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DRACOON receives seal “validated IT security” from the TÜV Hessen

  Regensburg 25th September 2019 – The TÜV Hessen has awarded DRACOON the quality seal “validated IT security”. The cloud provider is market leader in the field of enterprise filesharing in the German-speaking area and has once again proved its professionalism and compliance with its high security standards. Every company faces the challenge of digitally […]

Millions of patient data accessible for years: A wakeup-call for the healthcare sector?

A statement by Marc Schieder, CIO DRACOON Regensburg, 18thSeptember 2019– According to research by the Bayerischer Rundfunk and the US investigative platform ProPublica, highly sensitive medical patient data from Germany and the USA has landed on unsecured servers. In other words, this means that uninvolved third parties had access to this information at any time. […]

Why don’t you protect your data?

A video statement by Marc Schieder Regensburg, 18th September 2019 – Yesterday it became known that more than 16 million records from patient files were publicly available in digital form over a period of years. If you think more carefully about the consequences this is catastrophic. Therefore, Marc Schieder asks himself the question in a […]

Welcome to the second issue of our magazine DRACOON insights

Regensburg, 16th September 2019 – Herbert von Karajan once said that the one who has achieved all his goals has set them too low. We can confidently say that we still have enough goals ahead of us, which we want to reach. Preferably together with you. But at least you have a small milestone from […]

Unter4Ohren: Arved Graf von Stackelberg in an interview with Davor Kolaric

Regensburg, 11th September 2019 – This week Davor Kolaric from all-about-security visited us in Regensburg. A new podcast was created with our CSO Arved Graf von Stackelberg. The two of them discussed the “Protection of Critical Infrastructure (CRITIS) against ransomware” in detail. Here, the resulting podcast is directly available (in German).