Siemens Cybersecurity: Trust in a secure network
Cybersecurity is at the heart of every business, with Siemens being no exception. In an ever-evolving digital world, cybersecurity is at the heart of every business and at the front of everybody's mind. Cybersecurity threats arise every day and companies and people have to continuously adapt to overcome these dangers and not fall victim to the threats. Siemens is dedicated to protecting its clients against these ever-rising threats.
Siemens takes cybersecurity threats seriously, they say that a large number of advantages of today’s ever-adapting and increasing digitalized and connected world comes with a dangerous price: Cyberattacks have become a serious threat, more serious than ever – affecting our day to day life and not only just data anymore.
Cybersecurity is a rapidly changing and evolving battlefield that requires awareness, continuous vigilance and resilience, and a consolidated response from all people involved. Siemens has a holistic approach to combating cyber threats. The company is a trusted partner to many high fledged technology corporations, the company's expertise in and knowledge in partnership with international standards allows for the company to pave the foundation for a long-term security partnership. Siemens has joined forces with leading technology corporations from around the world to form the Charter of Trust.
The company’s interoperable products and solutions meet and excel the strictest cybersecurity requirements for secure communication, protection of data integrity, access control, and consistent monitoring.
The company has over 30 years of experience in cybersecurity, meaning it brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to its customers to help fight against cyber threats. In an article by Siemens, a spokesman for the company says "In addition to its focus on industrial customers, Siemens also provides cybersecurity services to suppliers, power grid operators, and the healthcare sector." So not only does the company help combat cyber threats in the technology industry, but it has branched its operations out to other industries.