Cybercrime, a growing threat
According to the national information systems security agency (ANSSI), cybercrime has quadrupled last year.
This is how experts estimate that 90% of French organizations were the target of cyber attacks in 2020. These figures continue to grow, companies not being equipped to fight against this type of threat despite very high exposure.
To respond to these critical risks for businesses, CT-Square offers an innovative IT security service that is particularly suited to SMEs.
It is in a context of cyber-insecurity that we propose to support managers to allow them to see more clearly and to take the right decisions
», Assures Thierry Pouch, founder of the company.
To do this, the CT-Square teams, mainly made up of experts from the Ministry of Defense, are keen to carry out this economic security mission.
Defense in depth
Thanks to its powerful tools based in particular on security probes and seasoned teams, CT-Square acts in depth to protect its customers from cyberattacks.
This action begins upstream of attacks, with prevention, during which CT-Square conducts continuous analyzes and investigations on its clients' networks, to strengthen them against attacks thanks to targeted recommendations.
Secondly, the platform developed by CT-Square analyzes the networks 24 hours a day to detect an anomaly or the first symptoms of a cyberattack.
Finally, in the event of an attack, CT-Square carries out incident response work, which can range from a simple recommendation to support in crisis management.
We have made the choice to serve SMEs.
We must therefore adapt to their market, their needs and their budget.
Above all, we try to make cybersecurity clear and actionable for managers to use, in order to help them make the right decisions,
”adds Thierry Pouch.
How does CT Square react in the event of attacks?
Despite growing security, cybercriminals continue to take their chances, spy on, steal or destroy data, compromise business and demand ransoms.
While it often takes months to detect an attack or a data breach, weeks and hundreds of thousands of dollars to repair the computer networks of victims, CT-Square, for an annual entry fee of 20,000 euros, proposes to harden your network, to help you protect your data to resist these attacks which will not stop and will be more and more devious and destructive.
Thanks to its operational security center managed by experienced security analysts, CT Square detects the beginnings of attacks, investigates the source of the alert and notifies its customers if necessary.
In the event of an attack, the Customer is immediately informed of the situation.
From there, we do not let go of our client's hand until we have eradicated the threat,
" explains Vivien Bernet-Rollande, partner & lead engineer at CT-Square.
The company's experts mainly seek to analyze the modus operandi of these cybercriminals in order to drive them out of the network and prevent them from any further intrusion attempts.
In certain circumstances, CT-Square may also be required to collaborate with specialized police or gendarmerie services to facilitate the fight against cybercrime.
In a world where SMEs are increasingly targeted by cyber attacks, protecting themselves is becoming a real necessity.
CT-Square provides a concrete and adapted response to these companies by operational management of cyber risks to allow managers to stay focused on their activities.
CT-Square's value proposition is to empower SME managers to keep the initiative under all circumstances, for a reasonable budget given the potential impacts.