data privacy

Data privacy: who’s protecting the data?

Data privacy: who’s protecting our data in the cloud? It’s hard to detect the responsible for such a big matter as data privacy. Mainly because they are spread all around the world. Today we are going to see how the Privacy shield works. In order to better understand how the data flux between US and

GDPR infographic

GDPR Infographic

Here you can find the most detailed GDPR Infographic available. The perfect tool to have a 360° view of the new data privacy regulation. What becomes necessary for companies? Which are the key areas to support? Who are the players? Everything you need to know is here!

Raoul Chiesa

Raoul Chiesa interview on Swascan features

Raoul Chiesa interview Here you can listen Raoul Chiesa interview: one of the top 10 cybersecurity experts discussing our platform and data privacy. How can you protect yourself? In order to assure to your business the best tool available, Swascan together with Raoul Chiesa himself, developed a special cybersecurity platform. It is completely in Cloud, Pay per Use and SaaS.

Raoul Chiesa

Raoul Chiesa: the most famous italian hacker

Raoul Chiesa “Known” as Nobody in the eighties and nineties, Raoul Chiesa starts his web aventureat the age of twelve. In the first place, he sneaks into militar and governative institutions and banks too. Internationally famous, he affirms his role and shows his skills sneaking into Banca d’Italia in 1995. Shortly after, SCO (Central Operative

GDPR guide

GDPR guide: Swascan explains the changing scenario

Cybersecurity: GDPR a new element to consider GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will be effective from May 25th 2018 in all EU countries. This regulation imposes a strict code regarding EU citizens’ data. A GDPR guide is necessary. To 18 months from the effectiveness, a lot of companies are not prepared yet. According to a

NY rules

NY rules might change the CyberSecurity game.

NY rules Due to the complexity of the security technology, IT specialists are finding it more difficult to explain senior officers how security strategy works. Ponemon Institute polled IT specialists as part of a study. They found out that 67% of those interviewed agreed that their companies‘ strategy “is too complex to explain to senior executives.”