Cyber resilience is our business
Who we are
We’re a cybersecurity company, headquartered in Sweden, with subsidiaries in the UK, Austria, Germany, UAE, Kenya and South Africa.
We help organizations to comply with international, regional and local laws and regulations and to become cyber resilient.
We provide products and services as solutions that enable organizations to protect themselves against threats and withstand significant cyber attacks.
Cyber resilience is our business.
How we work
We assess your processes, procedures and systems for non-compliance. We test for vulnerabilities that put critical infrastructure and data at risk. How easy is it for hackers
and cyber criminals to break into your systems – or fool your employees?
We understand how risks in the general environment relate to your particular organization, helping you make the right (and only the right) investments. What’s your particular digital ‘footprint’ and risk profile – and what action do you need to take now to protect shareholders and stakeholders and meet compliance requirements?
We keep track of changes in the risk landscape and of emerging technologies that could threaten or benefit your organization. How can you manage cybersecurity risks more proactively and ensure ‘business as usual’ in the event of an attack?
We assess, design, implement and manage solutions that protect IT infrastructure and data assets.
These solutions combine state-of-the-art technologies from the world’s leading IT companies with tailored services delivered by accredited, experienced and highly trained cybersecurity professionals.
Partnership is key to our approach.
It means we get to know employees and help educate them to create a ‘cyber aware’ culture.
It means we help effect organizational change, treating the causes of problems, not just the symptoms.
Our approach is aligned with the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
in the US for the promotion of innovation and economic security.
The NIST framework consists of five, iterative steps:
- Identify – understand current and emerging risks.
- Protect – implement solutions that make organizations safer.
- Detect – continuously monitor for cyber events.
- Respond – take prompt action proportionate to the events.
- Recover – take prompt action to maintain resilience and restore services.
After more than a decade working with private and public sector clients in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, we have the insight, skills and experience to add value to your organization.