Blog post: Protect your SCADA Environment from Weaknesses
Vulnerabilities in protocol gateways can result in serious cybersecurity attacks. The right solutions are needed to secure your SCADA environment.
Swedish authority places order worth MSEK 5 on cybersecurity services from Advenica
Advenica has received a new order, worth MSEK 5, from a Swedish authority.
Swedish government has proposed a new supplement to the Security Protection Act
The new proposal aims to prevent potential sales that could harm the security of Sweden.
Blog post:Data diodes raise cybersecurity for banks
Segmentation using data diodes is an essential measure to mitigate security risks for banks.
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Advenica grows in Europe - receives order for crypto products worth MSEK 19
Advenica has received an additional order from a European authority regarding products and services for VPN equipment.
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Blog post: Why Vienna chose Advenica’s Data Diodes to protect its energy infrastructure
Wiener Netze in Vienna uses Advenica’s Data Diodes to provide complete protection for SCADA systems in operational technology.
Advenica grows in Europe – new contract worth MSEK 12 from a public sector customer
Advenica has won a contract for products and services from a public sector customer in a European country.
Blog post: Secure information management for ICS systems
Secure information management for ICS systems is one of the most challenging areas for companies using them.
Advenica receives order worth MSEK 1.1 from Finnish customer
Advenica has received a new order for development of services for high assurance cybersecurity solutions from a Finnish customer.
Blog post: How to do a secure transfer of SCADA information
The processes that SCADA systems control, and monitor are often of very sensitive nature - special solutions are needed to get a secure transfer.
Advenica receives new order for data diodes, worth SEK 1.7 million, from Swedish authority
Advenica has received a new order for data diodes from a Swedish authority. The deal is worth MSEK 1.7 and the delivery will start immediately.
Advenica Austria receives a new order for Data Diodes from a customer inside public sector
Advenica has received a new order for Data Diodes from a customer inside public sector. The order is worth MSEK 1.0 and delivery is planned to Q2 2020.
European authority places order worth MSEK 5.9 on Advenica's crypto products
Advenica has received an order from a European authority regarding adaptation and delivery of VPN equipment.
New White Paper: "Securing Dell EMC PowerProtect Cyber Recovery Solution with Advenica hardware security options"
Additional options available from Advenica for added security around the Dell EMC PowerProtect Cyber Recovery Solution
Advenica receives a new order, worth SEK 26 million, from a Swedish authority
Advenica has received a new order from a Swedish authority. The deal is worth SEK 26 million.
Blog post: Security in a future of IoT based on 5G
How does security work In a future of IoT in a 5G world? Here are some important things to consider.
Blog post: Cybersecurity trends for 2020
We have noted a few trends within cybersecurity for 2020 that we want to share.
Blog post: How to get started with information security work?
The digital world places new, higher demands on information security. Do you know how to start working with information security?
Blog post: How the energy sector can secure power and a functioning society
With more frequent and increasingly vicious cyberattacks, vulnerabilities in IT architecture pose a severe threat.
Advenica and Dell Technologies in strategic cooperation for a more secure future
Advenica and Dell Technologies have initiated a joint strategic cooperation to use hardware-based security solutions from Advenica.
Order worth MSEK 10 from Swedish authorities for product development of Advenica Cross Domain Solutions
Advenica has received an order from Swedish authorities for product development related to Cross Domain Solution. An agreement worth approximately MSEK 10.
Blog post: Security culture - an important part of cyber security
Cybersecurity today is not only a technical challenge but also a human challenge - a matter of security culture.
Advenica receives new development assignment, worth SEK 5.4 million, from FMV
Advenica has received a new order from FMV (The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration). The deal is worth MSEK 5.4 and the project will start immediately.
Blog post: Lack of cybersecurity awareness in the oil & gas industry – a major risk for the environment
A cyberattack on oil and gas control systems can result in severe consequences to human safety and the environment.
