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Trends in the industry, improvements in cybersecurity

Trends in the industry, improvements in cybersecurity

Posted on 07/12/2018, by INCIBE
Manufacturers have an essential role with regards improving the cybersecurity in their devices. These improvements will not only affect the devices, but rather they will also involve an improvement in the cybersecurity of industrial infrastructure where the new security provisions and functions that have the manufacturers' automation and control solutions (e.g. SCADA, PLC, etc.) are introduced.
What is the cyber security level of my value chain?

What is the cyber security level of my value chain?

Posted on 03/30/2017, by INCIBE
As explained in the first post of this series dedicated to the C4V model, the cyber security level of outsourced services is key to assess the cyber security capabilities of any organisation: It is no use increasing the cyber security levels of an organisation if their suppliers’ levels are not as high, because -it goes without saying that- "security is as strong as its weakest link".
Managing Provider Risk as a Priority

Managing Provider Risk as a Priority

Posted on 03/09/2017, by INCIBE
The outsourcing of processes is not something we can consider new. In fact, the contrary is true. And in particular, in terms of how it applies to ICT (Information and Communication Technology), it is common for at least part of our systems to be accessed by third parties or managed directly by third parties.
Is your business safe? Assessment is the first step to success

Is your business safe? Assessment is the first step to success

Posted on 11/15/2016, by INCIBE
These days, many companies provide services which are vital and strategic for those who run a country. So, any perturbation or destruction to these services would have a serious impact on the essential services delivered to the inhabitants. The Spanish PIC law (Protection of Critical Infrastructure) 8/2011 from April 28th classifies as critical the sectors of Administration, Chemical Industry, Information Technology and Communications (ITC), Energy, Financial and tax systems, Food supplies, Health, Investigative systems, Nuclear Industry, Space, Transport and Water. Thus, the companies that manage infrastructures relating to these sectors play a vital role, since they have the responsibility for protecting them.
Information Sharing

United Against Cyberthreats: Information Sharing

Posted on 10/06/2016
The well known motto "there is strength in numbers" perfectly describes the beneficial situation that involves collaboration and knowledge sharing on cyber threats. The concept of Information Sharing bring to us the idea of ​​establishing methods to share and take full benefit of the gathered knowledge among all actors. Among these partners, CERT and security companies play a key role in defining consensus documentation and the pathway for sharing knowledge effectively.