Data Encryption and Technology

People, process and tools is the oft cited Iron Triangle of Data Privacy.  To deliver the tools side of the Iron Triangle DigiTorc have partnered with several best of breed suppliers to provide data encryption and intrusion detection solutions at every price point.


Our key Technology Partner for Encryption technologies is ESET, an award winning Global company, with a local presence.  With an Irish HQ in Waterford since 2009, this Czech company is a solid partner.

For IT services we partnered with Prevos, an award winning company who have a nationwide reach from their Galway HQ. Prevos offer installation and more importantly support services.

GDPR regulations don’t specify any particular technology or standards. The language is principle based and talks about “state of the art”. This means that there is no single solution which will fit for all organisations. Talk to us about a custom solution for your business.

  • GDPR: encryption, pseudonymisation and anonymisation – security as a Russian doll The deadline on May 25th 2018 has passed, and even though the GDPR legislation has been public for well over a year, most businesses and organisations are only now beginning to realise that it actually applies to them too. The private sector is playing catch-up and brand-owners arriving late are grappling to get their heads around ...
  • GDPR for IT equipment suppliers The data controllers carries primary responsibility, along with any data processors to protect the data subjects under GDPR.  Businesses who sells IT equipment even if that equipment processes personally identifiable data have far less stringent obligations.  However to remain competitive offering GDPR compliant features makes good business sense. This normally involves development in two areas ...
  • 3 Free Information Security tools Part of GDPR is protecting users’ data, businesses are obliged to think about privacy when designing systems. Protecting data is also common sense.  Who would deal with a business that can’t reliably store data? This post is about using some practical (and free) tools to reduce risk for a small business. In the world of Information ...
  • Big Data : The New Oil or Nuclear Waste? We have been told that big data usage will differentiate successful businesses from failures.  That is probably true, but not only as “the new oil” driving innovation.  Perhaps data is more like nuclear waste, it costs a fortune to store and when it leaks…..? The new oil arguments for using big data are well known: increasing ...