Data Protection

Clearing the Cache

Clearing the cache: deleting the browser’s cache

Information is often cached so that visited website can be loaded quickly and videos and gifs can be viewed offline. However, if the cache contains a large, or very large amount of data, it can cause problems and adversely affect computer performance. Therefore, it makes sense to delete the cache from time to time.

E-mail marketing trends

E-Mail marketing trends 2020: ideas for the New Year

To ensure that your newsletter campaigns continue to be effective in the future, you shouldn’t miss these e-mail marketing trends in 2020: more automation possibilities, new design options, stricter data protection, and things that are made possible thanks to artificial intelligence. In our article on this year’s newsletter trends, we explain what you should look for in your future strategies and...

Gain users’ confidence with a privacy policy

Getting a privacy policy for your website

An important part of a website that many operators underestimate is the privacy policy. This notifies the site visitors what information they are disclosing about themselves and what this data will be used for. But what kind of information should this declaration contain and what has changed since the new General Data Protection Regulation law and the Data Protection Act 2018?

What do EU cookie laws mean for you?

EU cookie laws and how they affect your business

Cookies can be helpful business tools, but they often toe the data protection line dangerously. As a result of this tendency towards uncertainty, the EU has introduced a new cookie policy to protect its users. The new policy makes opt-in procedures compulsory, because the user must provide their consent every time. What do website operators need to pay attention to in order to be compliant?

ePrivacy Regulation: About the EU’s privacy policy

ePrivacy regulation is on the way! What do you have to expect?

The EU plans to significantly tighten data security online: With the ePrivacy regulation, the collection of personal data should only be allowed following explicit allowance. At this point, it’s not certain what exactly will be included in the ePrivacy regulation: We’ve consolidated for you here what we already know. As website operators, it makes sense to inform yourselves now as to which changes...

The best Google Analytics alternatives

The best Google Analytics alternatives

Website tracking is very important in online marketing to be able to see how users are interacting on your site. The first choice is normally the tracking tool offered by the search engine, Google. But for data protection reasons, more and more users are looking for alternatives to Google Analytics. There’s a great selection of web analytics tools – we will examine applications with similar...

E-Mail encryption with PGP

E-mail encryption: how PGP secures the content of your e-mails

Online privacy is a sensitive issue that affects experts and amateurs alike. Whether you’re posting on social networks, carrying out banking transactions, or buying from an online store, your data is not always sufficiently protected. The same applies to e-mails. Don’t let cyber criminals get their hands on your content by encrypting your e-mails.

OAuth

OAuth & OAuth 2: data usage across platforms

The “pathway to hell” – this is how Eran Hammer-Lahav once called the security protocol OAuth 2.0, on which he himself had worked for years. Others, however, use the service without issue. It enables users to use data and functions across multiple platforms in multiple services – for example, with the convenient single sign-on – using secure API authorisation. But how exactly does OAuth2 work and...

Protect sensitive data with a strong password

Optimal password protection: how to choose a strong password

It only takes a few seconds for a hacker to gain access to your private data without you having any idea. More often than not, a password is the only means of protection when logging into online services; and if it is too obvious, it will not prove too much of a challenge for criminals to crack. There are numerous options to increase password security.

What is the EU-US Privacy-Shield?

EU-US Privacy Shield: What the replacement for Safe Harbour means for us

In the end, it is evident that personal data transfer to the U.S. will continue to be an uncertain field for companies. The transfer of data to the U.S. remains within the framework of the currently applicable regulations rather than a legal grey zone. The companies concerned are advised to closely monitor any developments in data protection law. At the beginning of 2017, the EU Justice Commission...


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