Map of Press Freedom 2018: Too few white spots

3rd May 2018 is World Press Freedom Day. A glance at the Reporters Without Borders (RSF) Index makes it clear that more ‘white spots’ on the map are desirable!

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Eliminate the Threat of Password Mismanagement during RSA in San Francisco

Despite all the good advice we provide and receive on password best practice, management and good governance we still hear this question time and again; ‘What was that password again?’

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The new Cryptshare - File exchange on the go

Cryptshare Version 4: Security while on the go. Exchange information and files instantly via an even more evolved system thanks to Responsive Design and the 64-Bit Upgrade.

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Does the Chinese dragon turn into a data spider?

28th January 2018 is Data Protection Day, an occasion to take a closer look at recent developments in China that will have an impact on companies, especially small ones.

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Significance of secure data transfer for German energy suppliers increases

German energy suppliers have been declared as operators of critical infrastructures since the summer of 2015. According to the IT-Security Law they must send data via a secure connection.

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Security issues leave cloud infrastructure vulnerable

A newly discovered weak spot in the technology used to deliver cloud services enables criminals and governments to access information stored and processed in the cloud.

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Lessons to be learnt from Panama Papers

In times of digital communication and the internet many things have changed in our private and corporate life. Among them is the possibility to gather information and organise and share them internationally in a very short amount of time.

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Digital transformation in public authorities

Writing about cyber espionage these days seems almost needless. Not a single day passes without another report of stolen, lost, or unsecured data somewhere around the world. We live in a digital society and much of our private, public, and corporate communication and data storage happens online.

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Why there is too little e-mail encryption

Everyone is talking about it: politicians and law enforcement would like to limit if not abandon it; privacy groups and companies see it as more and more important: the encryption of e-mails.

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Risk of unsecured login at „E-Mail made in Germany“

The German initiative “E-mail made in Germany” promises encrypted e-mail communication for everyone. Yet when users are not aware of it there is a risk of their communication not being completely secured.

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With our software Cryptshare we enable our customers to share e-mails and files of any size securely in an ad-hoc way with a detailed audit trail and a strong ROI.

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