Blog post: How municipalities keep citizens’ integrity and privacy safe
Ransomware attacks on municipalities and similar organisations are more frequent than ever. The attacks can block all computers, and thus all digital communication, with the attacker demanding a huge ransom to unblock them. Avoiding digital communication is hardly an option in today's world. The only way to protect digital communication and not fall victim to these attacks is to work with cybersecurity in a consistent and structured way.
Swedish customer places new order, worth SEK 6.5 million, on Advenica's products and services
Advenica, the Swedish supplier of cyber security solutions, has received a new order from a Swedish authority. The deal is worth MSEK 6.5 and the delivery will start immediately.
Blog post: Information security compliance – five business benefits
Ransomware attacks are more frequent than ever. The attacks can block all computers, and thus access all digital communication, with the attacker demanding a huge ransom to unblock them. Maintaining the security and privacy of information; i.e. information security, is therefore a growing area of concern. Information security compliance means your organisation meets the standards for data privacy and information security that apply to your specific industry. And compliance brings significant benefits to you and your business!
Blog post: How you secure the management's commitment to information security
Digitalisation is making information security an area that is becoming increasingly important. With more and more devices connected to the Internet, the possible attack surfaces into your own IT infrastructure are increasing and all companies and authorities need to ensure that they are doing what they can to avoid an attack. A structured approach to information security is therefore something that must be in place. But how do you go about securing management's commitment so that information security is prioritized? Here are a few things you should bring to a presentation for the management.
October - the European Cyber Security month
European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) is an EU awareness campaign that promotes cyber security among citizens and organizations about the importance of information security and highlighting the simple steps that can be taken to protect their data, whether personal, financial and/or professional. The main goal being to raise awareness, change behaviour and provide resources to all about how to protect themselves online.
Acting CEO Marie Bengtsson appointed CEO of Advenica
Marie Bengtsson has been the CFO of Advenica since January 2015 and took over as acting CEO in January 2019. Marie has successfully and with great commitment led the development of the company during the year.
Advenica launches new unique products in the Data diode family
New products from Advenica give more organisations the opportunity to ensure a unidirectional information exchange and this way be able to protect their most valuable information. The new products have the same performance as current solutions but have a more compact size. One of the products is now on display at SEC-T in Stockholm on September 19-20.
Blog post: Is your security solution future proof?
Today, there are many suppliers of different information security solutions. But do you know how future-proof the solution you choose to invest in actually is? Who is responsible if your solution is hacked in a few years?
Advenica receives order worth MSEK 5.7 from Finnish customer
Advenica, a leading European provider of cybersecurity solutions, has received a new order for high assurance cybersecurity solutions from a customer working closely with the Finnish National security.
Blog post: The NIS directive - we can help you comply
The purpose of the NIS directive is for providers of essential services to work with risk-based security. This entails, among other things, requirements for both a reporting obligation for incidents as well as continuous work in a structured and methodical manner according to accepted standardized frameworks. Safety assessments and subsequent action plans must also be documented and monitored annually. How is this work progressing in your organisation? Have you started to work for compliance with all the requirements?
Finnish order worth MSEK 4.5 for Advenica
A customer inside the Finnish public sector turns to Advenica to provide high assurance cybersecurity solutions.
Blog post: How does your organisation secure information security in ICS and SCADA systems?
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. Secure IT/OT integration is one of the areas that is a challenge for these companies. How to ensure information security while maintaining the accessibility and integrity of the systems?
Advenica grows in Europe – new Austrian order worth MSEK 5
Advenica, a leading European provider of cybersecurity solutions, has received a new order for products and services from a customer inside the Austrian public sector.
Advenica's data diodes receive national security accreditation in Austria
Advenica SecuriCDS Data Diode have now been approved by the Bundesministerium fűr Landesverteidigung (BMLV) and thus obtained national security accreditation in Austria.
