Our understanding

Compass stands for trust, competence, and customer orientation.

Trust

Creating a relationship of trust is our primary goal in working together with our customers. We emphasize personal and transparent communications, firm commitments and absolute confidentiality. Our reputation is built on authenticity and demonstrated through competence.

Competence

We put our in-depth expertise to the test on customer projects every day and are always ready to accept new challenges. Based on a combination of broad experience from our everyday activities, our employees' continuous training, and thirst for new research possibilities, we keep pace with the latest technologies and trends, and continuously adapt our knowledge base and methodology.

Customer orientation

Our personal contact with customers helps us understand the exact requirements, we can give them the project support they expect and react flexibly to any sudden changes in the company environment.

At all times, be it during a kick-off meeting, during the actual security assessment, or in the documentation and debriefing phase, we make a special point of communicating appropriately to whatever interest group we are addressing.


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Fast and competent support in case of cyber incidients

The editorial staff of the Unternehmerzeitung has taken up the topic of cyber security again and in an interview sheds light on how the cooperation... Read more

Vulnerability in HADatAc Framework

Lukasz D. has identified a remote code execution vulnerability in the Human-Aware Data Acquisition (HADatAc) framework. Read more

HSR opportunities and risks of the digitalization - what it means to the job market in the ICT industry

In the advanced training course BSLB / RAV / IV of the HSR Hochschule für Technik the topic "Opportunities and risks of digitalization and the labour... Read more

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Compass Security Blog

Substitutable Message Service

Have you ever said something and later regretted it? Or written an email to someone and then wished it had not happened? Or sent an SMS message but afterward desired to change its content? Well,... mehr

Hidden Inbox Rules in Microsoft Exchange

Contents Introduction Attack Overview Step-by-Step Detection Email Clients Administration Tools Exchange Compliance Features MAPI Editor Eradication Microsoft Security Response Center Swiss Cyber... mehr

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