Ingenia collaborates with the CCN in the COVID-19 crisis
The National Cryptological Center (CCN), an organization depending on the CNI, has prepared a document for all public administrations in which it gives essential recommendations and advice to reinforce security
24 Mar 2020
Along with concern for people’s health, the COVID-19 crisis carries a risk of cyber epidemic, where viruses, malwares and other cyber threats are spread throughout the world. The explosion of telework in companies and public administrations, the increase in information traffic on the internet and the transfer of all kinds of files between people are huge risk scenarios for individuals, companies, governments and the nation as a whole.
In this scenario, and within the framework of its competences, the National Cryptologic Center (CCN), an organization depending on the CNI, has prepared a must-read document for all public administrations in which it gives essential recommendations and advice to reinforce security in this times.
The report, called “Safety Recommendations for Teleworking Situations and Strengthening Surveillance” contains very valuable recommendations and includes the list of Spanish companies coordinated by the CCN-CERT
The report, called “Safety Recommendations for Teleworking Situations and Surveillance Surveillance” contains very valuable recommendations and includes the list of Spanish companies that coordinated by the CCN-CERT (CCN Early Warning Center) have decided to offer altruistically some services and solutions for different public bodies. Among them is the Spanish multinational Ingenia, which has been collaborating since the establishment of the state of alarm with different organizations throughout the national territory to offer them security monitoring services, consulting and implementation of secure remote access and collaborative work for plans for contingency. This last case is especially useful for safe teleworking of public employees and crisis management by government teams of administrations.
This company in the ICT sector is based in the Andalusian Technology Park in Malaga, and has three security operations centers located in Malaga, Seville and Santiago de Chile, from which it provides services to all its customers worldwide. These cybersecurity incident response teams, called CERTs, are connected to other similar centers in Spain and the world to share cybersecurity information.
Ingenia, as all the technology companies are doing during the coronavirus crisis, has all its security personnel teleworking to guarantee at all times that no contagion can complicate services to its clients, many of them providers of critical services to the community.
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