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
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.
Swascan will be part of this event First thing first: SMAU – where and when? Very easy: from 24 to 26 of October 2017 in Milan, Italy! We are in FieraMilanoCity, pavillon 4, stand B24. We strongly believe that these matters should be acknowledged by anyone who’s involved in a business. That’s why Swascan gives
Swascan and its will to innovate Since the beginning Swascan tried to innovate and grow side by side with its main competence. Our company focused on its core technology to develop something new, something easy to use and understand and something that would keep up with the innovation around. Offering a user friendly cloud-based solution that
What about us? September is an important month for us. No doubt about that, and this is testified with our attendance to the most important European CyberSecurity conference: CyberTech Europe 2017. Come to visit us! Swascan will be in the Innovation Pavillon in CyberTech Europe 2017, and present the product to the most important cyber people of the
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
Equifax data breach It should be easy for a victim to shut down the card, get new credentials and avoid losing money when a credit card is stolen. The real problem emerges with data that cannot be changed. Such as Social Security numbers or personal information. That is what happened in the recent cyber-attack that
Hackers force companies. Their cybersecurity expense grows constantly. Recent hacks highlighted the weaknesses of cybersecurity measures in many companies. Starting from this, as a lot of recent reviews show, companies started thinking about their own cybersecurity tools. The result is obvious. The amount invested in cybersecurity grows along with their concerns of other attacks (look
UniCredit hack: another challenge We know which is the target. This is fresh news. UniCredit hack represents the newest challenge to face. Immediately after the attack, there is not a lot of information available. What do we know? Attackers should not have any access to data that can move money. They don’t have any password
Sweden leak: and it’s a disaster! How can it be so bad? It can… And it’s even worse than you think! Swedish Transport Agency (Transportstyrelsen) is responsible for a massive accident (see the Equifax breach): the Sweden leak. Basically, the information leak concerns all of the country sensitive data. It goes from transporters data to military secrets.
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
Petya Petya is the name of the new worldwide threat that hit a lot of organization all across Europe and US. It spread through several large firms. Here we have a few examples: the advertiser WPP, food company Mondelez, legal firm DLA Piper and Danish shipping and transport firm Maersk. This is not the first