Corona has triggered a digitalization push in Germany, which is also highlighted in the "Report on the State of IT Security in Germany 2020" by the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI). The cyber threat situation is further exacerbated by Corona, also writes the "Alliance for Cyber Security" (ACS) in a press report dated Oct. 20, 2020.
The alliance promotes cooperation between business, authorities, research and science on cyber security topics and aims to strengthen Germany's resilience to cyber attacks as a business location. As a member, imbus receives access to an expanded range of services from the BSI with information on the current cyber security situation, early warnings and background information.
"By joining the Alliance for Cyber Security, we can assess and evaluate threat situations even earlier and help our customers defend against such threats even more effectively," says Tobias Esser, technical manager of the imbus Security Test Unit.
imbus IT Security Unit advises and supports operators and manufacturers of software-based systems in solving IT security problems and getting a grip on IT security risks: from corporate IT, such as networks, databases or corporate websites, to embedded systems for the Internet of Things (IoT).
For more information, visit the Security Test Websites.