Regensburg, 9thJuly 2019– The software company DRACOON from Regensburg is the first Enterprise Filesharing company to be named a full member of the German Security and Defense Industry Association (BDSV). The BDSV is considered the point of contact for the German security and defense industry and the hinge between companies, politics, society, institutions and media.
The federal association represents the combined interests of the German Security and Defense Industry (SDI) and therefore supports the companies in the national and international competition. It has a wide network in Germany and Europe, in all important markets and international organizations. The aim of all activities is to maintain and further expand the competitiveness and sustainability of the German security and defense industry and of Germany as a technology and business location.Member companies are an indispensable component of German security interests and directly serve the security and freedom of citizens living in Germany. Through their actions, they support the maintenance and enforcement of justice, freedom and security.
These aims are also central for DRACOON: In times of hacker attacks, data misuse or the strict regulations, embedded in the EU-GDPR, data security is of central importance for companies. So that people, companies and states regain sovereignty over their data, DRACOON is building technologically leading File Services that are based on maximum security, universal integration and easy operation.
“We are very pleased to support the BSDV as a full member and to be able to contribute our expertise in the area of Enterprise Filesharing to all other member companies. Due to the digitization great challenges await these companies and with our platform DRACOON we have the opportunity to support them as strong partners”, emphasizes Marc Schieder, CIO DRACOON.
“The ‘traditional defense industry’ and the information technology are increasingly converging, new technology approaches are created, resulting in completely new possibilities for improving the products and services used in security and defense”, according to the managing director at the BDSV, Andreas von Büren. “Therefore, we are very pleased to have gained another company from this future area as a member – the software company DRACOON.”