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We’ve developed a unique Digital Risk Protection SaaS-platform that works 24/7 as an automated ethical hacker, continuously in search of online vulnerabilities. Read more

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IWELT AND CYBERSPRINT PARTNER UP TO EXPAND IN GERMAN MARKET

by Cybersprint News Jul 15, 2019

Today, Cybersprint and iWelt announced a new partnership, joining forces to further explore the German cyber security market. iWelt will distribute Cybersprint’s Digital Risk Protection solutions to their extensive German customer base and extend their offers to new potential customers, strengthening Cybersprint’s position as European leader in Digital Risk Protection.

The two parties have the common goal of helping more German organisations with their growing concerns regarding their online security and external threats. Challenges like phishing, email spoofing and brand abuse are covered by the solutions that Cybersprint, and now also iWelt, offer.

Cyber security concerns

The growing digitisation brings both opportunities, as well as challenges to organisations. Online activities and regulations increase exponentially and change constantly. Consequently, this is also true for the techniques that malicious actors use to exploit any digital vulnerabilities in an organisation’s online footprint. These external digital threats are increasing as well, with phishing websites, fake social media accounts and leaks of confidential information on the Dark web all threatening an organisation’s reputation. Managing and protecting the online footprint is a never-ending task for organisations all over the world and can no longer be done manually.

Automated Digital Risk Protection

Cybersprint’s automated Digital Risk Protection platform works with the same techniques’ hackers use when searching for online vulnerabilities. It continuously scans multiple sources and channels, such as the Web, Social Media, IoT, Netblocks, Mobile Apps and even the Deep and Dark Web. No integration of the platform and an organisation’s systems is necessary, as the software is hosted in the cloud. This means that only an organisation’s brand name is sufficient for a complete scan. The platform reveals the digital attack surface of an organisation, including online entry points and external threats related to the organisation.

Organisations can proactively identify and discover their online footprint and the digital assets related to their brand with Cybersprint’s Digital Risk Protection solutions. Organisations can beat hackers at their own game by continuously scanning their online presence with automated hacking techniques. This way they can prevent cyber-attacks.

Quote by Pieter Jansen, CEO and founder of Cybersprint: 
“We are very pleased to build on the new partnership with iWelt. They are a highly reliable partner for German organisations in the field of IT security, e-business and data centres. It will be valuable to work together, helping German organisations become more cyber-secure.”

Cybersprint will also participate in the main.IT event in Eibelstadt, Germany on 26 September 2019.

Quote iWelt by Martin Raab, Head of IT Infrastructure at iWelt:
“We find that many German organisations struggle with new IT security challenges. We are convinced that with the innovative cyber security solutions of Cybersprint, we can expand the trusted services of iWelt.”

About iWelt

iWelt AG offers tailor-made and forward-looking solutions in the fields of Internet and information technology. They are specialised in services in the areas of Internet access, e-business, cloud & computer centre, specialist dealer systems, campaign management and agency services. As part of the Krick family of companies they guarantee customers consistency & durability. Find more information on the Digital Risk Protection platform of Cybersprint on this landingpage on the iWelt website (in German).

Cybersprint at KPN NLSecure[ID] event

On Tuesday 28 January 2020, the NLSecure[ID] event of KPN Security takes place at the NBC Congrescentrum. During this event, Cybersprint’s CEO Pieter Jansen will host a presentation about innovations in cybersecurity, where he’ll dive deeper into possible solutions and strategies that can be applied to combat and prevent digital threats. Interested in joining? Pieter will present from 15:00-15:30h in the Black Track of the event.

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'S-HERTOGENBOSCH CHOOSES CYBERSPRINT TO INCREASE DIGITAL SECURITY

The Hague/'s-Hertogenbosch, 28 November 2019 - Today, the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch announces it will use the services of cyber security company Cybersprint to strengthen the digital security of its IT infrastructure. All organisations, including municipalities and governments, are exposed to the dangers of cybercrime on a daily basis. With Cybersprint's Digital Risk Protection platform, the municipality gains even better insights into their digital systems and the possible vulnerabilities. By doing so, digital threats can be solved at an early stage, before a malicious party can take advantage of them.

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Damage caused by phishing continues to increase in Dutch banking sector

26 November 2019- Today it was announced that the amount of damages caused by phishing has increased again in the Netherlands. This is shown by figures from the Dutch Payments Association and the Dutch Banking Association. Phishing therefore remains a major problem that organisations have to take into account. Many of the highest profile breaches over the past two decades — including those affecting major banks, retail chains, and government organisations — were made possible because one person clicked a link or attachment in a phishing email. But how can organisations and their clients protect themselves?

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