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Digital threats such as ransomware, DDoS attacks and phishing are among the greatest risks facing business and industry in 2022. Even worse than the damage to reputation is the direct threat to the continuity of enterprises through cyber attacks. Cybersecurity risks are therefore the subject of the utmost attention in Unica’s risk management policy. The policy for information security is part of the portfolio of the new director of QHSE, Safety & Risk, and as such has been given an even clearer focus.

Unica is fully aware of its responsibility for the information in its digital ecosystem. Unica uses a variety of tools including the ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 standards to protect that information against internal and external threats with a view to safeguarding business continuity and, where possible, preventing damage to its own organisation and that of other stakeholders (e.g. consultants, suppliers and clients).

Unica is able to rely on the expertise of Unica ICT Solutions to provide in-depth knowledge of digital risks. This specialist cluster also deploys its knowledge on cybersecurity in servicing its own customers. In collaboration with these specialists, the supervision and monitoring of ICT facilities for Unica’s ICT infrastructure and workforce have been further reinforced in 2022. Awareness of cybersecurity risks is crucial and with that in mind, end users are regularly informed and trained about information protection and physical security. According to the security roadmap, other measures are due to be implemented to mitigate the risks in the course of the coming year.