DRACOON is committed to fulfilling its responsibility to society and helping individuals, companies, and countries regain control over their data. That is why we are constantly enhancing our file services and actively involved in professional organizations and associations that support us in our mission:
By establishing the Alliance for Cybersecurity in 2012, Germany’s Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) aims to strengthen the country’s ability to withstand cyber attacks.
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DRACOON was the first software company to be named a full member of the Federal Association of the German Security and Defense Industry (BDSV). The BDSV acts as a liaison between companies, policymakers, civil society, institutions, and the media, and supports the preservation and enforcement of justice, freedom, and security. These goals are also a top priority for DRACOON – in times of hacker attacks, data abuse, or even the stringent regulations enshrined in the GDPR, data security plays a central role for companies.
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The BVMW is the largest, politically independent and cross-industry interest grouping of German medium-sized businesses. Within the framework, it represents more than 30 medium-sized associations with 900,000 members.
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The Bavarian Association for Security in the Economy (BVSW) was founded by well-known Bavarian companies in 1976 as a non-profit association. Its member companies are active in the commercial, industrial, insurance, security, IT, and private service sectors. The BVSW advises on security issues, holds regular conferences and workshops, and offers a wide range of vocational and advanced training programs.
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The Federal Association of IT SMEs represents over 2,000 IT companies, making it the largest professional association exclusively for mid-sized IT companies in Germany. BITMi’s mission is to accelerate the growth and productivity of IT SMEs through extensive networking, as well as to promote market development. In this context, strengthening Germany’s position as a location for business is particularly important to the association. This is why BITMi cooperates with Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and gives small and medium-sized IT businesses their own voice there.
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Important decision-makers from businesses throughout the region gather at the business club organized by the Wirtschaftszeitung Regensburg newspaper.
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#cnetz is a non-profit association that takes a position on digital policy issues and makes its expertise available to elected officials at the federal and state level. #cnetz does not require its members to be affiliated with a political party, but they share a common view of politics that is based on civic values. #cnetz believes that digitization is one of the central challenges to the future viability and ongoing advancement of life together – socially, culturally, politically, and economically. In this context, #cnetz regards data security and mutual trust as fundamental principles of a globally connected, digital society.
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The Cybersecurity Council of Germany was founded in August 2012. The Berlin-based association is politically neutral and aims to advise companies, government agencies, and policymakers on cybersecurity issues and strengthen them in the fight against cybercrime. The Cybersecurity Council of Germany provides information and support to its members through a wide range of services and aligns its activities with their operational and business needs.
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The DCSO German Cybersecurity Organization was founded by German companies for German companies – in response to the asymmetrical threat of globally organized cybercrime and industrial espionage. It offers German businesses a protected and completely manufacturer-agnostic platform to collaborate. Here, companies can share information about cybersecurity threats with each other, but also with authorities and research institutes, and jointly develop effective strategies and solutions to prevent, defend against, and respond to such threats.
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The Federal Association for IT Security (TeleTrusT) is a network of excellence with national and international members from the worlds of industry, government, consulting, and academia, as well as related partner organizations. Due to its wide range of members and partner organizations, TeleTrusT is the largest network of expertise in the field of IT security in Germany and Europe.
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The Munich Security Network is an association of leading stakeholders, organizations, and research institutions active in the field of information and cybersecurity from around the greater Munich area. Its aim is to promote industrial collaboration through joint research and innovation projects. Its members meet regularly to discuss current challenges facing the sector with governments and research institutions.
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The Economic Council (Wirtschaftsrat der CDU e.V.) is a national German business association founded in 1963 that currently has approximately 12,000 members. It represents the interests of the business community vis-à-vis policymakers, public authorities, and the general public.
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