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Cloud 9 for data defenders

Data guardians will feel like they’re in seventh heaven with the iDGARD cloud application from Unison GmbH. After all, during CeBIT 2016, it is receiving one of the first data protection certificates to be granted under the Trusted Cloud Data Protection Profile (TCDP) developed by experts sponsored by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs (BMWi).

04 Mar. 2016

It's something companies and public institutions urgently need - a secure cloud application to help teams work together efficiently across organizational boundaries. According to Munich-based IT security company Uniscon, the cloud application iDGARD should fit the bill perfectly. In the future, users will be able to check at a glance how secure their data will be in a cloud application. How come? Well, because at CeBIT 2016 iDGARD is receiving one of the first ever data protection certificates in line with the Trusted Cloud Data Protection Profile (TCDP), as developed by experts sponsored by the BMWi.

The certificate officially confirms that data will be very safe in this cloud and that iDGARD is therefore a secure solution for collaboration in teams. Indeed, the digital project rooms can be used for more than just jointly storing data - they support secure communications for sending messages and even chatting. iDGARD lets users set up project rooms in just a few clicks and invite internal users and external partners straight away. The project manager for each project room can decide which team members get which rights, while industrial spies are left out in the cold, as access to sensitive content and metadata is protected by purely technical measures.

Uniscon GmbH (80992 Munich, Germany), Hall 7, Stand B62