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Data protection: Are your databases GDPR-compliant?

Good data protection management is the hygiene factor of IT resilience. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in force in Germany and throughout Europe (EU) since May 25, 2018 - the cleaning order for your resilience apartment, so to speak. The GDPR regulates how companies handle personal data.

Gartner – Quick Answer: How to Effectively Prepare for NIS 2

"The EU's NIS2 Directive expands its scope and requirements to achieve a higher level of cybersecurity controls for critical infrastructure. Affected security and risk management leaders need to assess the new changes to ensure their organization meets its obligations by October 18, 2024." How can security and risk management (SRM)

7 actions to significantly improve your data protection and security standards with and after COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic is and remains the biggest challenge on many levels for people's health, for the global economy and also for the security of companies. It is essential for IT managers to adapt to the effects of the pandemic in order to develop an appropriate strategy for greater resilience.

Business continuity management with GRASP in practice

Business processes are no longer conceivable without IT. The enormous digitization dynamics and the associated increase in requirements require a suitable management tool for modern corporate management. With digital management systems, you benefit from synergies thanks to a consistent structure. You enjoy digitized documentation (forget Excel!) and gain clarity.  

Information security according to ISO 27001 with GRASP in practice

Across all industries, the challenges for companies and their IT organizations in terms of protecting know-how, data and business processes are becoming more numerous and at the same time more complex than ever. With increasing digitalization and growing networking, the risk potential has risen rapidly. Disregarding known and new IT

Risk management as part of the information security management system (ISM)

Risk management focuses on the future of your company and serves as a tool for identifying potential risks to information security. Measures are also defined to counter these risks. Even if not all eventualities can be mapped (see coronavirus pandemic), the principle of “to be prepared” applies. Risk management consists

Organizational resilience: why it is so important for corporate IT

You don’t need to be active in the underground or have a little Latin to come across the term “resilience”. Either you have something to do with psychologists from time to time, you have read our white paper “IT resilience” or you are among IT experts. The word has its

7 tips for your business continuity management

We define BCM as a management process that identifies risks, threats and vulnerabilities that could affect ongoing operations. Business continuity in the event of an incident provides a framework for building organizational resilience and the ability to respond effectively and efficiently. Keep things running with these seven tips. 1. Rely