New order worth MSEK 7.6 for Advenica in Finland
Advenica, a leading European provider of cybersecurity solutions, has won a new order for products and services from a customer inside the Finnish public sector.
Blog post: Know how to do secure file transfer to classified networks?
Many organisations today have difficulties tracking and securing all data transfer channels that expose them to security threats. Data transfer channels, such as file uploads, portable media devices, and email attachments, all have the potential to carry targeted attacks that can damage an organisation’s reputation, financial standing, customer relationships, and for critical infrastructure, sensitive equipment and the facility itself.
Blog post: Feel in control regarding the NIS directive?
The NIS directive was adopted in 2016 in EU and sets a range of network and information security requirements which apply to operators of essential services and digital service providers (DSPs). Since it is an EU directive, every EU member state has to adopt national legislation, which follows or ‘transposes’ the directive. The deadline for national transposition by the EU member states was 9 May 2018.
Advenica signs MSEK 29 deal with one of Sweden’s major energy companies regarding overall cybersecurity solution
The Swedish provider of advanced cybersecurity solutions will supply the power company with an overall concept comprising both products and services. The agreement duration is four years, with an option for a fifth year. Deliveries start in the second quarter of 2019.
New White Paper: "Network segmentation - fundamental to information security"
Network segmentation limits the damage of a cyberattack. Without it, there is a risk that sensitive information can leak or be manipulated, and that malware and ransomeware can spread uncontrollably and quickly.
Blog post: Is your organisation protected from being hacked?
The methods used by the attackers are becoming more and more refined. In addition, the attacks today are usually targeted and well-planned, unlike the more general methods that have existed before. The threat landscape has thus changed in terms of strategy and tactics.
Blog post: Cyber-attacks – part of our everyday lives
Digitalisation has given us a tool for instant global communication, the Internet. This development is basically positive in many ways, but unfortunately it also means that the possibilities of violating the networks of others are increasing. This since almost all devices connected to the Internet potentially can be hacked. Advanced cyber-attacks from various directions, even from state attackers in other countries, are therefore today unfortunately part of our everyday life.
Advenica initiates partnership with Nixu
Advenica and Nixu have initiated a partnership regarding cybersecurity solutions. The collaboration makes Nixu a complete solution provider for Advenica products within Northern Europe.
Blog post: When a firewall is not enough
What do you do to protect your organisation’s network and information flow? What solution do you use and depend on? For many system administrators, the answer would include some sort of firewall. But another important question to ask is when a firewall isn’t enough.
Advenica receives order for cybersecurity products from European Space Agency
Advenica, a leading European provider of cybersecurity solutions, has received an order for both encryption products and Cross Domain Solutions from the European Space Agency (ESA).
Advenica initiates partnership with OPSWAT
Advenica and OPSWAT have initiated a strategic collaboration on security solutions. The collaboration gives an opportunity to offer customers an integrated, comprehensive solution for secure file transfer.
Blog post: What is a data diode and how does it work?
It’s no secret that organisations have physical assets that require protection. In the same way, valuable or even classified information kept on sensitive networks also needs to be safeguarded. One way of doing so is by isolating the networks, making them inaccessible to all other external networks.
Blog post: The defence needs trusted cybersecurity solutions – do you?
Not everybody can be a producer for the defence industry. To design, develop and produce products for the national security segment requires control of all aspects in the development project as well as all aspects of the product. No question can be left open, answers must be provided.
Blog post: Maintain security, even when working remotely!
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. For example, to monitor a facility, one is often dependent on being able to access information remotely. It is simply not practical that the person who is to monitor must always be in the same physical location as the system to be monitored.
FMV places new order, worth MSEK 35, on Advenica's encryption products
Advenica, the Swedish provider of cybersecurity solutions, has received an order from FMV (The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration) for encryption products. A deal worth approximately MSEK 35 and with delivery on an ongoing basis during 2019 and early 2020.
