The IT Security Act 2.0
What has changed with the updated version in the past year? What obligations apply to companies with a special public interest and operators of critical infrastructures (CRITIS)?
You can read more about this in our blog post.
The protection of business interests is one of the highest goods for companies. It is important to prevent data from being unlawfully stolen from the company – be it through hacker attacks or espionage. In addition to internal requirements to protect information, customers, suppliers and partners of a company also have a legitimate interest in protecting their data.
In addition, companies must comply with legal obligations, such as the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation, the IT Security Act, the Federal Data Protection Act or the Act on the Protection of Business Secrets.
Safeguarding business interests through (email) encryption
Hans-J. Giegerich, Managing Director at GP InfoCon, spoke about this topic at “Digital instead of analogue”, BAYOOSOFT’s series of events:
Companies are also victims of cyber attacks on a regular basis. In this lecture, you will learn how you can protect your business interests in the best possible way, not only with the help of email encryption, but also with the help of the Internet.
[presentation in german language]
How does secure email encryption work with gpg4o?
gpg4o uses an asymmetric encryption method for email encryption. This system uses key pairs consisting of a private, i.e. secret, key and a public key. The recipient’s public key is used to encrypt the e-mail.
This can then only be decrypted again with the private key of the recipient. You can find more information on this in the explanatory videos and the IT glossary.