38 questions and answers about GDPR

38 questions and answers about GDPR

Lately we've organized a webinar about the new EU regulation GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This regulation affects every company and public institution in the European Union as well as foreign companies doing business within the EU. At the webinar we received more questions than we could possibly have answered…continue reading →
The risk of external devices

The risk of external devices

Most of us own and use external devices for data transfers. Be it USB flash drives, external drives, cameras or mobile phones, they all make it easy and comfortable to transfer important data. On the other hand, they also bring a couple of security problems that we shouldn’t overlook. The biggest…continue reading →
How to protect IT against user mistakes

How to protect IT against user mistakes

Looking at the field of IT and security lately, we can easily spot an interesting trend growing in popularity – taking advantage of a user in order to break into the system. It doesn’t matter whether it’s ransomware, phishing, or data theft, a big part of present-day attacks relies on an ordinary…continue reading →
GDPR – the new data protection rules for EU

GDPR – the new data protection rules for EU

Companies have only 15 months to adapt to the new rules for data protection brought by GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Information about customers, suppliers and employees are processed by almost any company. Apart from these there are big databases of personal data to be found for example in health…continue reading →
How to secure printed data

How to secure printed data

When it comes to the security of printed data, most of us see the highest risk in unauthorized document viewing or removal. Just like there are ways to audit, manage and protect electronic documents, there are ways to manage printed documents, too. So, how can you protect your printed data…continue reading →
6 key changes the new EU’s General Data Protection Regulation brings

6 key changes the new EU’s General Data Protection Regulation brings

New data protection rules are soon coming into force all over the EU. Leaks of personal data will be much more transparent to affected individuals as well as to the general public. There will be increased fines for data breaches up to 4% of the annual worldwide turnover of a company. What else is the new Data Protection Regulation bringing?