IT SECURITY

IT SECURITY | SECURITY FOR YOUR IT ORGANIZATION!
PRIVILEGED IDENTITY MANAGEMENT (PIM).

Privileged accounts provide access to an organization’s important and critical system and information assets. Cyber attackers specifically target privileged and technical accounts. As a result, nearly all serious security breaches involve privileged accounts, which potential attackers appropriate and exploit, putting the entire organization at risk.

  • To protect against these modern threats, an organization must take countermeasures.
  • Protect privileged accounts, access to an organization’s important and critical system and information assets.
  • Regular series of penetration tests
  • Privileged and technical account collection, documentation, and auditing.
  • Build a complete level of security for privileged and technical accounts. This is a logical choice when it comes to protecting what matters most.
  • Establishing management processes for privileged and technical accounts in auditing processes, such as banks and insurance companies.

CGF supports its clients in selecting the right systems and technologies. We also work with our clients to develop comprehensive processes to protect privileged and technical accounts from cyber-attacks and misuse.

The common goal here is to prevent potential attacks before an organization can be harmed.

As a client, you can work with CGF to collect, assemble, and manage a set of privileged and technical accounts as part of a management solution, with the goal of building and ensuring effective defenses. Another option is to collect all your privileged and technical accounts into a single integrated security solution.

PRIVILEGED ACCESS MANAGEMENT (PAM)

Privileges ensure access to an organization’s critical and important systems, information, and processes, and enable the management and configuration of key processes at the operating system level. But, before comprehensive privileged access management can take hold in an organization, basic things need to be done in privilege management.

The following actions are necessary:

  • Active privilege management
  • Elimination of administrative privileges across the enterprise and their subsequent control
  • Risks that allow attackers to access your data.
  • Adherence to necessary compliance requirements
  • Removal of unneeded access rights
  • Whitelisting of applications

Through active privilege management, our customers achieve more efficient operations. Nearly 80 percent of all successful attacks occur due to existing elevated privileges. Running a comprehensive privilege management is not a task of years but can be done in hours.

We do this for our customers to:

Stop insider threats
Stop ransomware attacks
Stop zero-day attacks
Stop social engineering attacks

PRIVILEGED USER MANAGEMENT (PUM)
PUBLIC KEY INFRASTRUCTURE (PKI) )
CRYPTOGRAPHIC KEY MANAGEMENT (CKM)

Certificates and encryption material enable access to important and critical system and information assets of an organization as well as secure communication between systems. Therefore, it is important to protect them and minimize attack opportunities.

  • Conduct regular penetration testing to adequately capture, document, protect, and audit certificates and encryption material.
  • Track certificate expirations and monitor encryption material.
  • Fend off cyber attackers and avoid attacks that specifically exploit unknown and outdated trust positions.
  • Immediately detect certificate and encryption material security breaches for faster response times.

To protect against these modern threats, it is necessary for an organization to establish a complete level of security for certificates and encryption material. It is the logical choice when it comes to protecting what matters most. CGF helps clients select the right systems and technologies and works with clients to develop comprehensive processes to protect certificates and encryption material from cyberattacks and misuse.

Certificates and encryption material have become an important issue in auditing processes, for example in banks and insurance companies, which require the development of a management process here. The manufacturers of browsers and middleware systems are now reacting and no longer allow the use of outdated or already cracked algorithms. Our common goal here is to stop potential attacks before an organization can be damaged.

To defend against attacks and high damages, but also to help an organization to establish an active management of the trust. As a customer, you can work with CGF to collect, assemble, and manage your certificates and encryption materials as part of a management solution, with the goal of establishing and ensuring an effective defense. In addition, this allows you to perform necessary runtime monitoring as well as automate manual processes. Another option is to combine all your privileged and technical accounts into a single integrated security solution. As part of our ISO certification, we work with major vendors to implement these requirements.

Talk to us about how we can actively support and advise you here.

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