The more connected the digital world gets, the more important cyber security becomes. Metalcolor has taken numerous precautions to ensure the security of your IT infrastructure and data. These measures have been certified with the Swiss cyber security label Cyber-safe.
"We have to make sure that our data is as secure as possible; this applies both to the data that enables our company to run smoothly and to our customers' data," says Manuel Fontan, IT & Network Administrator at Metalcolor. Our IT system and staff were tested by Cyber-safe to identify gaps and vulnerabilities. Based on this diagnosis, a list of measures was drawn up to improve our cyber security.
This looks like this: All Metalcolor's files are consolidated in a local cloud. In addition, all externally accessible IT infrastructures are double-protected against hackers, malware and data leaks. In addition, the Security Operation Centre (SOC) and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) jointly perform early risk management. If the systems detect an anomaly, they immediately alert the responsible persons, explains Manuel Fontan.
"A Safemail service filters incoming emails by assigning them a threat score, while the Report Phishing function allows our staff to have a suspicious email analysed by our security department," says Manuel Fontan. Every fraudulent email is entered into a database and blocked for all employees. " On the other hand, the authenticity of our outgoing e-mails is guaranteed by an S/MIME certificate. The encrypted content prevents the message from being read or changed without authorisation while it is being sent." Continuous staff training on cyber risks complements these precautions.
Thanks to all these measures, we successfully passed the control audit. Metalcolor is now certified with the Cyber-safe label for two years.
Numa Garcia, Marketing Manager