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Excellium Services and BitSight: which level of control do you have on your cybersecurity supply chain?

Contern – Luxembourg, 19th October 2021

Organizations are used to conduct mature processes to onboard a third-party, through sourcing, procurement, or vendor management. However, such processes do not often cover the long-term perspective and controls about any change that may occur within their partners. Manual interactions with the third-parties have an expensive cost and require staff that are focused on other concerns. Evaluation of the cybersecurity posture of third parties do not diverge from that trend. However, as a breach in a supplier’s Information System may have a huge impact on your own, how to conciliate a proper risk assessment and agility in an ever-growing interconnected world?

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Access the potential of the cloud to enhance global security

With its Excellium360 for Office 365 & Azure offering, the BELUX cybersecurity specialist provides its customers with access to advanced security features, such as Microsoft’s SIEM “Sentinel” solution. Integrated with Excellium’s Security Operations Center, it enables the cybersecurity of IT environments deployed both on-premises and in the cloud to be reinforced. Read more

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Maxive Cybersecurity, one of the largest MSSPs pure players!

The new holding company will aggregate S21sec (Spain, Portugal, Mexico) and Excellium (Luxembourg, Belgium) under one same holding company, Maxive Cybersecurity.

Certainly,Maxive Cybersecurity is one of the largest MSSPs pure players both in terms of business and specialized personnel. It will offer its customers a wider set of services combining best practices and capabilities from both S21sec and Excellium.

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Excellium services newsletter : Humans are the weakest link in the information security chain

We’re all human: we make mistakes. Unfortunately, there will always be people trying to take advantage of our mistakes for their own benefit, which can cost our business tremendous financial loss. No matter how sophisticated our cyberdefenses are, how advanced our technologies are, how good our security practices are, we will always be constrained by this human factor.

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