Social service providers can now also host data covered by the social service data secrecy in the Open Telekom Cloud as standard. To this end, Deutsche Telekom has made a company-wide commitment to maintain the social service data secrecy in accordance with Section 35 of the German Social Code I (§ 35 SGB I).
Migration to the hybrid cloud: What is the starting position in your company? Do you employ the right experts or does your company lack the necessary know-how? Take the check.
After the failure of the Privacy Shield, for a long time it was unclear to companies and the public sector how data exchange with countries outside the EU could take place in a legally secure manner. Now the EU has presented new contractual clauses that offer guidance. What is important now and how EU clouds can help.
Secure and compliant: Telekom develops chat and voicebots based on the technology of its partner Cognigy. And operates them securely in the C5-approved Open Telekom Cloud. Now the solution has become one of the first to pass the BSI test for trustworthy AI.
Security fences with anti-climbing protection, drone detection, and a quarantine station for hardware: Johannes Krafczyk, Datacenter Innovation Specialist at T-Systems, provides insights into the physical IT security at T-Systems' high-performance data center in Biere near Magdeburg.
Fewer dependencies, more innovations: GAIA-X, the initiative for a European cloud, is taking shape. More than 300 companies are already committed to an independent, European data infrastructure.
Since spring 2018, the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has applied in all EU member states. The most important questions about the current data protection law for companies at a glance:
Citizens and companies should be able to communicate with the public administration more quickly and efficiently. The Online Access Act is intended to ensure this with digitalized processes. How this works and why the public cloud is a building block for a flexible IT infrastructure for the federal, state, and local governments.
New location in productive operation: The Open Telekom Cloud's twin-core data center in Amsterdam offers geo-redundancy, as well as GDPR- and regulatory-compliant data processing. The highly-secure data center is powered 100 percent by renewable energy.
The Open Telekom Cloud can be used by professional secrecy holders within the meaning of § 203 of the German Criminal Code (StGB) for the storage and processing of information requiring special protection. For this purpose, Deutsche Telekom provides an agreement on the protection of secrets in accordance with § 203 StGB.