Why is NGS important for the GDPR?
Encryption is important for GDPR regulation as it is one of the appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure a risk-adjusted level of security in the processing of personal data. The GDPR requires organisations to protect the personal data of EU citizens and ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information.
Antivirus, firewalls and other security barriers are not enough.
The only way is to protect the data at the root, and NGS does that.
NGS is a security system, protecting your messages and files:
1 Ransomware and other Malware – hackers take over your computer and steal all your data.
With NGS your data is always safe. NGS makes the stolen data unusable because it is encrypted.
2 A device (computer, phone, tablet etc.) is stolen from you, and the thieves hold your sensitive data, banks, cell phone numbers, passwords etc.
With NGS your data remains secure even if your device is stolen. NGS makes the stolen data unusable because it is encrypted.
3 Your private messages can be seen by Colleagues, Secretaries, IT Managers etc.. with NGS your messages remain absolutely private. NGS makes the data unusable because it is encrypted and unreadable.
Do you think these are not current problems?
“There are 2,244 cyber attacks a day, which is over 800,000 attacks a year. That’s almost one attack every 39 seconds.” the problem is absolutely current….
Source: University of Maryland and ACSC
The annual global cost of cybercrime is estimated to exceed $20 trillion by 2026. (Cybersecurity Ventures)
Cyber attacks of 2,244 are happening every single day. (University of Maryland)
There were 236.1 million ransomware attacks in the first half of 2022. (S)
71% of organizations worldwide were victims of ransomware attacks in 2022. (Cybersecurity Ventures)
Organized crime is responsible for 80% of all security and data breaches. (Verizon)
Ransomware attacks occur every 10 seconds. (InfoSecurity Group)
71% of all cyber attacks are financially motivated (followed by intellectual property theft and then espionage). (Verizon)