Cyber risk solutions

Cyber-attacks are no longer a niche concern. The bare figures speak for themselves: in 2021, there were almost 29% more reports of cybercrime in Austria (total: 46,200) than in the previous year.

This makes it all the more understandable that companies today want to know exactly what IT security standard a prospective supplier or business partner has – of course, before they actually ‘dock’ onto their system and digital data starts to flow.

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Solutions for more security


WebRisk Indi­cator

This indicator assesses the publicly visible cyber risk of a company and is based on its website. All KSV1870 company reports have now been expanded and upgraded to include this essential information. The WebRisk Indicator does not affect the KSV1870 rating. There are no additional costs for you.

All credit reports now include the result of an initial check – to find out more, order the CyberRisk Rating.

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CyberRisk Report

CyberRisk Report 2022


The report on cybersecurity in Austria
As part of the CyberRisk Rating, a full-scale security scan was taken of Austria's corporate landscape (German only).


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CyberRisk Rating

Making digital risk in supply chains visible

The complete solution for third-party cyber risk management according to NIS and GDPR – it can be used worldwide.

IT security assessments, GDPR compliance, and business continuity management made easy – with the CyberRisk Rating by KSV1870.

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Why a CyberRisk Rating?

The EU’s GDPR and the EU’s NIS Directive require all organisations, especially operators of essential services, to have professional cyber risk management for service providers, suppliers, and third parties. 

The CyberRisk Rating by KSV1870 is a standardized process that ensures compliance with these requirements.

It makes cyber risk in global supply chains transparent and can thus be used to reduce the risk in a targeted manner.

According to the Austrian operational NIS authority (BMI), the CyberRisk Rating by KSV1870 fulfils the requirements of the Austrian NIS Act for supplier risk (sec 11[1] no. 2 in conjunction with Annex 1 NISV).

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Rating & procedure

The CyberRisk Rating by KSV1870 consists of two components:
On the one hand, it offers suppliers catering for critical infrastructure and enterprise around the world a cyber risk management platform and, on the other hand, it provides rated companies with a reliable process for efficient assessment implementation.

Which one are you interested in?

Competence Centre for a Safe & Secure Austria (KSÖ)

The CyberRisk scheme of the Competence Centre for a Safe & Secure Austria

An Austrian standard based on the EU’s NIS Directive: KSÖ has been working with security managers from industry, administration, and critical infrastructure to develop a standard for cyber risk evaluation since the beginning of 2020. This standard is based on the requirements of EU Directive 2016/1148 (‘NIS’), which aims to improve the security level of network and information systems throughout the EU.

The CyberRisk Scheme of the Competence Centre for a Safe & Secure Austria forms the basis of the CyberRisk Rating by KSV1870.