Alok Sahay Country Manager India Saarc

Alok Sahay
Sales Director India & SAARC
+91 8800-67 77 99

Welcome to India!

Hi! My name is Alok and I'm your local representative in India. Looking for a cyber security solution and vulnerability management? Let's talk! 

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Faurani Ahmad Sales director Southeast Asia

Ahmad Faurani
Sales Director Southeast Asia
+60 19 434 2727

Welcome to Malaysia!

Hi! My name is Ahmad Faurani and I'm your local representative in Malaysia. Looking for a cyber security solution and vulnerability management? Let's talk! 

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Cristian Miranda
Key Account Manager, Finland
+46 8-550 05 582

Tervetuloa Suomeen!

Hei! Nimeni on Cristian ja olen paikallinen edustajasi Suomessa. Etsitkö tietoturvaratkaisua ja haavoittuvuuksien hallintaa? Puhutaan!

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Victor Bunge Meyer
Key Account Manager, Sverige
+46 08-550 05 582

Holm Security i Sverige

Välkommen till Holm Security i Sverige! Jag heter Victor och är din lokala kontakt. Kontakta mig om du vill veta mera om vår platform för sårbarhetsanalyser. 

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Beth Murrell
Account Manager, Benelux
+31-20-238 63 94

Welkom in de Benelux!

Mijn naam is Beth Murrell en ik ben uw lokale vertegenwoordiger in Nederland, België en Luxemburg. Op zoek naar een cyberveiligheidsoplossing en kwetsbaarheidsbeheer? Laten we praten!

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Jens Dahlkvist
Key Account Manager, Norge
+46 8-550 05 582

Holm Security i Norge

Velkommen til Holm Security i Norge! Jeg heter Jens og er din lokale kontaktperson.Kontakt meg hvis du vil vite mer om vår plattform for sårbarhetsanalyser.

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Ronnie Jensen

Ronnie Jensen
Country Manager Denmark
+45 31 12 10 05

Holm Security i Danmark

Velkommen til Holm Security i Danmark! Mit navn er Ronnie og jeg er din lokale kontaktperson. Kontakt mig, hvis du vil vide mere om vores sårbarhedsanalyseplatform.

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We offer a market-leading platform for continuous and automated vulnerability management, that helps your business take control over IT security in a time-and cost-effective way. The platform is delivered safely from local data centers.

Automatic & continuous

There are thousands of new known vulnerabilities monthly. Find new vulnerabilities with scheduled and continuous scans.

Systematic & proactive

Our platform provides a great foundation for a systematic and risk-based approach with your cyber security defense.


Don’t get lost by all the data. Our platform helps you understand what vulnerabilities to remediate first through a number of automated and simple tools.

Education Sector

Prioritizing security

The education sector has long faced challenges such as a lack of funding and resources, and at the same time, there's been an alarming increase in cyberattacks on both schools and higher education. A weak cyber security infrastructure can put student data at risk. A structured cyber security approach is necessary to protect against financial loss, prevent disruption, and protect students from harm.

An easy target for cybercrime

The threats facing universities might not be the same facing schools or school districts. It’s therefore critical to evaluate the risks and understand just how your institution might be vulnerable to unauthorized access.


Take control over your IT environment with Holm Security VMP

  • Insight into your IT environment.
  • Target vulnerabilities in your network components and public applications.
  • Test the resilience of your employees through phishing simulations.
  • Comply with guidelines such as OWASP, GDPR, NIS, ISO27001, PCI DSS, SOX etc.
  • Strengthen your information security.
  • Platform optimized for your preferred integration.

Security requirements

Fully understand the threat landscape and create a security framework that allows you to be ahead of any attackers. Here are a few best practices to protect your organization from disruptive and costly intrusions.


Identify and understand the threat landscape, including external and internal cyber threats.


Assess the risk exposure by determining the likelihood and impact of vulnerability exploitation by any external or internal actor.

Risk posture

Continuously and carefully adjust your risk posture to align with the changing cyber environment.


Reduce the likelihood and the impact of any potential exploitation by implementing detection measures.


Establish a contingency plan to mitigate any potential cyber risk.


Use contingency plan to respond and recover from any cyber incidents to ensure operational stability.


Systematic, continuous & proactive

With the challenges facing the education sector, the focus should be on proactively minimizing the risk of cyberattacks. Sign up for a demo of our Vulnerability Management Platform to see how easy it is to protect your education network with automatic and continuous scans.

Proven technology

Vulnerability Management technology has been around for over 20 years. We've made it available for every organization – regardless of knowledge and size.

Increase resilience

Through continuous phishing simulations, you make sure to keep your users up to date with the constantly shifting and latest threats.

Simple & fast

Getting started with our platform takes only a few hours. Our platform provides the most time and cost-efficient way to get in control over your cyber security.

cyber security complete coverage
Complete coverage

We cover every asset in every environment - public, local, cloud, IoT, containers as well as OT and SCADA.

Common types of cyberattacks in the education sector

DDoS attacks

DDoS attacks are a common type of attack on all educational institutions. They're often performed to cause widespread disruption to the network, negatively impacting productivity. It's a relatively easy attack for an amateur cyber-criminal, especially if the target network is poorly protected.

Data theft

Data theft affects all levels that handle student and staff data, including sensitive details like names and addresses. This type of information can be valuable whether the hacker plans to sell the information to a third party or use it as a bargaining tool and extort money.

Financial attacks

Another motive for hackers attacking education institutions is for financial gain, especially for universities handling large numbers of student fees. Without proper protection, this presents a weak spot for cybercriminals to intercept.