In an environment where security is increasingly important, we must have the most advanced methods to detect and prevent possible attacks against our organisations.

Methods of attack have changed in the last few years, changing from targeted attacks to indiscriminate attacks, where anyone can be the target of cybercriminals. Traditional security methods, on their own, are no longer sufficient, and we must complement them with other more advanced security measures.

The most vulnerable point of all our organisations are the employees themselves and users of the companies, who, with the simple fact of clicking a link in an e-mail, can compromise all of the company’s information.

In addition, new rules, regulations, and laws, as may be the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), of the European Union, that require us to increase the security measures of personal data.


At BeClever, we will help you to complement traditional measures with measures that are more advanced in cybersecurity, so that you can minimise the risks and attack surface.

There are two types of users in any company, users with normal permissions, and users with administrator permissions. Obviously, the risk of the latter is far superior to that of the former, although in a cyberattack, cybercriminals can escalate their privilege level from normal users to administrators, when they will be able to exploit at will all the company’s information.

To protect user permissions at BeClever we focus on identity management solutions (IAM-Identity and Access Management), which will allow companies to effectively manage user permissions, based on roles, by automating provisioning and deprovisioning and user registration/cancellation/modification operations. For access management, we provide Single Sign-on solutions and double Authentication Factor solutions.


Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions will allow us to securitise access of administrator users with privileged access, preventing these users from having passwords that allow cybercriminals to exploit the most serious vulnerabilities.


We will also cover other security aspects such as auditing of accesses and permissions, vulnerability scanning, delegation of permissions, data masking, etc.