
Services related to our IT Security strategy
Analyze and Detect
- Vulnerability tests
- Penetration tests
- Documentation and evaluation of vulnerabilities
- Management consulting
- Development of a suitable security strategy
- Preparation and support for certifications
- Technical consulting and training
- Introduction of insider threat management
- Setup of a SIEM, SOAR, or SOC
- Projects for modernization, digitization, and Big Data
- Managed Services
Your company benefits in multiple ways
- Data and legal security
- Improved IT performance
- Stronger image among stakeholders
IT security solutions should be legally secure as well as meaningful, easy to integrate, and scalable to the size of the company using them.
"IT security isn't a budget question – IT security has to be lived. The best security systems and security tools are useless if they're bypassed by employees."
FAQs on IT Security
Doesn't data monitoring inevitably come at the expense of employee rights?
No, modern solutions take this into account by pseudonymizing the data.
Does every company need a SIEM?
It is not yet mandatory for every company. However, it makes it far easier to detect and prevent security incidents from various sources.
What is the best way for a company active in the field of critical infrastructures to meet the requirements of the GDPR?
With a solution that provides seamless documentation and at the same time works frugally with data.
Are employees really so frequently the trigger for data accidents or data theft?
Unfortunately, they are – both unconsciously as well as intentionally. Currently about 30% of security incidents are caused by employees.