Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) offers your company a professional security level. Here you will be able to have a complete register of all activities in your technological resources. In this way, dangerous threats can be easily localized, and countermeasures can be taken immediately.
Sharks in and Ocean of Data. Provide protection to your effort!
Information in the wrong hands
What would be the risk if the information about your company and your clients landed in the wrong hands?
Companies spend a fortune trying to recover data that was either lost or stolen. And in some cases losing valuable data that can’t be recovered might have a severe impact. For companies and organizations nowadays, where the amount of Data is so significant that it needs to be digitalized, the security of their system is of greater importance.
We are certified partners
Gonkar was founded by cybersecurity specialists who guide the company under the ethical principles of good use of information. All our services were created with high security protocols, guaranteeing totally safe environments for the development of projects. We are certified to perform this work in the best way.
Our certificates CEH, LPT, CISSP, Red Hat, Linux Administrator, Cloud Administrator, Software Security, Cryptography, Firewall Administrators (most of the private and opensource brands) and Network Security.
But we’re in time to help you stay one step ahead of cyber crime.
Cyber attacks are a daily reality affecting companies, public institutions as well as private individuals. 96 percent of all German small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have already had unpleasant experiences involving IT security incidents. In recent years, research funding by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) to protect IT infrastructures and systems has helped to make Germany one of the leading nations in the area of IT security.
This year’s study reports the global average cost of a data breach is up 6.4 percent over the previous year to $3.86 million. The average cost for each lost or stolen record containing sensitive and confidential information also increased by 4.8 percent year over year.
One notable change from last year’s survey is in the average IT security budget. It increased to $15 million, up from $11 million. That’s nearly a 27 percent rise, and it is another indicator that security is top-of-mind among business leaders. The $15 million does not include physical security, which respondents said they spent an average of $13 million on in 2018.
You may assume your organization is too small to be targeted. Well, think again. According to Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report, fifty-eight percent of malware attack victims are SMBs.