Deploying software

The importance of deploying software under strict security protocols

The secure deployment of software, under strict security protocols, is becoming a mandatory feature in today’s digital landscape. The reasons, though obvious, are many and varied, which is why technology companies invest in their ability to deploy their solutions under your customers’ cybersecurity rules:

Data protection: secure software deployment ensures that sensitive user data is protected from unauthorised access, breaches or cyber-attacks. This is especially crucial in applications that handle customer data, ensuring trust and compliance with data protection regulations such as GDPR.

Preventing cyber-attacks: Securely deployed software minimises vulnerabilities, reducing the risk of exploitation by cybercriminals. Regular security assessments and patches help identify and address vulnerabilities before they can be used in attacks such as ransomware, phishing or DDoS attacks.

Maintaining a company’s reputation: A security breach can severely damage a company’s reputation. Customers lose confidence in organisations that cannot protect their data. Implementing secure software is essential to maintaining a positive image and retaining customer confidence, which is crucial for business continuity.

Compliance: Various industries have regulatory requirements for data protection and cyber security. Implementing secure software ensures compliance with industry rules and regulations. Non-compliance can lead to legal consequences and financial penalties.

Protection of end-user devices: software vulnerabilities can be exploited to gain unauthorised access to user devices. Secure deployment practices prevent such attacks, ensuring the security not only of the software, but also of the devices running the software.

A secure software deployment

At Zerintia Technologies we have extensive experience in global deployments under strict security protocols, which allows us to pass exhaustive ‘pen tests’.

In addition, we are ISO 27001 certified

Key aspects of the Human Centric concept

Some key aspects of the Human Centric approach are:

– Ergonomics: ergonomically designed tools and workstations reduce physical strain on workers, increase comfort and minimise the risk of injury, resulting in higher productivity and job satisfaction.

– User experience: industrial interfaces and control systems are designed with the user experience in mind, being intuitive, clear and easy to use, improving efficiency.

– Training and skills development: continuous training and skills development of the workforce translates into greater efficiency and fewer errors.

– Safety: this is a priority. Safety protocols, protective equipment and machine guards are implemented to ensure a safe working environment.

– Collaborative robotics: cobots are designed to work in collaboration with humans thanks to their sensors and AI algorithms that enable safe interaction with human workers.

– Flexibility: systems are designed to accommodate different skill levels and adapt to changing production demands. This flexibility facilitates workflow management and resource allocation.

– Continuous feedback: this feedback allows organisations to identify challenges, inefficiencies or areas where improvements can be made. Continuous improvement based on employee input is a core principle.

By adopting a Human Centric approach, industrial organisations can create a work environment where employees are motivated, engaged and equipped to perform at their best. This approach not only benefits workers, but also increases productivity, improves the quality of results and creates a positive organisational culture.