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GDPR Assessment: How can I assess my Compliance?

GDPR Assessment The GDPR Assessment is a compliance assessment in terms of GDPR, the new Data Privacy  European law. As a matter of fact, companies have a growing need: they need to be compliant. To this end, a GDPR Assessment is necessary. This assessment, however, not only provides for indicators showing your compliance level but it Read more »

Wi-fi Security: WPA3 is not hacker proof.

Wi-Fi Security? It’s time. Wi-Fi Alliance launched WPA3. It will certainly ensure a higher CyberSecurity level and, as a consequence, it will benefit users both in terms of privacy and GDPR Compliance. However, WPA3 does not make wireless networks hacker proof. First of alla, let’s have a look together at the features and benefits of WPA3. Read more »

GDPR Compliance: Swascan – top provider of GDPR services

GDPR Compliance Nowadays, GDPR Compliance is a really hot topic. As a matter of fact, there is a lot of data supporting this idea. The market related to GDPR services is estimated around 750 million dollars in 2017. Looking ahead, this amount is going to grow and grow and in 5 years it should get to 2.6 billion dollars. The Read more »

DDOS Distributed Denial of Service: what is it?

DDOS: introduction DDoS: Distributed Denial of Service. Whenver connections overload a server, there’s no more the chance to start new connections. This situation takes place when a lot of compromised systems send at the same time data traffic to the target system, causing its crash. Such an overload could make a server, a website or an online Read more »

DOS Denial of Service: what do you need to know about it?

DOS: introduction DoS stands for “Denial of Service” and this term, in the CyberSecurity field, specifies a failure due to an illegal attack. The resources of an IT system run out because of the just mentioned attack, this leads to the impossibility from the system side to erogate the service to the clients who require it. The Read more »

Swascan on the stage of the #Digital4Her event

Digital4Her Swascan attended the “Startup worth growing” pitching session as part of the #Digital4Her event last 19th of June. As you already know, it has been a great pleasure an honour for us. This opportunity allowed us to pitch Swascan in front of a super-qualified jury, other 9 great start-ups and the European Commission! Digital4Her: Read more »

IP address: introduction and explanation

IP address: introduction You can visualize the IP address or “internet protocol address” in the graphic interface as a numerical label. It allows to univocally identify a host (which is a physical device such as a computer, a printer, a router or a smartphone). The host is connected to a network that uses the internet Read more »

Digital4Her: Swascan will attend the event by the European Commission

Digital4Her – Bruxelles Swascan is pleased to announce its attendance to the pitching session “Startup worth growing” as part of the Digital Single Market Digital4Her event. We are glad to attend such a prestigious event that will take place in Bruxelles. This invitatation to the women-only Digital4Her event testifies how hard Swascan is focusing its efforts on the right Read more »

CyberSecurity for SMBs: an issue to face as soon as possible

Cybersecurity for SMBs CyberSecurity for SMBs is a growing and growing need because enterprises are no longer the only target of hackers. However, hackers succeed in their attacks both because of: their skills; the lack of knowledge of the employees. As we briefly mentioned before SMBs need to implement their CyberSecurity measures because companies are one of the Read more »

Data processing: introduction and explanation

Data processing: definition The fourth article of the new European legislation ( GDPR ) describes data processing as follows: “any operation or set of operations which is performed on personal data or on sets of personal data, whether or not by automated means, such as collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, Read more »