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Guidelines for IT Security

Increase your IT security by deploying an Information Security Management System (ISMS). Identify potential risks and improve your security measures in order to act properly in case of incidents and to prevent issues sustainably. We support you with any security related process optimization and ISMS implementation. We take the necessary steps for and lead you to an ISO 27001 certification.

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Identify, evaluate and protect against threats

Threat Modelling

  • The most common distinction is between blackbox and whitebox tests. A blackbox test is an audit that comes without any additional information for the penetration tester. In contrast, during a whitebox test, the tester might be given information about the target, its configuration or details about access managements, rules or IP addresses. The latter one usually results in a more detailed test that covers more points and gives a more extensive security analysis.
  • The most common distinction is between blackbox and whitebox tests. A blackbox test is an audit that comes without any additional information for the penetration tester. In contrast, during a whitebox test, the tester might be given information about the target, its configuration or details about access managements, rules or IP addresses. The latter one usually results in a more detailed test that covers more points and gives a more extensive security analysis.
  • The most common distinction is between blackbox and whitebox tests. A blackbox test is an audit that comes without any additional information for the penetration tester. In contrast, during a whitebox test, the tester might be given information about the target, its configuration or details about access managements, rules or IP addresses. The latter one usually results in a more detailed test that covers more points and gives a more extensive security analysis.

Social Engineering

  • The most common distinction is between blackbox and whitebox tests. A blackbox test is an audit that comes without any additional information for the penetration tester. In contrast, during a whitebox test, the tester might be given information about the target, its configuration or details about access managements, rules or IP addresses. The latter one usually results in a more detailed test that covers more points and gives a more extensive security analysis.
  • The most common distinction is between blackbox and whitebox tests. A blackbox test is an audit that comes without any additional information for the penetration tester. In contrast, during a whitebox test, the tester might be given information about the target, its configuration or details about access managements, rules or IP addresses. The latter one usually results in a more detailed test that covers more points and gives a more extensive security analysis.
  • The most common distinction is between blackbox and whitebox tests. A blackbox test is an audit that comes without any additional information for the penetration tester. In contrast, during a whitebox test, the tester might be given information about the target, its configuration or details about access managements, rules or IP addresses. The latter one usually results in a more detailed test that covers more points and gives a more extensive security analysis.
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