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The unmissable
pillars of IT safety:
detection, prevention, education

Nowadays cybersecurity is not an option, but the business interest of every responsible company.

The unmissable pillars of IT safety: detection, prevention, education

Nowadays cybersecurity is not an option, but the business interest of every responsible company. The statistics of MABISZ (Association of Hungarian Insurers) that the number of data and information system violation cryme quadrupled in Hungary in a few years and every fourth business was affected. These days more and more organizations caught in the crossfire of attacks.

Those who handle personal or customer data, furthermore those who are working in the financial sector are particularly at risk. In these areas, a security insufficiency can have such serious consequences that the subsequent treatment is extremely difficult and potentially can destroy the entire brand.

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Steps for proper cybersecurity

Detection of vulnerability

Detection of vulnerability is a critical process in cybersecurity. The goal is to detect and define the gaps in the informatical systems. This method can help to assess the risks that affect the company and enable the appropriate prioritization of security measures.


Ethical Hacking
- Prevention

Ethical Hacking is a proactive method to detect the vulnerability of vulnerability. The essence of the method is that safety experts - “white hat hackers” are simulating cyber attacks to explore potential safety gaps and vulnerabilities.


- Training

Variable IT security training, and awareness training. Training for programmers and system administrators, important members of the business to show the possible vulnerabilities. The training aims to prevent, detect and manage potential attacks.


No company want to throw millions out the window

The 2023’s Global Digital Trust Insights shows that worldwide one in four companies was affected by at least one IT security incident, which caused 345-920 million HUF loss for the company in the last three years. At the same time, the majority of companies are still not proactive indecreasing the threat. Less than 38% of the survey participants decreased the cybersecurity risk in such critical situations as remote and hybrid work. Among the leader survey participants nine out of ten expressed concern that his/her company can resist a cyberattack disrupting the supply chain.

An inadequately protected company is also exposed to the risk of its data being stolen or misused, which can seriously affect the reputation of the company and in the long term can decrease the trust of customers and investors.

In the last 12 months, the number of Hungarian companies' cybersecurity incidents has increased by 15%, which is a significant increase compared to previous years. Near half of the data protection incidents involved personal data, while the other half contained economic, business and technical data. This tendency shows, that the goal of cyber attackers is to get sensitive information and cybersecurity is more and more important to ensure the security of companies.




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The three steps of conscious entrepreneurship to proper cyber security

Detection of vulnerability

Vulnerability analysis is an IT security procedure, the purpose of which is to identify weak points in systems and networks and IT systems. This process can help enterprises prepare for and defend the possible cyber attacks. During the examination, the experts look for those points in the system, where the attackers can penetrate. As a result of the analysis, a report is being prepared with the identified vulnerability points and suggestions to improve the situation.

Penetration / Breaking in test

The penetration test is a process, which helps to determine the real and exploitable vulnerabilities in the informatical system of the company. During the test, we simulated cyber attacks to reveal the weak points of the system. It can help us to understand what type of information can be available for the attackers in a real incident. As a result, we can make conscious decisions to improve the safety of the system.


Cybersecurity training is key for enterprises since often the employees are the weakest links in the safety system. User mistakes, such as opening a suspicious email or non-compliance with safety regulations, are frequent reasons for safety incidents. Through education the employees can understand the nature of cyber threats, they can realize dangerous situations and they can react properly. With this, we can not only protect the data of the company and we can increase the protection of its resources, but we can increase the confidence of the employees, which is important in everyday work.

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