IT security is more than secure IT

The interaction of technology, processes and the factor human is crucial for the successful defense against cyber attacks. We bring it all together.


Courage to leave a gap? Better safe than sorry!

Digital attackers have more than one trick – cybercrime is a professional business that exploits even the smallest gap. Only with a holistic IT security strategy that encompasses networks, users, processes and applications can organizations fend off attacks and safeguard their business strategy. The goal is to protect not only the data – the digital capital – but also the organisation’s own credibility.

The dimensions of the security challenges

Cybercrime is an extremely dynamic field of crime. The number of media reports about successful attacks is rising rapidly. And cybercrime is no trivial offense: According to Statista, almost every second German company was the target of a cyberattack in 2023. The total damage amounted to over 206 billion euros.
Cybercrime has always thrived on a high rate of innovation in a complex ecosystem.
Even if experts in IT defense are in short supply: Companies and their executives bear the responsibility for protecting their data and IT systems. They must always be up to date on attack vectors and defense measures – either with on-board resources or experienced specialists at their side.

Did you know?

The Who's Who of current threats


Ransomware is a form of malware in which attackers encrypt the victim’s data and demand a ransom to recover it.

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS)

DDoS attacks aim to cripple a website, server or network by overloading it with a large number of requests.


Zero-Day-Exploits are vulnerabilities in software or operating systems that have not yet been fixed. Attackers exploit these vulnerabilities before manufacturers can develop and release appropriate patches.


Phishing is a widespread threat in which attackers use fake emails or websites to trick users into revealing sensitive information such as passwords, credit card details or personal data.


Malvertising is a threat in which malicious software (malware) is distributed via online advertisements to redirect users to infected websites or automatically download malware.

"There are two types of companies: Those that have been hacked and those that don't know it yet."

We increase the defenses of your organisation

IT security results from the right interaction of technology, processes and the “human factor”. To help you achieve your business goals, we advise our customers comprehensively as security advisors – in the IT infrastructure, for applications, on end devices and right through to production. avodaq supports organisations from the security strategy to the implementation of measures. We train your employees in a targeted manner and optimise security operations together with you, if required also as a 24/7/365 partner for managed security services.
Don’t leave your business future to chance.

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