Teamwire has completed the Consensus Assessment Initiative Questionnaire (CAIQ) in the latest version 3.1. of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) for its business messaging app to demonstrate compliance with all major IT security standards and best practices.
As a result of the corona crisis, the need of enterprises and public authorities for digital communication solutions has increased significantly. Messaging apps, collaboration tools and video conferencing solutions are mainly required to enable effective collaboration even in the home office.
The use of WhatsApp as part of shadow IT is very common in enterprises. This actually affects every industry, sector and function as well as the entire public sector.
Teamwire interviews attorney Katharina Mitterer to discuss in detail the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Last week two critical security threats, called „Meltdown“ and „Spectre" were made public, that exploit common features of modern microchips.
With the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect in May 2018 for all enterprises in the European Union, we currently get increasing enquiries for Teamwire from businesses that seek a secure enterprise messaging app.
A German court ruled that WhatsApp violates the data protection law and WhatsApp users can be warned theoretically.
Teamwire was awarded the Trusted App seal by MediaTest Digital. The iOS and Android apps of Teamwire thereby show compliance with German data protection and security guidelines.
To ensure strong data protection and compliance with the DSGVO, companies should implement a secure enterprise messaging app before the DSGVO becomes effective. We present the necessary features of a secure enterprise messaging app.