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Reduce the risk of cyber-attacks and safeguard your brand and business

A well-known saying states that it is not a question of whether your company is going to be hacked, but when it is going to be hacked. Reducing the risk of cyber-attacks and data breaches to its absolute minimum will shield you from what could end up as front-page nightmares, loss of trust and customers, and – ultimately – erosion of your business.

Eliminate weak points in your infrastructure

An employee clicks on a malicious link in an e-mail. Virus spreads during update of a business application. Huge volumes of orchestrated traffic make an e-commerce website crash. Trusted users deliberately use their privileged access to get hold of critical data.

Despite most security budgets being increased these years, companies keep having weak points in their infrastructure. They are potential doors that hackers can walk through to gain access to your business-critical data and systems.


Strengthening your security posture

We help you build a fence that reflects your risk appetite and your business priorities.
Here are examples of three important things you can do to strengthen your security posture.

Suggestion 1
Make sure to not leave any digital doors open

Assessment. Scan. Test. We have different options in our security toolbox to identify where hackers can make their way into your infrastructure. Choose between:

  • Web Application Security Assessment
  • Web Application Vulnerability Scan
  • Web Application Penetration Test

If you are an Evolve Columbus client, you can easily add scanning and testing of web applications to your service. All companies and organizations can purchase these web application security services regardless of their vendor landscape. 
Choose your service as a one-off analysis, a recurring check or a constant monitoring.

Contact us to know more about our Web Application Security Services.


Suggestion 2
Check if your security landscape reflects your actual needs.

Companies tend to purchase and install a lot of security solutions over time, without checking if they need them. In fact, it is quite possible that the corporate infrastructure is already protected by a sub-solution in the company’s existing security technology portfolio.

Duplicating solutions is like hiring multiple guards for the same gate. It looks safer, but it leads to inefficiency, raises security risks and undermines security budgets. Protection does not lie in numbers, but in smart, strategic, and streamlined security strategies.

Let’s dive into your security technology landscape together and investigate if it matches your actual needs.

  • With our Security Assessment, we analyze your security technology portfolio and map it against your business needs and priorities. A comprehensive, easy-to-understand report will document any gaps, duplications, and potential optimizations – all to the benefit of your business and security budget.
  • Building on the Security Assessment, we will identify a Security Technology Roadmap, suggesting the smartest and most efficient way to optimized security across your business.

Contact us to learn how to streamline your current security landscape and prioritize your future security investments. 


Suggestion 3
Build security with Privileged Access Management (PAM)

Privileged Access Management (PAM) is a proactive defense mechanism that not only safeguards sensitive information, but also ensures that only trusted individuals wield the keys to your critical infrastructure. It minimizes the risk of data breaches and unauthorized manipulations. In essence, PAM is the sentinel of cybersecurity. It orchestrates a symphony of permissions to fortify organizations like yours against the discord of malicious misuse.

Contact us to get an insight into Privileged Access Management.

Take Control of Your Cyber Future

Investing in cybersecurity is an investment in your organization's future. It's not just about protection; it's about empowerment. Secure your digital presence, protect your stakeholders, and take control of your cyber future today.

Collaborating with Columbus on cybersecurity will allow you to:

  • Shield against sophisticated cyber threats
  • Preserve reputation and trust
  • Comply with regulatory standards
  • Safeguard intellectual property
  • Ensure business continuity and resilience
  • Prevent financial losses

Read our latest blog post

We hear about it in the news all too often. Ransomware hitting Iaas and PaaS platforms that in turn paralyze digital commerce businesses by stealing customer data. This type of event can have disastrous effects on your operations as well as customer trust. But there are ways to protect your business.

Read 5 ways to protect your digital commerce business from cyber attacks

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