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Statement on the Hacker Attack

A statement by Marc Schieder, CIO DRACOON Regensburg, 10thJanuary 2019– It recently became known that many politicians and celebrities became victims of a large-scale hacker attack. Large quantities of data were compromised and published. This type of attack is also known as “doxing”, where data and documents are collected and later publicized. The incident raises […]

Health-app’s Safety-gap can be closed

A comment by Dr. Florian Scheuer, CTO DRACOON Regensburg, 29thDecember 2018– The attention around the health-file-app Vivy has died down over the last few weeks. However, the topic was once again intensively discussed at the Chaos Communication Congress (35C3) in Leipzig. The reason was the detailed description of the safety-gaps in the talk given by the […]

DRACOON wishes a Merry Christmas

“There used to be more lametta!” We do not know if the same goes for your Christmas tree. However, with this unforgettable film classic by Loriot we would like to wish you and your loved ones a „Merry Christmas“ and a pleasant ending of the year.   An eventful and exiting year lies behind us. […]

Comfortable offline data-editing and extended Outlook-Add-In: DRACOON’s new release with many practical features

Regensburg, December 3rd2018– The new release from DRACOON, the German leader for enterprise filesharing, is remarkable: Next to the S3-Object-Tags, that allow predefined storage policies, or an improved Outlook-Add-In, all data stored in DRACOON can now be easily edited via the Sync-Client. Offline-synchronisation provides more comfort With the long-awaited DRACOON for Windows/Mac version 3.0 the […]

The case Fürstenfeldbruck shows: A high risk potential in the healthcare sector still remains

A comment by Arved Graf von Stackelberg, CSO at DRACOON Regensburg, 22ndNovember 2018 – During the last week a devastating IT-security incident occurred in a German hospital. The clinic Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria had to put up with heavy disturbances in the operating procedures due to an e-mail attachment contaminated with malware. Temporarily none of the […]