Hyker levererar en mycket intressant produkt som vi tror kan skapa stor nytta i redovisnings- och lönebranschen eftersom många av våra medlemsföretag är i behov av en säker digital lösning för att kunna kommunicera och dela dokument med sina kundföretag.
Valet föll på Hyker och Konfident främst för att lösningen är snabb och enkel att använda. Säkerheten är viktig då Apsia har en förtroendeställning hos sina kunder vilken är viktigt att förvalta. Just därför är kombinationen av enkelheten att använda och den säkra krypteringsteknologin extra viktig.
Ekonomi & Företag är en arena för ekonomer och företagare att hämta ny kunskap via föreläsningar samt i utställningen. De 100 ledande leverantörerna presenterar sina nya produkter och tjänster. Hyker visar den säkra arbetsytan Konfident i monter G:19.
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25 september i Göteborg
Konfident is really easy to use. In this demo video you will see for yourself just how easy it is.
Hyker will soon release two-factor authentication for Konfident on the international market. This is a short video preview of the upcoming release.
“När GDPR kom och vi inte längre fick maila eller lagra personuppgifter någonstans, blir vi alldeles iskalla, precis som säkert många andra … Det var en väldig sten som föll från mitt hjärta när jag fick börja med Konfident” Lyssna till Katarina Ekman, VD Ekman Ekonomi.
LB07 has chosen Konfident as their new platform for all internal communication and secure encrypted file storing. The simplicity of the application in combination with its rigorous security is perfect for this organization, where information is sensitive, both from sports, business and GDPR perspective.
In group communications such as project teams or in client collaboration there is a need to distribute information and files electronically. The information being processed is many times confidential, either from a business or a private data (GDPR) perspective, so protecting that information is essential.
How to take data security into account in data transfers?
How can users take full responsibility for security when it usually is such a technical and difficult problem?
A need to share and transfer information in a secure but user-friendly way
E-mail is easy to use but known to be a relatively poor tool for communication in teamwork. Especially if communication is lively and files are shared and updated frequently. How do you keep track of files? How do you know that all team members have access to and work on the latest version of a file? Also, E-mail is notoriously insecure with the information usually transported and accessible in clear text on the delivery route. It’s even so bad that it’s regarded as safe as a postcard by security professionals. In fact, it’s even far less secure than a postcard, an email can live and be searchable forever. At least a postcard can be easily discarded or permanently destroyed after being read.
There are many encrypted mail systems available but they usually require you to completely change your legacy systems, not only you but all organizations and users that you are collaborating with. And, even if you do change it all, you still have the problem with knowing that everyone has up-to-date files.
So, if we forget e-mail, nowadays the actual transfer method in most modern software solutions, regardless of the tool, is encrypted and secure. That is if they use common technologies for protecting the communication channel. You still have to trust the service and storage since the protection is just in the transfer link (hop-by-hop security). Therefore, what specifically should be taken into consideration in your data transfer process, is the security of the application and data storage provider and the ease-of-use of the tools to meet your needs.
Often, the security debate revolves around technical issues – whether they are protocols, encryption technologies, access control technologies, or processes developed to control human behavior. However, it should be remembered that just as important, although often forgotten and compromised, is that the only security worth anything is the one that actually is being used. Naturally, the technical solutions in the background must be rock solid, but if the tools are too confusing, full of unnecessary functions that users do not understand and the use of the necessary features require excessive training, then even the most technically advanced products will never be fully utilized and data security suffers.
An example of how it should be done is the secure workspace Konfident, where user experience and functionalities are intuitive and reduced to a minimum, and the strong end-to-end security is almost invisible on the surface. The user has full control over what they share and to what team through the simplified user interface.
The FC Rosengård ladies’ football team is one of the best teams in Europe (seeded as number 5 in this years UEFA Women’s Champions League); as well as a world leader when it comes to developing professional football for women.
As a leading club, their information is highly sensitive, especially so during the Silly Season where players are recruited and traded. A lot of money is at stake when next years team is put in place by Team Director Therese Sjögran.
FC Rosengård has chosen Konfident as their new platform for all internal communication and document storing, like contracts, scout reports, etc. The simplicity of the application in combination with its rigorous security is perfect for this organization, where information is sensitive, both from sports, business and GDPR perspective.
“Our need to control information and rumors during the Silly Season when we are recruiting new players is extremely important, and this is what initially drew our attention to Konfident. But, after some testing, we realized that it’s also a perfect tool for our normal day-to-day information sharing and storage, protecting our sensitive information and privacy protected data under GDPR,” says Therese Sjögran.
About FC Rosengård
FC Rosengård, formerly Malmö FF Dam (1970–2007) and LdB FC Malmö (2007–2013), is a professional football club based in Malmö, Sweden. The team was established as Malmö FF Dam in 1970 and has played a total of 35 seasons in the women’s premier division. The team has won the league a record ten times, the latest in 2015. As of the end of the 2015 season, the club ranks first in the overall Damallsvenskan table. (more on Wikipedia)