More cybersecurity for a protect digital world

Digital culture is the security culture.

Not only in a technical sense, but above all strategic: security of information, of technology innovation, of information systems and business objectives. For this reason, Amberdee, the business unit of Spindox that manages governance and business transformation, has a focus on cyber security with a global approach.

Application security

Application security services, for starters. A hot topic, given the fact that the digitalization of business processes increased the number of application vulnerabilities. Spindox takes action to estimate your potential vulnerabilities and offers corrective solutions in case of missing safe development methodologies or wrong framework configurations. We operate on a wide range of matters, from source code analysis, to the testing of the application infrastructure, up to SSDL (Secure Software Development Lifecycle) consulting.

We put a great deal of care into Iot and the mobile world. The rise of the mobile paradigm and the spreading of IoT systems, do in fact raise new challenges for those working with cybersecurity, especially in manufacturing: the area exposed to cyber-attacks has grown exponentially, just as the amount of data to protect.

Network security

It is not just a matter of application. Spindox also focuses on perimeter, framework and network security. We carry out network security analysis and monitoring, we do framework adjustments (network, server, endpoint), carry out vulnerability assessment and penetration tests, we take pre-emptive actions for advanced attacks (APT) based on behavioral analysis tools.


However, cyber security to Spindox is also a matter of compliance, which means being always compliant with GDPR, ISO, PCI/DSS NIST and other specific regulations. Our consulting work supports clients in managing cyber-threats. We help them to adopt standards, practical solutions, guide lines and field regulations in the organizational and process framework.

Data governance

The ultimate goal is to define a data governance model, moving from classifying sensitive data to formalizing tools and policies and manage digital identities. To get to the implementation, when possible, of SIEM frameworks monitoring and application solutions, or suppling SOCaaS and Cyberthreat Intelligence services.