We present seven privacy measures that startups and companies can use to protect the data of their customers, employees and partners.
In the first few months after its entry into force, the GDPR was mainly perceived by all parties as a bureaucratic obstacle. But now, this instrument is needed more than ever – to help protect our most fundamental rights in times of crisis.
Compliance poses serious hurdles for small, medium and large companies alike. Is it possible to outsource some of these challenges with the help of Zero Trust Technology?
With approximately 25% of German employees currently working from home, the COVID-19 crisis has turned into the perfect breeding grounds for hackers. Companies should therefore raise awareness among those working from home and make sure that they use secure and proven methods to exchange sensitive data.
In his presentation "Beyond data encryption" at Cloud Expo Europe in London, Jörg Horn from TÜV SÜD's subsidiary uniscon will show how uniscon's sealed platform® can help organisations to meet compliance requirements.
Companies still face complex challenges when implementing IoT projects. At Cloud Expo Europe in London on March 11 and 12, Munich-based TÜV SÜD subsidiary uniscon will be exhibiting and presenting their highly secure cloud business solutions to address these concerns.
When it comes to digitization and eHealth, it's about more than the electronic health record. Service providers with digital health services are pushing the market. But according to experts, there is still a lack of a secure infrastructure able to meet the legal requirements. Can sealed cloud services provide help?
At the Techweek Frankfurt, German cloud security experts uniscon GmbH present their ultra secure sealed platform together with TÜV SÜD and TÜV Hessen.
Singapore is at the forefront of digitalization. Nevertheless, there are still many digital hurdles for companies and authorities today. One of them is the question of data security and the protection of sensitive information in the cloud. Can German technology help resolve this situation?
it-sa is Europe's leading trade fair for IT security and it will take place again from October 8-10 in Nuremberg. This year, Uniscon cloud security experts will be focusing on the Sealed Platform, which uses patented technology to meet the highest security standards. In addition, their stand will all revolve around international market expansion.
The TÜV SÜD subsidiary Uniscon GmbH will present itself to the Asian market at Cloud & Cyber Security Expo in Singapore. From October 9 to 10, the cloud security experts will be presenting the Sealed Platform technology as a trailblazer for a successful digital transformation.
Uniscon GmbH, expert for cloud applications and solutions that ensure secure and legally compliant data traffic, celebrates its tenth anniversary. The company belongs to the TÜV SÜD Group since 2017 and is part of their digitization strategy.
British Airways has to pay a £183m fine: owing to the GDPR, data breaches can end up being quite expensive! Weak points in the supply chain bear risks many companies and suppliers still unterestimate. But how can you avoid them?
Real estate companies receive huge amounts of personal data: From tenants and prospective buyers, but also from tradesmen, suppliers and their own employees. Obviously, this data needs to be adequately protected. Smart companies focus on data security, though legal pitfalls may also arise here.
IT experts had originally envisioned a rosy future for blockchain technology, for example as a means of keeping transactions secure or as a digital delivery note. The possibilities seemed almost limitless! Still there has been growing concern about whether innovation comes at the expense of the environment and data privacy. IT security expert and Uniscon CTO Dr. Hubert Jäger outlines the problems of blockchain technology.
At Cloud Expo Europe, Munich-based TÜV SÜD subsidiary Uniscon is presenting their Sealed Platform for the international market. With this high-security cloud platform, organizations can run
business-critical applications – and still meet their compliance requirements.
Data leaks cost companies dear: the estimated cost per case amounts to an average of almost USD 3.86 million. At Cloud Expo Europe, the Munich-based TÜV SÜD subsidiary Uniscon GmbH will show how the ultra-secure Sealed Platform protects apps and data in the cloud.
Munich. TÜV SÜD is continuing the strategic expansion of its digital service portfolio by acquiring Munich-based Uniscon GmbH. Uniscon and its 45 employees offer Sealed Cloud solutions for data processing. By making this acquisition, TÜV SÜD is positioning itself at the core of digital transformation in the role of third-party provider of a reliable and secure platform for handling sensitive data.
Uniscon’s technology in a Telekom data center? You bet. Deutsche Telekom has expanded its Managed Security Services to now include “Versiegelte Cloud”, i.e. a sealed cloud. Uniscon, a German high-tech firm with a staff of approximately 40 employees, is the provider of the internationally patented data center technology that allows even parties obliged to professional and special-official secrecy to use Telekom’s high-security data centers. Uniscon GmbH CEO Martin Kinne looks forward to “a lively exchange of knowledge with Telekom’s highly specialized experts, which promises a significant increase in IT and data security in cloud computing”.
For the first time ever, the service provider Uniscon will present its entire product range. The spectrum includes various patented, Sealed Cloud technology based services and sol
Munich, April 27, 2015. Uniscon’s communication service IDGard and its basic technology Sealed Cloud (1) are major elements of PwC’s pre-validated „all4cloud“ solution. In late 2014, the auditing and consulting firm tested and rated numerous cloud security offers for its all4cloud solution. Its objective was to combine the solutions of differing cloud computing security systems and infrastructure providers, in order to be able to offer clients a best-of-breed solution. Five leading technology providers were selected, inter alia Munich based Uniscon’s Sealed Cloud technology and its communication service IDGard.
Due to the high confidentiality of health care data and respective networking interdictions, exchanging it can be complicated and lead to delays. The ISDSG (Institute for Health Care Security and Data Privacy) has therefore entered an exclusive health care partnership with the web privacy service IDGAR
Historically, the term „data room“ (1) comes from its purpose with regard to due diligence audits for mergers and acquisitions. Originally, during an M&A, companies created actual, tightly secured rooms on neutral grounds, e.g., on a law firm’s premises, so both parties could benefit from an undisturbed environment and access important files confidentially. Today, virtual rooms have become the norm and are located, along with all the respective content to be audited, in a cloud, i.e., on a server in a data center. Virtual data rooms are also becoming more and more popular among other project fields besides mergers & acquisitions. The steady decline in expenses incurred by cloud services has aroused small and medium-sized businesses’ interest, as well. Hence, with its service IDGARD, Uniscon, a company providing Sealed Cloud infrastructure, offers, with immediate effect, comprehensive, overall data room protection with a detailed journal.
In its latest survey Cloud Vendor Benchmark, the globally active IT research and consulting firm Experton Group (1) tested approximately 400 German cloud software, infrastructure, services and security providers (2). Uniscon was declared Cloud Securtiy Leader in Encryption. The Cloud Vendor Benchmark began January 2014. The Experton Group analyzed and evaluated the German and Swiss cloud markets (the latter for the first time) in various categories. The study consists of 15 market categories and delivers much insight into future cloud computing trends in Germany and Switzerland.