Blog post: Four reasons to invest in future-proof solutions today
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. Critical infrastructure is particularly vulnerable. For those of you responsible for such operations, we have compiled some talking points so you can make responsible and sustainable decisions.
Blog post: The cyber year of 2019 and what’s to come
Jonas Dellenvall, CTO at Advenica, shares his view on the security year ahead of us. Technological development is evolving in an incredibly fast pace with the increase of AI, machine learning and quantum technology.
Blog post: 5 steps to controlled remote access with RDP
Today, remote access is commonly used to connect with servers and networks at a distance. The functionality is there but the control is missing. Inadequate knowledge and lack of time to stay up to date about new security issues tend to make people rely on old routines.
Blog post: Are you protecting the right things?
In today's digitalised world it is increasingly important to protect information. The more online we are, and with more systems paired, the easier it is for a potential attacker to find doors to critical information.
Blog post: All clouds are not made equal – five questions to ask your cloud service provider
“Confidential information must be considered breached”, this is stated by a Swedish Legal Expert Group in a recently published statement on the use of cloud services for confidential information.
Advenica launches smart and complete cybersecurity service
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Blog post: Five key facts in the Quantum Age
Quantum computers enable more efficient processes and new opportunities. We look into some of the effects of quantum technology.
Blog post: What was the actual target of the water station break-in?
The cyber threat towards critical infrastructure functions is clear. So, what was the purpose of the burglary in the water station break-in?
Advenica enters partnership with CGI Sweden
Advenica and CGI Sweden have initiated a strategic partnership regarding products and services to the Swedish market. The partnership makes it possible to provide customers with an overall cybersecurity solution.
Further growth in Finland – Advenica receives MSEK 1.5 order
Yet another Finnish governmental agency signs an agreement for Advenica’s high assurance cybersecurity solutions.
Advenica grows in Europe – Austrian order worth over MSEK 3
Advenica, as a leading European provider of cybersecurity, has received a new order in Austria worth over MSEK 3 to be delivered in Q2/2018.
Finnish MSEK 2.5 order on Advenica’s cybersecurity
An organisation in the Finnish governmental sector turns to Advenica to provide high assurance cybersecurity solutions.
New order from FMV for Advenica encryption products – worth MSEK 19.5
Advenica has received an order from FMV (The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration) for hardware encrypted VPN products. An agreement worth approximately MSEK 19.5 with delivery Q2 2018.
Heléne Bittmann new Swedish VP Sales for the National Security focus area at Advenica
Advenica’s new VP Sales, Heléne Bittmann, brings deep knowledge and vast experience from the Swedish and international defence and security industry. Starting late June 2018, she will be responsible for the company’s solid development in Sweden within the focus area National Security.
Agreement with Asian energy company through Advenica’s partner – order worth MSEK 3.5
Advenica has through its Singapore-based partner Athena Dynamics signed a general agreement with one of Asia's larger energy companies. The first delivery takes place immediately.
New success in critical infrastructure for Advenica - energy company places order worth MSEK 4
Advenica continues to grow within critical infrastructure. The Swedish provider of cybersecurity solutions deepens its cooperation with one of Sweden's larger energy companies. The newly signed agreement includes products and services allowing the customer to rapidly reinforce protection and be better prepared for compliance with GDPR, NIS and the upcoming Swedish security protection legislation.
Advenica extends agreement with a Swedish authority - new order worth 3 MSEK
The order placed is worth MSEK 3 with delivery scheduled during the first quarter of 2018. The customer, a larger Swedish governmental agency, is an established customer to whom Advenica previously has supplied similar equipment. The new order supplements the existing installations of Advenica’s hardware encryption.
Advenica receives MSEK 1.5 order from customer in the Finnish public sector
Advenica has received another significant order for 2018 from the Finnish public sector. The new order is placed on products, with delivery during Q1 this year.
