WHO ARE WE?
In the field of security and privacy we are able to perform assessments and offer services in the area of cyber security. Some examples are security assessments in a day/week, certification processes, building a SOC or SIEM solution on a tactical level, the support of a transition process to Managed Security Service Providers or the set up of a cyber security strategy within your organization.
HOW DO WE MANAGE IT?
With a number of key partners, we are able to fill in the above mentioned activities in a professional way. Atos Consulting, SSH, Redsocks, Easy2Audit, Exclusive Networks and Log Rhythm are examples of partners, with which we co-operate and are able to realize your goals.
For different solutions we have several partners available, so we are independent and we can create the right solution custom-made based on your risk profile.
Cyber4Z in brief
With more than 40 years of combined experience in IT and (Cyber) security of both of the founders, Mathé Grippeling and Rob Mellegers, Cyber4Z supplies innovative solutions and advises companies in their cyber security strategy.
Together with the knowledge and experience of the Cyber4z team, Cyber4Z advises in IT with a strong focus on Cyber Security. Hereby continuously thriving to find the balance between Business, IT, Security and Privacy. Finally, to realize the business goals of our clients and, in some cases, the clients of our clients. These business goals are determined for a large part by law-and regulations, customer requirements and rules of compliance.
predict, prevent, detect, respond, remediate
''dutch sites abused by blind software for 'delving' cryptocurrency''
More than a hundred Dutch websites have recently been abused to extract the crypto coin Monero. This includes sites from libraries and municipalities.
Lexima, the Dutch supplier of software, confirms that malicious parties have abused Browsealoud for up to four hours. Browsealoud is software that reads a webpage for the blind, visually impaired, people with dyslexia and non-native speakers.
The maker of Browsealoud, Texthelp, says that the software was infected by adding a malicious code to the software that aimed to abuse the computing power of browsers that are currently visiting sites to extract the digital currency. As a result, computers can become slower. As soon as a user closed the tab with the website in question, the digging stopped automatically.
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Lexima supplies the software in the Netherlands to various parties. For example, 34 libraries, 23 municipalities, various healthcare organizations and TU Delft made use of the software. It is unclear whether the software is still active at all these parties.