Tailormade cybersecurity

for every customer

All organisations are unique, so why rely on one-size security technology for your cybersecurity?

With a shared knowledge base between all our experts, Conscia is the ideal partner to help you find the right products, processes, and technologies for your particular range of security challenges. Our extensive portfolio covers the entire field of advanced security solutions and services designed to support the organisation before, during, and after security incidents.

Before

We enter each new security collaboration with a solid design process, ensuring that cybersecurity is integrated as a native part of the IT infrastructure. We also create a strategy for how policies and rules should be implemented throughout the organisation to blend into your existing network without being an obstacle to your business.

During

In the event of a security incident, our security solutions will react in near real-time to prevent it from spreading to other systems. It may depend on how an Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) reacts to certain traffic or how the network acts if it detects a virus.

After

Once an incident has occurred, we will help you detect its source. We use this knowledge to solve the issue at hand and avoid similar incidents in the future. Often, the company is not aware of the intrusion, even weeks after it occurred. To ensure a speedy reaction, we can install a number of different monitoring solutions sensitive to a range of possible problems and interactions.

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Season’s Greetings from Cybercriminals

Cybercrime is on the rise during the holiday season. Cybercriminals take advantage of Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and similar to scam individuals. What can companies...
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Phishing as a Service (PHaaS) – an effective attack vector for all threat actors

Phishing has professionalized. It is literally available to criminals in a »as a service« model, and the most effective examples are extremely convincing. And therefore...
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Cybersecurity and the human aspect

People are often referred to as the weakest link in security work and as the most challenging area to secure. And what about the "insider...
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Secure data and it infrastructure
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Cyber Threat Intelligence: A Better Way to Do Vulnerability Management

Why is vulnerability management hard and how can you improve it? Join the webinar and learn about better approaches to vulnerability management and incident response,...
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New 0-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server actively exploited

Two reported 0-day vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and 2019 (on-prem) tracked as CVE-2022-41040 and CVE-2022-41082 are being actively exploited in the wild....
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Cyber Security Questions
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Insider Threats: What are they and how to mitigate them

While often neglected, an organization’s own personnel pose one of the biggest threats to its security. Human error or negligence is usually the leading cause...
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Diving Deep: How to detect Malware Persistency pt. 1

During a cyber-attack adversaries might gain access to an environment through a certain system, but that might not be their actual targeted system or that...
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Diving Deep: How to detect Typosquatting

Typosquatting is a type of social engineering attack, where a threat actor registers domains with deliberately misspelled names of known brands or websites and hosts...
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Vulnerability Spotlight: How to detect Follina the Windows MSDT 0-day 

Microsoft confirmed a security vulnerability tracked as CVE-2022-30190 and released it on their MSRC portal on May 30th, 2022. The vulnerability allows for a remote...
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Diving Deep: Malware Injection Techniques – Part 1

Malware Injection Techniques This is the first entry in the Malware Injection Techniques article series that we will be writing about.  The ultimate goal of...
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Ransomware-as-a-Service: An infamously lucrative business model

Ransomware as a type of malware is not a 21st century invention. We can trace it back to 1989 when Joseph Popp wrote the first...
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Conti Ransomware Gang falls apart

Conti ransomware gang was infamously known as one of the most sophisticated adopters of ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) model, earning them 180 million USD only in 2021....
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