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While manufacturing companies invest extensively in the necessary digital infrastructure for the IIOT (Industrial Internet of Things), IT security usually falls by the wayside. IT security measures against cyber threats and various cyber attacks are too often still based on outdated security concepts. This article explains why multi-layered cyber defence systems are now indispensable and how threat hunting and active cyber defence can significantly increase IT security in a production company.

It doesn't matter if you have all sorts of security solutions installed - once intruders have penetrated your systems, one or more of these controls will have failed and they will cause damage to your network until you finally detect them. As we know, this can take months. If your goal is to maintain the integrity of your network, Threat Hunting provides the ultimate check that you are secure.

The so-called Advanced Persistant Threats (ATP) are creating an increasingly complex threat situation. This massively aggravates the risk situation in companies and makes the defence against threats for cyber security more and more challenging. Successful defence against such cyber threats begins with prevention. For this, it is necessary to understand the attack patterns of the hackers. This is precisely where cyber threat modelling or hunting comes in.

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) is also playing an increasingly important role in cyber security. Artificial intelligence shows its strengths above all in the early detection of cyber threats or in the real-time monitoring of IT infrastructures. However, uncontrolled use of AI is definitely dangerous! In this article, you will learn what artificial intelligence can do in the area of cyber security and how AI can support cyber threat hunting and threat intelligence.

With the passed IT Security Act 2.0 (IT-SIG), anomaly detection for CRITIS companies and organisations is enshrined in law. Now it is time for operators of critical infrastructures to act: According to IT-SIG 2.0, they must implement appropriate protective measures to defend against cyber attacks within one year that comply with the current legislation. How can it be done faster?

You are still new to the topic of Cyber Threat Hunting and have many questions that you would like to have answered by a real expert? No one can do this better than a long-standing expert from the Cyber Threat Hunting scene, which originated in the USA: Chris Brenton from Active Countermeasures INC, our partner for Active Cyber Defense, answers the 10 most frequently asked questions about threat hunting in today's blog post.

Ransomware and Advanced Persistent Threats are challenging IT security - and cyberattacks are increasing not only in scope but also in professionalism as technology continues to advance. We present the five most relevant threat actors in the field of cyber threats - and provide tangible tips on which IT security strategies you can use to protect your network most reliably.