Blog: Digital Communication

19. July 2017
Keys of a Computer Keyboard in Close-up

Done any tricks today? About Email missunderstandings and half-truths (part 2)

When it comes to the delivery of standard e-mails, employees have little faith in the technology. How often is the phone grabbed simply to ask “has my e-mail arrived?”. And for good reason, because even if no error message is received, the e-mail may still not have been delivered. Some […]
13. June 2017
Young man at his laptop writing an e-mail.

Done any tricks today? About Email missunderstandings and half-truths (part 1)

In this series, which will be published at irregular intervals, we will take a closer look at the subject of “e-mails”, in particular which effects the one or other half-truth might have and, most recently, which facts could put employees and possibly also companies in a difficult position.
24. May 2017
Sichere digitale Kommunikation

Prevent identity theft and data misuse

Cyber criminality and identity theft have now become one of the strongest growing forms of crime on the Internet. The hackers attack on the recently elected French President Emmanuel Macron demonstrates that attempts are being made to steal confidential, intimate and strategic information in order to compromise individuals, parties or […]
5. May 2017
GDPR

Two words which may cost you a fortune: Data Breach

While eBay, JP Morgan Chase, Yahoo and many others suffered from attacks directly on their servers containing millions of personal data records, it also happens daily to unprotected and insecure email correspondence.
11. April 2017
Datenschutzgrundverordnung

Are you ready for GDPR?

The regulation was adopted on 27 April 2016. It enters into application 25 May 2018 after a two-year transition period. Important to know: UK’s Government has confirmed that the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union will not affect the commencement of GDPR.
14. March 2017
Security bei E-Mails

Oscar Mix-up – Lessons Learned

When the 2017 Oscar for “Best Picture” was mistakenly awarded to “La La Land” in front of 33 million live viewers, you could practically feel the embarrassment radiating from all parties involved. For the executives of PricewaterhouseCooper (PwC), the company in charge of tallying votes and assuring the utmost secrecy […]
1. March 2017
Sicherheit bei E-Mails

“Who Said What When” is at the Center of Most Disputes

Most would agree that “who said what when” is at the center of most disputes. In today’s email-centric world, many turn to their “Sent Folder” or “Inbox” to demonstrate who said what when. They may forward these emails to the people with whom they are in dispute, or may print […]