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Faced with the outbreak of highly targeted attacks, risk management and information security is becoming an important issue for companies. Cybersecurity is not always optimal in the face of swift digital innovations.

To protect themselves, companies must adapt their cybersecurity program by anticipating risks to, detecting incidents, and responding effectively.

What is cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity in your company
Cybersecurity is the process of preventing unwanted access, theft, damage, and misuse of sensitive data on electronic devices, systems, networks, and networks. As the quantity and sophistication of cyber threats keep increasing, it is a field that is becoming more important in the digital age. Firewalls, encryption, intrusion detection and prevention, malware detection and removal, and access control are just a few examples of the many technologies and measures that make up cybersecurity.


Prioritizing cybersecurity is crucial for individuals, businesses, and governments to protect their electronic devices and data as well as to avoid potentially disastrous outcomes like monetary loss, reputational harm, and weakened national security. Gartner, a technological research and consulting firm, predicts that by 2025 supply chain attacks will have an effect on 45% of global enterprises.

How can Pideeco help you with Cybersecurity?

If you run a professional business, have a website, and store online, in a system, or in a cloud information on services, products, and clients, you are vulnerable to cyberattacks. Our IT experts at Pideeco can help you to:

- Understand if you have had a security breach in your website or systems.

- Analyze your security parameters and create a gap assessment.

- Anticipate any potential cybersecurity threats that your business or IT systems may be exposed to.

- Help you block any incidents and repair the damage as rapidly as possible.

- Aid you with incident reporting.

- Improve your detection and response capabilities.

- Advise and implement cybersecurity systems.

- Assist you with the regulatory reporting on cyber security measures.

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