EQUIIS CEO and founder discusses why cybersecurity alone is not enough to protect private data

Updated: Mar 18, 2019

By Derek Roga

2019 is set to be a landmark year in the ongoing balancing act between businesses extracting the maximum amount of data they can, and still respecting the privacy of their users. Data Privacy Day that took place on the 28th January and was first marked back in 2008 to honour the signing of Convention 108, an international treaty, concerning privacy and data protection. It’s now a day that is internationally recognised and is particularly relevant and significant at a time where many companies are facing scrutiny for their misuse of data.

Last year, we witnessed the introduction of major legislations, such as The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that came into effect for the purpose of providing individuals and businesses with information and tools to safeguard their privacy. Despite this, we’ve still seen major players like Facebook and Google being fined for their casual and often relaxed attitudes towards protecting personal data. 

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EQUIIS Technologies Switzerland AG was founded by a group of mobile and encryption entrepreneurs and pioneers with a shared history working with some of the world’s largest enterprises and telecommunication operators. We share a vision of bringing to market a cohesive, purpose built end to end secure enterprise communications platform with proven encryption technologies. EQUIIS is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, for more information visit www.equiis.com.