Do you trust big American tech companies?

Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who helped Edward Snowden with the publication of his secret documents, does not. On his tour through Germany, he does not mince words.

Read more

Once again, customer records and passwords have been stolen from an Internet company. Is this a worst case scenario?

Hackers steal personal user account data from a large number of eBay customers. Also, passwords are stolen in the attack. Users are prompted to change their passwords now. Would it still be worse?

Read more

Be careful who you share with.

Expect your users to make mistakes. Using file sharing systems, a few wrong mouse clicks may place your data out in the wild.

Read more

German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière (CDU) is calling on companies to guard against espionage.

Are businesses naive in dealing with the risk of economic espionage?

Read more

U.S. internet companies have to hand out data stored abroad.

Even data in national cloud data centers are not safe if they are operated by U.S. companies.

Read more

Does IT Security represent the „no“ in „Innovation“?

Security solutions are often perceived as fun killers. Does it always have to be like this?

Read more

Heartbleed Bug - Operating System fixes available for Cryptshare

Learn how to eliminate the Heartbleed Bug on your Cryptshare system.

Read more

Update: Heartbleed Bug - Operating System update planned for Cryptshare Virtual and Hardware Appliances.

Cryptshare is planning an Operating System update for all Cryptshare Appliances and Virtual Appliances. Get an overview about the Heartbleed Bug and the impact on your Cryptshare System.

Read more

Update: Heartbleed Bug does not affect Cryptshare 3.

Cryptshare 3 systems not affected. Update planned for Cryptshare 2.

Read more

Important Notice: OpenSSL "Heartbleed Bug" vulnerability

A serious security issue referred to as "Hearbleed Bug" has become public recently. Systems using OpenSSL encryption are affected.

Read more