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IT Security Act 2.0 comes into force

After the IT Security Act 2.0 (IT-SiG 2.0) was passed by the Bundestag at the end of April and approved by the Bundesrat in May, it entered into force on 28 May 2021. The focal points – as already known from earlier drafts – continue to be that the...

8 success criteria for data protection

Three years ago, the General Data Protection Regulation revolutionised data protection, but it also created a great deal of uncertainty in its implementation. There were concerns that even the smallest violation would be punished with draconian fines. Entire professions, such as photographers, saw their existence threatened. As a result,...

SSL certificates: now combined audits according to eIDAS/ETSI and WebTrust – TÜV TRUST IT cooperates with public auditor Crowe FST

Providers of SSL certificates and trust services benefit from combined audits – two standards, one audit run. Business is booming for providers of SSL/TLS certificates. After all, website operators have had to ensure an SSL/TLS-secured connection to their users’ browsers for quite some time. All established browsers, Google Chrome,...

dhpg and TÜV TRUST IT found joint venture

A specific bundling of competences for more cyber security in medium-sized companies Cologne, 16th March 2021: The name of the newly founded joint venture between dhpg IT-Services GmbH (dhpg) and TÜV TRUST IT GmbH Unternehmensgruppe TÜV AUSTRIA (TÜV TRUST IT) is Certified Security Operations Center GmbH. The aim of...

The good feeling of really making a difference: How a chief information security officer can provide security not only for IT, but also for people.

In times of digitalisation and Industry 4.0, the supervision and continuous development of information security in a company is becoming increasingly relevant. A chief information security officer (CISO) usually has the lead responsibility in this area. Allegra Berger has held this position at TÜV TRUST IT since May 2019....

Completely in confidence: Certification as a recurring constant

A certification objectively pays lip service to a company – namely, compliance with national and international standards and procedures in the respective field as well as continuous improvement of its own processes. A certificate is the result of a successful assessment by an independent third party, for example a...

Accessible surfing on the internet

Accessibility on the Internet not only benefits people with temporary or permanent impairments, it also brings tangible economic advantages. The WACA initiative and TÜV AUSTRIA accompany companies, organisations and institutions on the way to making their own websites accessible to everyone without restrictions. In the Corona pandemic, the internet...