Advenica signs Finnish order worth approximately MSEK 1
The newly signed order, worth approximately MSEK 1, includes Advenica’s products and services with delivery early 2018. The customer is an organisation in the Finnish public sector. The nature and circumstances of the industry regarding the delivery and the customer means that further information about the customer will not be published.
A Swedish international industrial corporation chooses Advenica
A Swedish international industrial corporation chooses Advenica - order worth MSEK 0.6. The Swedish developer and manufacturer of cybersecurity solutions, Advenica, has signed an order on Cross Domain Solutions and support services.
Advenica initiates partnership with Cygate Oy in Finland
Cygate Oy will offer Advenica’s classified products to their customers who require advanced IT solutions to protect their information and ensure a secure information exchange.
Advenica partners with expansive IT company - strengthens offer to Swedish governmental agencies
Advenica starts a partnership with the successful and fast-growing Infront IT-partner.
Advenica takes a strong hold of the cybersecurity market
Advenica takes a strong hold of the cybersecurity market – increased interest from potential partners. The agreement covers a mutual exchange of products and services to generate long-term success for all parties.
Advenica makes its debut on the Polish market
Advenica, the Swedish developer and manufacturer of cybersecurity solutions, has signed a strategically important agreement through its Polish partner Blue Energy. The order placed on cybersecurity platforms and support is from a customer within critical infrastructure.
Advenica signs one of the most significant orders so far in Finland - worth approximately MSEK 2.5
Advenica has achieved new success on the international market. The order placed on crypto products is from a new customer within the Finnish public sector.
Advenica grows its commitment to The Swedish Transport Administration
Advenica grows its commitment to The Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) with a three year agreement for crypto-solutions.
Trafikverket signs a three year agreement
Advenica, the Swedish supplier of cybersecurity solutions, has won a framework agreement for a period of three years in combination with an initial order of 1.9 MSEK from Trafikverket.
FMV orders crypto products worth 27 MSEK
The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) has placed an order for additional devices of Advenica’s network encryptor SecuriVPN, with estimated delivery in December 2017.
Arctic Paper chooses Advenica for risk and vulnerability analysis of information security
Advenica, the Swedish provider of cybersecurity, has won an order from the Arctic Paper Group. With the task of making a risk and vulnerability analysis, the first step is taken into a whole new industry within the strategically important Enterprise Solutions business area.
Yet another order for Advenica - will provide services for the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration worth 3,6 MSEK
In 2015, the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) signed a maintenance and support agreement with Advenica. Advenica has now received an order for services as part of an option included in the signed agreement. The order value amounts to approximately 3,6 MSEK and services will be delivered continuously until the first quarter of 2018.
Advenica achieves success in the East - signs orders worth approximately SEK 600 000
Advenica has grown on the international market. Now the establishment in Helsinki is followed by winning three orders, worth approximately SEK 600 000.
FMV orders more cybersecurity products
FMV has placed an order on Advenica's data diode. The product has previously been sold to customers within both Critical Infrastructure and Authorities in Sweden and abroad. Delivery is planned for the second quarter of 2017.
A Swedish authority chooses Advenica's cybersecurity solutions in a new project
A Swedish authority has chosen Advenica's innovative technology to protect their flow of information. The order is on Advenica's latest solution ZoneGuard and the order value is approximately SEK 800,000.
Advenica appoints Markus Gursch as CEO in Austria
Advenica begins the process of opening a subsidiary in Vienna and appoints Markus Gursch as CEO of Advenica in Austria.
Advenica strengthens cooperation with FMV
The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) has placed an order for technical studies on solutions for protected communication. The order value amounts to approximately SEK 1.7 million and delivery will take place in the fall of 2017.
Advenica has taken yet another order of the N3 approved data diode
A Swedish authority has placed an order for Advenica’s data diode which is classified up to and including level SECRET/TOP SECRET.
Advenica initiates partnership with Dustin in Finland
The cybersecurity company Advenica has initiated a strategic collaboration with Dustin Finland Oy. Dustin is one of Scandinavia's leading resellers of IT products and related services and solutions.
