The 4th industrial revolution, driven by the Internet of Things, is creating intelligent networks that can autonomously exchange information, trigger actions and control each other independently.
The potential risks - including intellectual property, brand damage, financial loss, customer grievances following late deliveries or batch inconsistencies, the safety of production personnel and even the safety of manufactured products - go far beyond the perceived threats in everyday personal computing and online banking.
These are challenges that cyber criminals are exploiting and so tackling the threat of attacks is of paramount importance.
Achieving cyber resilience involves diligence, standards, good practice and risk management that is supported by the right security strategy and technologies.
We develop mitigation strategies to counteract cyber threats through the analysis and testing of embedded and mobile systems and complex service oriented applications in accordance with international best practices (NIST, OWASP, CEH, etc.).
The activity is carried out in accordance with the RINA governance model, which safeguards impartiality and prevents conflict of interest situations.
Our strategy takes into account these key elements: