It is common knowledge today that significant threats to data and network security affect both individuals and businesses, and they are growing. Here's an overview of the cyber security and compliance challenges facing SMBs today and the actions companies must take to address them.
Cyberattacks on Industrial Enterprises
Source: Bitkom (May 2018)
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The new Basic
Data Protection Regulation
The European Union (EU) wants to strengthen the rights of EU citizens with regard to data protection with the new Basic Data Protection Regulation. In particular, it is intended to counteract the collection of personal data. The new Regulation applies to any person and any entity of any size who collects and processes personal data of EU citizens. This primarily affects service providers who are dependent on this data (including data processors of all kinds, but also third parties such as cloud providers).
The Basic Regulation also establishes many new framework conditions for companies, which will be punished with fines for non-compliance (up to a maximum of EUR 20 million or up to 4% of the total annual turnover worldwide).
The new Basic Data Protection Regulation has been in force since 25 May 2018. AppMatrix is aware of this and is already developing according to the conditions of the DSGVO.
The following innovations
are particularly relevant for development:
A function for anonymisation/pseudonymisation of personal data should be available.
The software should contain functions that support the user in the evaluation of personal data.
The development process should take into account the requirements of data protection. Data protection-friendly default settings must already be activated on the software side.
Encryption procedures used must be comprehensibly documented. For this purpose, the software must contain authorization concepts that enable the use of the software in companies.
Data protection regulations must be transparent and visible in order to guarantee users the highest possible overview.