IT security today entails far more than just setting up an effective firewall. Security needs to be viewed as an integral aspect of your company, especially when you realise that over a quarter of cyber-attacks actually come from within your own infrastructure, according to the findings of the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report 2018. It's here that companies are most vulnerable. Moreover, unlimited access to the network is a gold mine for all types of cyber criminals with only 3% of attacks being detected after a few minutes had passed and 68% after a few months or even later.
The Verizon Report calculates total security attacks and data leaks over the past year as being 53,000 and 2,200 respectively in over 65 countries. The digital association, Bitkom, estimates the total damage resulting from corporate espionage, sabotage and data theft at around 55 billion euros a year in Germany alone. All good reasons to take security seriously.
IT security has become a complex topic. Attackers are constantly changing how they operate. 50 different types of attack have already been classified, and the number just keeps on increasing meaning that companies who want to arm themselves against all attack scenarios require elaborate security solutions.
Bechtle Security offers you a comprehensive solutions portfolio in order to ensure maximum security against cyber-attacks. This is where our comprehensive end-to-end security solution comes in—no matter whether you operate Industry 4.0, a classic IT infrastructure, a cloud solution or networked mobile working.
The Bechtle 360 degree solution is an all-encompassing cyber defence strategy that is composed of various security operation centre components—on site with the customer or as an external solution. In this way, you can protect your company by detecting threats as soon as they appear and proactively combating them. Your benefit: With Bechtle Security as your partner, you’ll be able to concentrate on looking after business, while we take care of security.
Bechtle has dedicated competence centres with more than 200 security engineers and consultants covering the following areas:
Bechtle’s certified security experts are constantly furthering their knowledge in all relevant technologies and topics. And Bechtle works with all big-name security vendors, generally holding the highest partner status.
What security areas are most at risk in your company? Where is your most sensitive corporate information? Do your employees mostly work in-house or on-the-go? Does your company permit BYOD (bring your own device)? Structured analysis of all relevant areas means that you’re always on the safe side with Bechtle.
Even harmless applications can turn into security problems. We’ll demonstrate how you can best protect your company against this.
From private and public to hybrid cloud—every infrastructure is different and therefore needs to be considered individually. We’ll show you what to watch out for.
Cyber crime & defence.
What attack scenarios are there and how can you best protect your company against them? We’ll advise you on the best security solutions for you.
Data centre security.
Are you still using legacy hardware? Is your data centre already completely digital or are you using a hybrid cloud? We’ll highlight all security factors.
Data backup and information security.
How should your company react when you detect theft? What consequences are there? We’ll answer the most important questions.
Infrastructure and perimeter security.
Companies need IT infrastructures tailored to their companies. And we’ll be glad to show you what you need to take into account.
The working world is currently changing. Companies are embracing new technologies to increase their efficiency and productivity.
Security solutions should be planned and rolled out in line with ITIL principles. The individual steps for this area are:
Consultation is key to defining a solution. Based on a detailed analysis of requirements, the Bechtle Security consultants develop a solution tailored to the customer. Because more and more companies are amalgamating or relocating product locations, Bechtle has developed security architecture workshops. In these workshops, we develop solution scenarios together with the customer—such as how locations in various countries can be securely networked with one another.
But our consultation doesn’t stop there. Since the introduction of the new 2018 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), companies have to protect customer’s personal data. And that means that they need to deal with an increasing amount of regulatory requirements and optimise their IT accordingly. This is where the Bechtle crisis-management consultation module comes into play during which we demonstrate how companies can, for example, properly react to a cyber-attack. In addition to your IT and security departments, we also involve management, PR, marketing and the legal department in order to protect your company from reputation damage and financial losses.
Following consultation comes extensive planning and design in order to find the best security solution. Next, our system engineers roll out the solution on-site with the customer. We document each individual implementation step and make these documents available to the customer. If your company wants to operate the infrastructure itself, you will get professional briefing from us. Alternatively, our managed service experts will gladly assume the operative tasks required for transition of your security solution.
Our managed security services offer customers exactly the security solution their company needs—whether that’s on-site services or remote operation from one of our networking and security operation centres. We’ll find the best solution for you.
In the first consultation meeting, we’ll be happy to show you how we can plan and realise your tailored security concept. Get in touch with your Bechtle account manager or your local Bechtle systems integrator.
One-of-a-kind security community: In cooperation with more than 40 partners, Bechtle offers its customers an end-to-end portfolio for IT security with the focus increasingly on security infrastructures rather than on point solutions.