NVISO EXCELS IN MITRE ATT&CK® MANAGED SERVICES EVALUATION

As one of the only EU-based Cyber Security companies, NVISO successfully participated in a first-of-its-kind, MITRE-led, evaluation of Managed Security Services (MSS). The inaugural MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK® Evaluations for Managed Security Services ran in June 2022 and its results have been published today. NVISO performed excellently in the evaluation, demonstrating services that are at or … Continue reading NVISO EXCELS IN MITRE ATT&CK® MANAGED SERVICES EVALUATION

NVISO approved as APT Response Service Provider

NVISO is proud to announce that it has successfully qualified as an APT Response service provider and is now recommended on the website of the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).   Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) are typically described as attack campaigns in which highly skilled, often state-sponsored, intruders orchestrate targeted, long-term attacks. Due to their … Continue reading NVISO approved as APT Response Service Provider

4 Trends for Cloud Security in 2022

The migration from an on-premises environment towards the public cloud started years ago and is still going on. Both governmental agencies and business organizations are in the journey of migrating and maturing their cloud environments[SW1] , pulled by the compelling need for streamlining, scaling, and improving their production. It won’t potentially come as a surprise but … Continue reading 4 Trends for Cloud Security in 2022

DORA and ICT Risk Management: how to self-assess your compliance

TL;DR – In this blogpost, we will give you an introduction to the key requirements associated with the Risk Management Framework introduced by DORA (Digital Operational Resilience Act);  More specifically, throughout this blogpost we will try to formulate an answer to following questions: What are the key requirements associated with the Risk Management Framework of DORA?What … Continue reading DORA and ICT Risk Management: how to self-assess your compliance

The digital operational resilience act (DORA): what you need to know about it, the requirements and challenges we see.

TL;DR – In this blogpost, we will give you an introduction to DORA, as well as how you can prepare yourself to be ready for it. More specifically, throughout this blogpost we will try to formulate an answer to following questions: What is DORA and what are the key requirements of DORA?What are the biggest challenges … Continue reading The digital operational resilience act (DORA): what you need to know about it, the requirements and challenges we see.

Smart Home Devices: assets or liabilities? – Part 3: Looking at the future

This blog post is the last part of a series, if you are interested in the security or privacy of smart home devices, be sure to check out the other parts as well! TL;DR: In our previous blog posts we concluded that there is quite a long way to go for both security and privacy … Continue reading Smart Home Devices: assets or liabilities? – Part 3: Looking at the future

Reviewing an ISO 27001 certificate: a checklist

The ISO 27001 Certification silver bullet An ISO 27001 certification is often used by a supplier to assure its customers they take information security seriously. This doesn’t mean that they will not suffer any security breaches but maintaining a well-designed ISMS will decrease the likelihood from happening. And that’s why many organizations rely on an … Continue reading Reviewing an ISO 27001 certificate: a checklist