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Zero Trust, Robot Hunters and Cyberreserve, the best defense tools

Discover top defense tools: Zero Trust, Robot Hunters, and Cyber Reserve. Get insights at Softtek's news release.

30 January, 2018

As technology development advances, cybersecurity has become one of the most relevant fields for all companies worldwide. Having the tools to prevent and protect against external computer attacks that compromise information security is now a fundamental pillar. In this sense Vector ITC Group, provider of technological and digital services, informs about what will be the most outstanding trends in cybersecurity for this 2018.

“In terms of data protection, 2018 is marked by the arrival of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), something that is going to bring about a radical change for companies in any sector,”says Iván Lastra, head of cybersecurity at Vector ITC Group. “Businesses must also be at the forefront of data protection, pioneering security measures against vulnerabilities arising from cyberattacks,” he adds.

The best defense is a good attack

The best attack should not be understood literally, but the offensive phase of companies should be to get ahead and anticipate what potential attacks they may suffer. In this sense, Vector ITC Group highlights the main threats of this year:

On the otherhand, the “attack phase” in which companies anticipate what potential threats to face may be leads them to improve their “defensive phase”, establishing more and better security measures, among which Vector highlights:

“The advancement of technology makes the attacks we have to deal with increasingly difficult to predict, so it is vitally important to work to improve security measures, but also to incorporate some new ones that complement those already”says Daniel Lastra, head of cybersecurity at Vector ITC Group.

Karen Liedl
Softtek PR
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