Digitalisation is rapidly on the rise, with more content being moved to the cloud. This increases the quantity of data that needs protection worldwide. Data protection and data security are crucial for all companies. Single database hacks – with the breach at the Marriott hotel group being a recent example of how unprotected data can affect millions of customers at once. A massive data breach relating to corona emergency aid packages in Italy also made headlines recently. One casual glance at botnets carrying out attacks in real time on a world map will leave your head spinning. A cynic might be tempted to say: either you’ve been hacked before, or you just don’t know it yet. In other words, mere theoretic demands for data protection don’t cut it. Instead, the focus should be placed on technical and organisational ways of realising data protection – that is, on data security.
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