Cyber Security

Who would have thought years ago that every company in the world potentially can be hacked via the internet? Today more and more people are aware that this is actually the case.

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Still, a lot of extra awareness needs to be created and companies can be more effective in improving Cyber Security. For these people and companies, Dragon1 is a perfect solution.



Why is Cyber Security so Important?

Cyber Security is the whole of concepts, processes, applications, technologies and practices designed to protect people, organizations, networks, devices, programs and data from attack, damage or unauthorized access.

The importance of cybersecurity for companies lies in the fact that the customers of companies must be able to rely on their personal and company data not being outside the 'door' of the company and is used for other purposes.

Otherwise, others who can do harm to it, such as wanting to earn money by, for example, committing identity fraud and using this data by hacking their bank accounts.

Smart Cyber Security Architecture at Airports

Airports are very complex environments that manage to handle many physical security challenges at once.

Today they need to deal with the latest threat caused by worldwide digitalization: Cyber Security

Airports on a daily basis get cyber attacks and discover vulnerabilities attacks. It is not only having the best technology that is the answer to cybercrime. It is also governance, leadership and culture that is required to keep an airport safe and secure.

That is why creating a process application landscape is a very smart approach to analyzing and improving the cyber security of an airport.

Vulnerabilities Assesment

Improving your cybersecurity comes down to knowing vulnerabilities and matching your situation onto that.

Currently there is no uniform standard or worldwide reference model for this. so you have to develop that yourself. In the Viewer, you can match a reference model with your situation. So in that way, Dragon1 supports you in reporting and analyzing your current vulnerabilities.

So what items do pose or enable a threat?

  • (fake) WIRELESS networks
  • IOT devices
  • Smartphonea
  • Laptops
  • Cars and their keys
  • Digital boarding passes
  • Drones

No matter how well you guard, secure and protect an airport, someone can park a car stuffed with the newest electronic devices and try to hack into the airports' network and communication.

One cannot do with only a strategy of prevention. A strategy always has to include Quick Response.

The better you have your processes documented, your applications in your sight, the better you can take preventive action and response. That is where the Dragon1 process application landscape will support you.

How to Visualize the Threats and Vulnerabilities?

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Cyber Security Architecture Diagram.

Organizations today use Dragon1 as Enterprise Architecture Security Software, to visualize, analyze, monitor and improve security and awareness in their Company.

The first step, in creating your own version of the diagram, is to identify all current situation concepts, processes and applications, and put them in the example cyber-security.dragon1 file or import them in the repository on the platform. If you watch the diagram in the Dragon1 Viewer, you will have an overview of the dependencies between the relevant concepts, processes and supporting applications.

Next, you collect all attributes and values of the identified entities and add them to the .dragon1 file or the repository on the platform.

If you watch your diagram in the viewer, you have insight into your current situation related to privacy and security.

Finally, you can match all your data values with a reference model reporting how secure your environment is.

At the Demo Page, you can start with creating your own diagram.

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