Secure Data Exchange with IBM Notes and Cryptshare

IBM Notes is a platform for secure collaboration in enterprises. The IBM Notes client integrates messaging, business applications and social collaboration in a single workspace. Companies appreciate Notes, because it can be easily extended with rapidly developed applications, that facilitate work or expand functionality. Cryptshare for Notes is such an application.

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From zero to one hundred in three seconds - the future of the German automotive industry (3/3)

European companies are investing heavily in digital innovation - more than their American counterparts. This is the result of an independent study in which over 500 executives from different sectors were interviewed. A particularly strong innovation driver is the German automotive industry, which, through the acquisition of IT companies and through new partnerships, is setting the pace for innovation for their industry.

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The weakest link in the (production) chain (2/3)

Your IT and production infrastructure is up-to-date and protected? Congratulations! But your company is still miles away from being safe. Dangers lurk outside the company network but also inside. Unwittingly, employees regularly provide sensitive company information on request. Employees are the greatest threat to data leaks in the company. But we all know this, right?

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Data security in mechanical engineering means production safety (1/3)

What do Renault, Nissan and Honda have in common? Right, all three companies were affected by the Ransomware WannaCry. Although the issue of cybersecurity has been on corporate executives’ minds for some time now and they allocate an average of 10% of their IT budgets on IT security, companies still need to deal with security incidents - also the big ones.

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Important IT security-related topics with regard to the upcoming German election

Germany will elect a new government on 24th September 2017. The IT Security Association Germany (TeleTrusT) has asked its members including executives and employees of the IT security industry which IT security-relevant topics the parties should address with regard to the election in autumn.


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After the attack is before the attack: a report on cyber security in Germany

Today we deliver a summary of the results of a Cyber ​​Security Survey carried out in late 2016 in Germany and regard it against the background of the latest Ransomware attack. The results may be relevant for other European countries, too.


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New Ransomware WannaCry attacks computers worldwide

200,000 computer systems worldwide have been put out of action since Friday 12th May by a Ransomware named "WannaCry". The attack appears to have stopped for the time being. However, security experts expect further attacks by the same malicious software in a slightly modified variant.

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Cyber crime, misinformation, spying actions

Review of digital communication in 2016 - preview of developments in 2017. We communicate in private and business, face-to-face, in writing, by telephone and digitally. We use various communication channels without thinking much about it. But not quite!

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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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Seven things you should consider when choosing a new software tool

Companies often focus too much on single functions when investing in new technology. Our graphic shows you which points to check before going for it...

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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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