IT security in the health sector
More and more devices in doctor’s offices and hospitals are connected to networks. Diagnoses and therapies are now stored digitally at hospitals, laboratory reports are transmitted over the internet...
Internet Security Programs for Students
Guest blog post from Daniel Waterman
Is Mobile Security Broken?
The way we work has changed. No longer tied to our desks, our laptops, tablets and smartphones let us do our job from wherever we want – at the office, at home or even while on-the-move. We can also...
Vote of confidence for IT security made in Germany
Where is your IT manufacturer based? What used to be a trivial matter of image has now become a security issue. Three years after Edward Snowden's revelations, CEOs understandably feel uncomfortable...
Banking on VPNs
Almost everyone in business has reason to be grateful for the existence of SWIFT. SWIFT (the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications system) is the international banking and funds...
European Cyber Security Month - A month dedicated to cyber security
Most people claim to know how important IT security is. The reality is somewhat different. Demands on employees time are high, there are millions of distractions and somehow the backup at the end of...
Naked Privacy: the Legacy of Snowden
“We the public are at one of the last points that we will have to make a difference in how normalised the culture of mass surveillance becomes.”
IT security for Industrial Internet of Things
Vulnerabilities in the vision of industrial digitalization and networking
Smart cities must respect privacy at heart
“Between the mind that plans and the hands that build there must be a Mediator, and this must be the heart.” This famous line from Germany's 1927 masterpiece, Metropolis, continues to resonate today.
Side-step the Internet censorship threat
Most people in the Western world regard privacy as one of most fundamental rights in a democratic society. They also take it for granted that these democratic principles apply equally to the Internet....