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Spektor consultancy and services can help you prepare for GDPR compliance and to respond swiftly and effectively to breaches

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Online reputation really affect the value of a company

Clean and increase Your ranking and “reputation score” on search engines, social pages and websites

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Identify vulnerabilities and misconfigurations across the enterprise and protect critical assets with risk-based prioritization and remediation guidance.

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Visibility, Expertise, and Technology to Stop Attackers in Their Tracks


Identifying and responding to threats

Digital Risk Protection (DRP) is one way businesses can protect themselves using technology, tools and expertise by monitoring data sources.

Securing remote workers

Protecting your organisation against cyber threats when employees work outside the office can be a daunting task.

Testing cyber security readiness

Proactive identification of security risks is critical to protecting your business and prioritizing security investments.

Managing cloud security

If your organization uses cloud-hosted infrastructure, it is essential to ensure that primary information is protected.

2021 Cybercrime Damage Cost

$6 Trillion

2021 Cybersecurity Spending

+$500 Billion

2022 People Connected to internet

$6.2 Billion

2021 Ramsonware attack

every 11 seconds

Reference Market

In the age of the “data economy”, protecting the personal data of customers, employees, collaborators, suppliers and business partners is a requirement that can only be achieved through targeted adaptation and audit actions.

According to the valuable research “The State of Corporate Reputation in 2020: Everything Matters Now” by Weber Shandwick, corporate reputation accounts for over 60% of a company’s market value and among the factors that determine it are the care and implementation of privacy, information security policies to protect personal data and the application of systems to prevent cyber attacks.

To safeguard your business, you need to create a dedicated “security model” that is streamlined, clear and effective in the face of possible cyber threats, both internal and external.

Frequently Asked Question

Why should I pay attention to privacy when setting up a website?

Because, if you have a website, you should provide it with a privacy policy, in order to inform, as is mandatory since the entry into force of the European Privacy
Regulation, the GDPR, those who visit it, on how you behave towards their personal
data, to avoid incurring financial penalties imposed by the Privacy Guarantor.

What is meant by "personal data"?

Personal data is information that identifies or makes identifiable, directly or indirectly, a natural person and that can provide information on his characteristics,
habits, lifestyle, personal relationships, health status, economic situation, etc..

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text strings that are saved in the folders of the Users’ browser while they are browsing on Internet sites and contain certain information (indication of the server from which they were generated or the domain, duration or expiry date, a unique identification code, a unique value, etc.), information that the site sends to the browser that creates the cookie, storing it in its directories. During browsing, cookies concerning the Site on which you are browsing are sent back to the server, which uses the value of the cookie for purposes such as, for example, facilitating consultation of the Site and improving the browsing experience, conveying advertising messages, acquiring statistical information relating to Users’ browsing, etc.

How do I have to do to be compliant?

You should equip yourself with a tool, i.e. an IT instrument that, when they first access your website, informs the user that there is a privacy policy and that, by navigating your site, they may receive the installation of cookies, which they can REFUSE, accept partially or in full.

So this plugin is not enough to be in compliance?

It is not enough, as it merely warns users but does not bother to collect users’ consent to the processing of their personal data, nor to ‘communicate’ with the appropriate authorities if ‘special’ or ‘sensitive’ data is involved.

So what do I need to do to be in compliance?

It is necessary to be assisted by a legal advisor who can, in a ‘tailor-made’ manner, prepare the appropriate information and verify, step by step, that the procedures to safeguard the protection of users’ personal data is always the primary objective of the data controller, i.e. the owner and proprietor of the website.

How can my compliance with the law also help me in marketing?

It is not just a matter of formally complying with a legal obligation. It is also a choice of field, namely to assume a ‘winning’ mindset in a market, which is the digital one, where those who differentiate themselves in terms of safeguarding the rights of users and caring for and defending them, will have considerable advantages in terms of web reputation and professional image!

Why do I have to watch out for cyber attacks? Isn't antivirus sufficient?

Given the current situation in recent years, which has witnessed continuous and repeated cyber attacks on critical infrastructures, but also on business sectors, it is necessary to constantly exercise due care and diligence to protect information systems from loss, unauthorized access, use, disclosure, destruction, modification, interruption or distribution. The loss of one’s own data not only entails huge recovery costs, in the best-case scenarios, but also, in the worst-case scenarios, the need to create it from scratch, which can impede the normal course of one’s business.

What is a social engineering attack?

Unfortunately, your company may have to deal with social engineering attacks: phishing and digital scams have become an increasingly complex scourge to intercept and treat, and now affect over 90% of professionals and businesses. Phishing, in particular, is also the biggest vehicle for malware and ransomware attacks. The SE test allows you to assess the penetration of different types of phishing campaigns and to build up appropriate training to avoid falling for them.

How can my online reputation affect my business?

Nowadays, one’s image on the Internet is a watershed for access to services and/or facilities, useful for the pursuit of one’s corporate mission. Even banks can deny a loan on the basis of a company’s online reputation. It is therefore necessary to give the right value to our credit score and web reputation in order to remain competitive.

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