Protection of critical infrastructures in the background of IT Security Act 2.0
Radar Cyber Security will present its Cyber Detection Platform for rapid response to security incidents in the IT and OT environments of companies and public authorities at this year’s it-sa, IT security trade fair and congress, at the cooperation booth with EnBW Full Kritis Service (booth 615 in hall 7A). The state-of-the-art, best-of-breed RADAR Platform enables the establishment of a dedicated Cyber Defense Center (CDC) – also known as a Security Operations Center (SOC) – and provides a comprehensive tool in the SOAR domain.
Radar Cyber Security focusses on companies in the critical infrastructur sector, that prepare for the challenges of IT Security Act 2.0 (IT-SiG 2.0) in Germany, which came into force this year. By May 1st 2023 at the latest, those organizations must deploy threat detection systems and prove this to the national authority BSI.
With its RADAR Solutions product, the European cyber security specialist not only supplies companies and authorities with the RADAR Platform, but also provides proven processes and best practices for a CDC as a Service / SOC as a Service as well as training. Radar Cyber Security continues to offer CDC as a Service itself, based on the RADAR Platform, with its RADAR Services product, which is then delivered from one of the largest Cyber Defense Centers, located in the heart of Europe.
The result for the customer in both cases is an effective and efficient improvement of IT and OT security and risk management, fast detection of security incidents through orchestrated detection based on various detection modules and automated response in combination with CDC/SOC expertise. The result: an overview of the security-relevant information in the entire IT and OT landscape of an organization, available at the push of a button, as well as a workflow on how this information should be processed in the correct priority – including mitigation instructions.
To provide holistic IT and OT security, Radar teamed up with the cybersecurity provider EnBW Full Kritis Service (FKS) earlier this year to form a European alliance for a 360 degree approach of cybersecurity for critical infrastructures.
“Europe needs to change its role in today’s technology landscape – from consumer to inventor and innovation driver of technology and cyber solutions. European digital sovereignty, especially with regard to IT security, needs to gain significant momentum against the backdrop of global cyber threats and increasing vulnerability of critical infrastructure,” said Ali Carl Gülerman, CEO of Radar Cyber Security. “Radar Cyber Security is the only European managed detection & response provider that delivers services based on proprietary technology. With over 10 years of research and development, we offer a comprehensive Cyber Security and Risk Detection platform Made in Europe, guaranteed without built-in backdoors and with the highest European data protection standards, which we use every day to protect governments and companies from medium-sized businesses to global market leaders in a wide range of industries.”
Keynote by Ali Carl Gülerman
Critical Infrastructure Protection 2.0: 360° Monitoring of IT and OT landscapes
it-sa Forum C, Hall 7, October 13th, Nuremberg