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With the proliferation of internet-enabled objects and the rise in global connectivity, effective cyber security is more crucial than ever for the success of businesses, defence systems and consumer protection.
Cyber security is often mischaracterised as a software-only issue. However, experts in the field tend to be software engineering specialists.
In reality, cyber security is much broader – dependent not only on reliable software, but on hardware and technological infrastructure that underpins it. A deep understanding of this interconnected system can reveal less familiar, but no less damaging, vulnerabilities cyber criminals can exploit to influence behaviour or extract protected information.
Crucially, knowledge of wider networking standards and communication protocols can help companies identify further areas of risk exposure that may only occur within a larger system, and could remain undiscovered if devices are only considered in isolation.
TTP works with leading industry and national defence partners to assess critical systems for potential cyber vulnerabilities, offering innovative and integrated investigation techniques that go beyond the standard IT-focussed approach to cyber security.
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