- Cloud-Based Security Services
- Private Cloud Computing
- Application Security as a Service
As part of TÜV SÜD’s Digital Transformation strategy, Uniscon specialises in maximum-security cloud applications and solutions for privacy compliant data communication.
The products represent a quantum leap in online security: The patented Sealed Cloud invention ensures maximum security. It provides all the benefits of cloud computing, such as scalability and full flexibility, yet without compromising security.
With the Sealed Platform Uniscon invented a trustworthy cloud platform for applications and data with the highest demand on IT security. The unique Zero Trust / Privilege Architecture protects data and applications with all technical means to prevent unauthorized access during transit, processing and at rest.
Sealed Platform encapsulates and runs virtually any application and instantly provides physical plus logical security and helps to meet regulatory compliance requirements through security by design and by default.
It is the trust anchor for secure application delivery and is capable of operating as a private, hybrid or public cloud platform.
Uniscon GmbH, expert for cloud applications and solutions that ensure secure and legally compliant data traffic, celebrates its tenth anniversary. The company belongs to the TÜV SÜD Group since 2017 and is part of their digitization strategy. Uniscon's solutions are used to exchange sensitive data by organizations, such as those in the finance, insurance, healthcare and industry sectors.
A £183m fine was not what the directors of British Airways (BA) had been expecting. Owing to the GDPR, data breaches can end up being quite expensive— something the UK airline is now discovering for itself1 . And this figure doesn’t even quantify the loss of image! You may recall that in 2018 details of about 500,000 customers had been harvested by hackers. Now, almost a year later, BA is being forced to pay up—and the data theft is costing it a pretty penny! Companies that use the services of Indian tech service provider Wipro and thus violate their data protection obligations are also facing severe penalties2 . Since 2017, the IT supplier has increasingly been the target of cybercriminals, who home in on Wipro’s customers, among them Internet providers, insurance companies, and energy utilities. What is the common denominator in these two cases? Weaknesses in the supply chain—a risk that many suppliers and companies underestimate. But how to avoid them?