Your advice partner for the protection of technical equipment and computer networks.



Every company that uses ICT has obligations in the field of cybersecurity. Even when ICT only plays a supporting role, a company. always has the duty of care to secure its systems.

With rapid changes to digital developments and cyber threat, it is becoming both increasingly difficult to implement the duty of care and increasingly important to be able to respond quickly to security incidents.

A hack can lead to disrupted processes, whereby the company is liable for the damage and personal data can be stolen. This could mean costly consequences for the company beyond the face value of the attack, such as a report to the Data Protection Authority regarding data breaches and the privacy law.

After an IT security scan has been carried out, the risks of using the ICT are mapped out and a cost-benefit analysis determines which risks are acceptable. Outdated software is then replaced, network security measures are implemented and the risks associated with the software are able to be monitored.

Investing in cybersecurity requires financial resources, but its benefits to critical business operations can save time, money and legal trouble in the long run. For more information on how data collection can be used for process optimization and improvements, see our products.

Your partner for the protection of technical equipment and computer networks.




Security Levels

aXite does an assessment of your organization to scale your organization on a security level, based on the activities below that have already been carried out. aXite will be glad to help you reach a higher security level.

Level 1
  • Hardware interconnected, but not secured
  • No standards set for the use of technology
  • Little to no backups
  • Any control
  • Any management systems
Level 2
  • Basic standards for use
  • Basic physical security
  • Basic password control
  • Limited technology and IT architecture support hardware and data
  • Basic contingency and business recovery (untested)
  • Basic (IT) controls about networking and application use
Level 3
  • Monitoring physical security at IT facilities
  • Backups for all services – set up based on user needs
  • Formally established architecture for management connectivity and standards for technology use
  • Network management technology; installed to monitor activities and check for unauthorized access
  • Change control and procedure for all operational services and infrastructure for both internal and external users / suppliers
  • Clear standards and policies for network, technology and use
  • All devices visible in the network for management (services and monitoring)
  • All software licenses under management
Level 4
  • Cyber security awareness program for staff with repetition
  • Periodically tested backups and business recovery plan
  • Penetration testing schedule
  • Test usage and audit results
  • Securing and auditing contractually, suppliers follow established standards: the Supply Chain
Level 5
  • Adoption of best industry practice for security of information systems, such as ISO 27001 and ISO 64223
  • Periodic and formal audit of all standards, procedures and possible security leaks
  • Program of unexpected and independent ethical hacking
  • Establish and maintain relationships with risk and intelligence sources