Staffan Lundgren appointed as VP of Professional Services
The Malmo-based cybersecurity company Advenica is recruiting Staffan Lundgren to the new post as VP of Professional Services. Staffan will be responsible for developing the service offering towards existing and new customers.
Order from new customer within critical infrastructure
The cybersecurity company Advenica has won an order from a global company working within the aerospace industry. The customer has chosen to use Advenica’s data diode, SecuriCDS DD1000i and the order value is SEK 166 500. The order will be delivered during the first quarter of 2017.
Advenica has won an order from a Nordic authority equivalent to 1 MSEK
The Malmo-based cybersecurity company Advenica has demonstrated the great value of their solutions and ensured yet another order on the company's VPN products (Virtual Private Network) that guarantees secure transfer of information while protecting its integrity.
Advenica receives an order from a new customer in Singapore
The Swedish cybersecurity company Advenica has received an order through their partner in Singapore, Athena Dynamics Pte Ltd. The order is for Advenica’s product SecuriCDS Data Diode, DD1000i that ensures unidirectional data traffic. Delivery is scheduled for the first quarter of 2017 and the order value is EUR 48,600.
Advenica has received a strategic order from a European authority
The Swedish cybersecurity company Advenica has received an order for both encryption and Cross Domain Solution products from a European authority. The order value is EUR 35 000 and the products will be delivered during the first quarter of 2017.
Advenica appoints Lars Nagy as head of development
Advenica, a Swedish cybersecurity company based in Malmo is recruiting Lars Nagy as the new head of development. Lars Nagy will be responsible for developing the company's existing systems and processes, contributing to develop new solutions and have a coordinating role. Lars will be included in Advenica’s management team.
Advenica wins another large order from a Swedish authority worth 23,8 MSEK
A Swedish authority has placed an order for Advenica’s cybersecurity solutions. The order includes Advenica’s solutions within VPN (Virtual Private Network) and additional devices for encrypted communications.
Advenica appoints Mikael Puska as CEO in Finland
In September, the Swedish cybersecurity company Advenica expanded to Finland and opened a new office in Helsinki. The company is now recruiting Mikael Puska as CEO of Advenica Oy.
Participation in research project within IoT-security
Advenica is participating in a research project funded by the government authority Vinnova and is run by the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) which is one of the faculties at Lund University. The project, with the working title SECONDS, intends to develop a service to automatically analyse and recommend missing security updates in a system.
Advenica’s data diodes approved by Swedish Armed Forces with the component assurance level N3 according to Swedish national security requirements
Advenica receives a smaller order from a Swedish Authority worth over half a million SEK
The Swedish cybersecurity company Advenica has received an order from a Swedish authority with the possibility to extend the project to include an additional order.
Advenica delivers products equivalent to 10 MSEK for a major government customer in Sweden
The cybersecurity company Advenica delivers the solutions, SecuriCDS ZoneGuard, SecuriCDS DD1000A and SecuriCDS1000i from the company’s product family Cross Domain Solutions for an existing customer. The products ensure a controlled flow of information between different IT systems with high assurance.
Network encryptors approved by Austrian MoD
Network encryptors approved by the Austrian Ministry of Defence (MoD) National Communication Security Authority (NCSA).
Advenica has won a strategic order from an EU country
The Swedish cybersecurity company Advenica has received an order of the cross-domain solution, SecuriCDS DD1000A.
Advenica expands - opens new office in Finland
Advenica's Board has decided to establish its own organisation in the Finnish market. Advenica is thereby investing in strengthening the cooperation with local partners and increasing the sales and delivery capacity.
Advenica signs framework agreement with Austrian Defense Forces
Advenica has recently signed a 10 year framework agreement contract with the Austrian Defense Forces to deliver its broad range of cutting edge cybersecurity solutions.