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

There is no such thing as IT anymore. Today, IT is a component of countless devices. But security is often not a component. It is already difficult to make users understand the importance of security in the IT sector.

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Daniel Caduff

Deputy Head of ICT

 

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Simeon Mussler

COO Bosch CyberCompare

+49 (0)711 811-19893

Simeon.Mussler@bosch.com

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

“Network monitoring is a computer network’s systematic effort to detect slow or failing network components, such as overloaded or crashed/frozen servers, failing routers, failed switches or other problematic devices. In the event of a network failure or similar outage, the network monitoring system alerts the network administrator (NA). Network monitoring is a subset of network management.

Network monitoring is generally carried out through software applications and tools. Network monitoring services are widely used to detect whether a given Web server is functioning and connected properly to networks worldwide. Many servers that perform this function provide a more complete visualization of both the Internet and networks.”