E-Bebek is now one of Turkey’s leading retailers of products for expectant parents and small children. The company relies heavily on IT systems to maintain high quality services for customers and manage huge volumes of sensitive financial and customer data, including payment services infrastructure.
The ever-going war between hackers and cybersecurity vendors is a fine illustration of the “survival of the fittest” principle. The leading developers of defensive solutions are dead serious in their resolution to stop attackers in their track. But this sort of pressure has also been a great stimulus to hackers inventing new tricks, techniques and business models, just in order to stay in business.
The University of Twente has used Kaspersky Endpoint Security at more than 5,000 workstations. This decision had been preceded by a detailed, six month assessment carried out by the ICT service center (ICTS), a service department responsible for ICT advice and support.
The Al-Arafah Islami Bank operates on traditional Islamic banking principles. It supports the establishment of an economic system based on social emancipation and equitable distribution of wealth, encouraging the economic progress of socially deprived people.
AZ Sint-Jan offers innovative, advanced healthcare services to a wide catchment area. Patient care is spread across three locations and is supported by leading-edge 24/7 medical technology systems. An inventory of the current Kaspersky landscape was carried out and it was decided that AZ Sint-Jan needed to increase clarity, control and optimum security by migrating to the latest versions of security software.
Archer’s search for a new IT security provider coincided with the beginning of a steep decline in global oil prices. As well as having strong requirements for protection, reliability and flexibility, the need for cost-efficiency and automation were also crucial factors to take into account.
Banco Pichincha is one of the largest banks in Ecuador with 3.1 million customers. Now operating 297 branches and 916 ATMs in Ecuador alone, and employing more than 6,000 people. In 2013, bank officials took the decision to take the lead in national efforts to fight back against the cyber criminals and fraudsters.
BRAC is a development organisation dedicated to the alleviation of poverty by empowering the poor to realise their potential and change their lives. Its staff rely heavily on secure and reliable IT, especially when providing financial services to individuals, small businesses and communities.
Founded in 1962, the University of Lagos is one of the largest and most successful academic institutions in Nigeria. Both staff and students use a diverse range of IT resources and services accessed via the University portal and through large numbers of PCs, servers, mobile devices and applications.