Our customer reference in the critical infrastructure field.
About Salzburg Airport.
Salzburg Airport is the second largest international airport in Austria. It serves Salzburg, the fourth-largest Austrian city, as well as a gateway to Austria’s numerous and vast ski areas, including the Ski Amadé region, the largest network of linked ski resorts in Europe.
The airport is named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and is located 3.1 km west-southwest from the centre of Salzburg and 2 km from the Austrian-German border. It is jointly owned by the City of Salzburg (25%) and The State of Salzburg (75%).
Continous IT security in focus.
IT security is a key priority for the Airport Salzburg. RadarServices is delivering its continuous IT security monitoring and vulnerability management and assessment services to the organization.
In this way Airport Salzburg is able to focus on its core competencies and at the same time profits from cutting edge IT risk detection technology, well trained experts and proven processes.
RadarServices for critical infrastructure providers.
The customers of RadarServices include listed and non-listed companies – among them undisputed world market leaders – as well as authorities and public institutions.
Critical infrastructure providers are one of the largest customer groups of RadarServices. These organizations have special requirements, both on the sector and company level. RadarServices tailors its services to these needs.
The RadarServices Risk & Security Cockpit quickly becomes the central source for IT security information even in large IT landscapes. It is also the basis for the collaboration between internal IT teams and RadarServices.
Europe’s largest cyber defence centre.
Every year, RadarServices analyses 617 petabytes of data, 74 trillion of events and 917 million vulnerability information for its customers, thus identifying an average of 2.9 million incidents*.
Measured by these figures, RadarServices maintains the largest Cyber Defence Center in Europe by far, attracting the best IT security analysts in the world. From here, they protect the values of the European economy and society.
The result: a unique hub of know-how right in the heart of our continent.
* Numbers as of October 2017