European regulations on the confidentiality of personal data (GDPR) impose new security and compliance challenges for all organizations.
It is becoming essential for IT Departments to appoint a data processing manager to map their application environment, oversee data exchange flows and identify sensitive data.
Digital transformation is contributing to increasing the ends with applications hosted on a remote Cloud, multiple terminals and ever more mobile users.
Faced with this development towards open and hybrid IT, confinement in a stronghold remains inadequate: in reality, once the perimeter is breached, the business is at the mercy of attackers. These attackers have tools that are becoming industrialized and diversified, with cyberterrorists and hacktivists appearing in recent years.
These threats generate increased risks for the company: data theft, breach of information integrity, DDoS or damage to company image.
GDPR (General Data-Protection Regulation) will apply, from 2018, to any business that collects, processes and stores personal data. This new European regulation aims to harmonize and strengthen the protection of personal data by requiring companies to document appropriate measures and procedures to ensure this protection at all times.
If these obligations are not met, the company is liable to penalties up to as much as 4% of its annual total sales revenue. As you will have understood, the external and internal development of cybersecurity therefore promotes increasing the visibility of protection for your IT platforms.
– To PREVENT attacks by constructing security intelligence to improve protection, reduce risks and respond to compliance requirements.
– To DETECT intrusion attempts, to understand and identify the signs of potential malicious activity rapidly by permanently monitoring availability and integrity of critical assets in real time.
– To CONTROL the continuity of operations by rapid and effective management following security incidents while strengthening the cybersecurity strategy to lessen the threats.
The managed security offer operated by an SOC (Security Operation Center) provides guaranteed protection for your data and visibility to attacks for all your equipment under surveillance.
Audits and intrusion tests are included in the life cycle of your developments, carried out in-house or using external third-party service providers. Our shared aim: to protect and document compliance effectively.
ISO 27 001 compliance
End to End Security
24/7 SOC monitoring
Faced with a DDoS attack, we chose the Jaguar Network security solution, which they were able to implement very responsively. Since Michelin acquired a stake in us, we have been developing BtoB. This meant adapting infrastructures and applications to new requirements, which is what Jaguar Network is able to offer.”
CIO, Hevea Group – Allopneus.com