With more frequent and increasingly vicious cyberattacks, vulnerabilities in IT architecture pose a severe threat.
A cyberattack on oil and gas control systems can result in severe consequences to human safety and the environment in the form of ruptures, explosions, fires, releases and spills.
The NIS directive and, in some countries, stricter national security legislation impose new, higher requirements on companies within critical infrastructure in terms of information security.
It’s no secret that organisations have physical assets that require protection.
Every day most of us work with several different systems. Through our computer and other digital devices we access information that is physically in a completely different place.
With a constantly more serious threat scenario, everyone today needs to be aware of the risk of a cyber attack and the consequences of insufficient security.
Jonas Dellenvall, CTO at Advenica, shares his view on the security year ahead of us.
In today’s politically volatile and digitalised world, it’s more important than ever to protect critical information.