Data at the Heart of Business
Information Systems (IS) are at the heart of business procedures. Used in all professions and networks, they are constantly evolving to assimilate and treat ever-increasing amounts of sensitive data each day.
At high risk of malicious attacks from organisations and individuals using software available on the Internet, IS now need to push past their traditional boundaries and expand the perimeter to protect when it comes to fighting external threats.
From threat management to IT risk prevention, IS protection is a key issue. It’s no longer a case of if will you be attacked, instead it’s when will you be attacked? So, in addition to preventing attacks, we also need to ensure service continuity and business recovery after an attack.
To take advantage of specialised solutions, businesses can work with external companies who offer managed services. They will define and implement risk analysis procedures and a cyber-security strategy.
A Global Expertise
Sonema offers a global approach to security for IT systems and networks and ensures continuity of service and asset protection for its clients. As telecommunication networks provide support for IT facilities, it is vital to protect client data, traffic and applications.
Within our support framework, Sonema will help you to define, implement and check the compliancy of your global IT security systems policy. This analysis allows us to identify any weaknesses in the architecture.
Additionally, Sonema has created a managed service offer, which aims to protect businesses from cyber-attacks and malicious software using the latest threat prevention technologies.
Sonema will help you define your global cyber defence strategy and will protect your networks, applications and data.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does cyber security mean?
What is a Sandbox?
What is a firewall?
What is a WAF?
What is a DDoS attack?
What is the PCI DSS?
What is a VPN (Virtual Private Network)?
Multiple tunnelling protocols can be used including SSL/TLs and IPSec.
What does IPSec mean?
IPSec is also used to establish VPN links as it can securely connect 2 IT systems using an existing network.
What does SSL mean?
a Private Key and a Public Key. These keys work together to create a secure channel of communication between a customer and a server downstream of an authentication step. The SSL encryption ensures that important data like user names, passwords etc sent by the user to the server remain private and integral.
What does TLS mean?
TLS and SSL are not interoperable but TLS offers upward compatibility for older machines which are still using SSL.
The TLS protocol specifications take place on 2 levels:
- The TLS Record Protocol which ensures that the connection is private
- The TLS Handshake Protocol which allows authentication between the server and customer and the negotiation of cryptographic keys before the application protocol transmits any data.
What is strong authentication?
Strong authentication therefore combines several authentication strategies including:
- Something You Know – includes passwords and phrases
- Something You Have – includes smart cards and token devices
- Something You Are – includes fingerprints and retina scans
This information is then linked to an identity and access management solution which is in turn linked to the company’s directory or a metadirectory which references all the base users and their rights.
What does SSO mean?
SSO eliminates the need for users to remember and manage several different sets of login credentials or passwords.
However, by grouping a user’s authentication credentials, SSO increases the value and amount of data which may be breached in the event of the password being stolen.
What is penetration testing?
It involves evaluating the security of an IT facility or network by carrying out a simulated cyber-attack using malware. The tester plays the role of a hacker and carries out a risk assessment test based on an IT system’s incorrect configuration, a configuration fault or weaknesses in the system. The aim of this test is to identify weaknesses and potential vulnerabilities and to draw up a plan of action to improve security for the IT system.
What does SOC mean?
What is Ransomware?
What is a Botnet?
What is Phishing?
What is Spam?
What is a Vulnerability?
What is a Digital Identity?
What is a CISO?
The CISO is usually responsible for handling IT risk management for the company. They draw up action plans and recommendations for network and system security, physical security, informing users about security risks and establishing an action plan for business continuity in the event of an incident. The CISO must also help establish and implement a security policy with a focus on continuous improvement and performance assessment. Accordingly, they also oversee the creation of an ISP within the company.
What is an ISP?
The process for defining this policy is based on a risk analysis of the IT system security.
Once it has been validated by the organisation’s IT security team, the ISP must be given to all those concerned by the IT system (users, operators, sub-contractors, providers etc.) It acts as a communication tool for the organisation and its ISP responsibilities, plus the resources available to prevent against risks.