Enhance your cyber security with Cyberalarm.

Always protected against cyber crime with SecureMe2 Cyberalarm


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Continuous monitoring of computers

Monitors your network 24/7.

for SMB.

Information is the heart of your business. It is important to protect that information by monitoring your IT landscape 24/7. Immediate alarm in the event of a digital break-in.

Cyberalarm Pro
for Enterprise.

Large organizations have complex IT environments. Cyberalarm Pro unburdens you and helps you make the right choices. Detection of malicious traffic, shadow IT, and device configuration errors.

Client testimonials.

“Cyberalarm Pro from SecureMe2, enables us to guarantee the continuity of our production lines. Thanks to the real-time insights they provide, we can immediately deal with malicious behaviour or misuse of systems.”
CFO – Harvill Food Group BV

How Cyberalarm keeps your network safe.

Cyberalarm works with a local sensor (physical or virtual) that captures all traffic in the network and prepares it for analysis. The analysis of the failing measures provides immediate insight into the impact of a digital attack.

Provides exactly the insight we need as an organization

“It works very well. For example, the system immediately detected a network printer that was approached from Ukraine via an open port. In retrospect, the impact was not that bad, but I would never have seen that without this solution.”
Maasstad Ziekenhuis
Maasstad Hospital

John -Teamlead

by 850+ organizations.

More than 850 companies worldwide use Cyberalarm or Cyberalarm Pro








An organization that does not arm its IT landscape against digital threats such as hackers and ransomware is likely to fall victim to hackers. The question is not if, but when it will happen. The better protected and the higher the quality of the monitoring for unwanted intruders, the smaller the damage to the organization. Recent studies show that the chance of a hack is 1 in 5 for companies. Preventing a cyber incident beforehand is always cheaper than solving a cyber incident afterwards.
I’m not a target, am I? This is an often used argument, but no longer tenable since the GDPR. Every organization has personal data of customers, suppliers and employees. Identities are popular, hackers can easily conclude contracts with the name and address details, pay slips and identity documents of your employees. This usually happens for telephone subscriptions and private lease constructions. Virtually all organizations that have fallen victim to digital crime in recent years were not a deliberate target but the victim of automated attacks. The search for vulnerabilities in IT infrastructures and systems in organizations is becoming increasingly automated. Employees are bombarded with emails, whatsapps, text messages and messages on social media to entice them to contact the criminals. All necessary information is available online at the Chamber of Commerce. In addition, organizations are automatically tested for weak passwords and vulnerabilities in technology. So everyone is a target.
A firewall blocks traffic that is preset as unwanted. This is usually traffic that wants to enter the company from the internet. Traffic from the inside to the outside is almost always allowed. If a part is already blocked, then ports 80, 443 and 53 are always open. Attackers therefore use methods such as phishing to gain entry and thus communicate through the open ports. Attackers are then in the network at that time, while the firewall is not aware of anything. The malware can then communicate freely to the internet, making data breaches possible. A firewall is necessary but not the ultimate goal.
A strong defence consists of standard measures, such as trainings, and technical measures, such as firewalls, anti-virus and monitoring and detection. The latter two execute SecureMe2 Cyberalarm. Detection sends a signal once an attacker has succeeded despite these measures. Initially, measures are aimed at preventing an incident. Inevitably, despite the measures taken, an incident could take place. When it does, it is important to have the right processes, tools and knowledge in place. Processes such as isolating networks and shutting down infected systems allow Cyberalarm to find out how a hacker has penetrated the organization and how to be operational again as soon as possible.

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