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Tems IT Security analyzes vulnerabilities to make companies data-secure against cybercrime.

According to the Cybercrime Report from the Federal Criminal Police Office, the number of reported cybercrime cases increased by 28.6% from 35,915 in 2020 to 46,179 cases in 2021. Whether through hacking, data corruption, data losses, meticulously planned attacks on sensitive infrastructures, fraud, drug trafficking in the darknet, or online child abuse, including cybergrooming or cyberbullying – the offenses, as per the Cybercrime Report, are extremely diverse. Additionally, digitalization reaches many victims with minimal effort in a short period. One in four companies in the German-speaking region was affected in the last two years, with an average damage of €400,000 in Austria. Encouragingly, the clearance rate increased by 3.4 percentage points to 36.9%.

The best strategy to be prepared against unwelcome surprises in system matters is to secure your own IT system. Tems Security is here to assist and positions itself as a comprehensive provider for digital systems. For any inquiries, please feel free to contact us. We offer you everything under one roof! We are pleased to assess your company from a digital, objective perspective, analyze it for vulnerabilities, and make it data-secure against cybercrime. Whether through software upgrades, employee training, intelligent processing systems, consulting by experts, or continuous monitoring – whether it’s software or hardware, we are your independent partner!

IT-Sicherheit - IT-Security

What is IT Security?
IT security encompasses various measures to ensure cybersecurity, aiming to prevent unauthorized access to company resources such as computers, networks, and data. It safeguards the integrity and confidentiality of sensitive information and acts as a barrier against advanced hacker attacks.

What is the demand for IT Security?
Given the increasing sophistication of hackers, protecting your IT resources and network devices is crucial. While providing IT security (manpower, software, and hardware) may seem costly at first glance, the costs of a serious security breach for a company are much higher! Major security breaches can even threaten the existence of a company. With our IT-Cybersecurity Assessment, created according to international standards, we can help you define and prioritize your priorities and IT security projects. A tailored IT security project plan will be developed collaboratively based on urgency and so-called ‘quick wins

What is the difference between IT Security and Information Security?
Although the terms IT Security and Information Security may sound similar, they refer to different types of security. Information security focuses on procedures and tools designed to protect sensitive business information from unauthorized access, while IT security concentrates on securing digital data by safeguarding computer networks.

What Threats Exist to IT Security?
Threats to IT security can take various forms. Common threats include malware or malicious software that can infect network devices in various variants. Here are some examples:

  • Ransomware
  • Spyware
  • Viruses / Worms

Given these threats, reliable security measures are more critical than ever. To protect yourself, it’s advisable to learn more about the current spread of malware by hackers. The goal is to minimize hackers’ information advantage so that potential attacks can be detected and stopped early.

How Can I Benefit from IT Security?
IT security prevents malicious threats and potential security breaches that can significantly impact your business. By protecting your internal company network, IT security ensures that only authorized users can access and make changes to sensitive data. IT security ensures the confidentiality of your company’s data.

Types of IT Security
1. Network Security
Network security aims to prevent unauthorized or malicious users from infiltrating your network. This ensures that user-friendliness, reliability, and integrity are not compromised. This type of security is necessary to prevent hackers from accessing data within the network. It also ensures that it does not negatively impact your users’ ability to access or use the network. Network security is becoming increasingly complex as companies increase the number of endpoints and shift services to the public cloud. A SIEM solution detects anomalies, triggering targeted alarms in various forms. This can be through push messages or SMS. Workflows can also be well-implemented.

2. Internet Security
Internet security deals with protecting information sent and received via browsers and the network security of web-based applications. These protective measures monitor incoming internet traffic for malware and unwanted data traffic. To achieve these goals, various security measures are employed, including firewalls and anti-malware software. These measures serve to ward off potential threats and ensure data integrity. Implementing MFA for all external access is of utmost priority.

3. Endpoint Security
Endpoint security provides protection at the device level. Devices that can be protected by endpoint security include mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers. The endpoint has been the number one entry point for attackers for years, as there is a human behind the endpoint who can fall for well-disguised malware. From our perspective, a significant part of IT security needs to be implemented as awareness training in this area. The best IT security helps little if the weakest link in the chain fails. Endpoint security prevents your devices from accessing malicious networks that could pose a threat to your business. Advanced protection against malware and device management software are examples of endpoint security measures.

4. Cloud Security
With the shift of applications, data, and identities to the cloud, users connect directly to the internet without passing through the traditional security stack. Cloud security can help ensure the use of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications and the security of the public cloud. Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB), Secure Internet Gateway (SIG), and cloud-based Unified Threat Management (UTM) are examples of cloud security solutions. For IT departments, it becomes almost impossible to retain control over company data in the cloud without adequate IT monitoring. Without appropriate IT monitoring for company data in the cloud, it is impossible to make a statement about a possible data theft from internal or external sources.