Monitoring your network environment costs time and money – we help you find the right provider

  • Price-performance ratio
  • References
  • Competence of the tester
  • Temporal and technical scope

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We find the right provider for you in four steps – for free!

 

1

Specify requirements

 

2

Anonymous tender under Bosch brand

 

3

Transparent comparison of top 3 providers

 

4

Provider pitches and customer decision

 
 
 
 

1. We help you to specify your requirements

  • Requirement specification
  • E2E Tendering process
  • Provider validation

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2. CyberCompare tenders your requirements anonymously

  • Pre-selection based on our market insights
  • Leveraging the CyberCompare database
  • Identification of 5-6 relevant vendor
  • Tendering along the defined criteria

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3. We provide you with an objective comparison of provider offerings

  • Consolidation of vendor information and preparation of a report with clear recommendations
  • Result presentation of the report
  • Pre-selection of 1-2 favours by customers

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4. You make the last decision with our support

  • Favourite providers present themselves in person to the customer
  • Customer makes his final decision
  • Accompaniment of interactions between customer and provider

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Perspective from one of our experts

The zero-trust concept affects a wide range of areas: Architecture, IT Infrastructure, Identity and Access Management (IAM), Cyber Defense, IT Operations and IT Strategy teams – and all other areas of the organization must understand the necessary access rules.

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Clare Patterson

Former CIO Shell Energy

 

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Simeon Mussler

COO Bosch CyberCompare

+49 (0)711 811-19893

Simeon.Mussler@bosch.com

Consistent network control can limit the damage and provide special protection for critical assets

Network access control (NAC) is an approach to network management and security that enforces security policy, compliance and management of access control to a network. It is a network solution that enables only compliant, authenticated and trusted endpoint devices and nodes to access network resources and infrastructure. It also monitors and controls their activity once they are on the network.