Are you ready for the GDPR?
Boolebox allows companies to meet their privacy and data protection obligations.

What companies have to do to comply with the new data protection rules

May 25, 2018 will mark the beginning of a new era in data security.

All companies will have to comply with the new data protection regulation (GDPR).

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) unifies and strengthens laws and standards regarding processing and storing of personal data in the European Union
and applies to the personal data of EU citizens anywhere in the world.
All BooleBox solutions, both Cloud and On-Premises, meet GDPR requirements: with our cryptography systems your company will never have problems with loss of personal data.

Why comply with the GDPR?


  • Know where data are stored
  • Keep only necessary information
  • Define data security controls
  • Reassess security and data loss prevention policies
  • Guarantee right to data erasure
  • Obligatory compliance as of May 25, 2018
  • Fines of up to 20 million euros or 4% of annual income for non-compliance.
  • Review company’s personal data processing procedures
  • Improve company efficiency
  • Protect company reputation: all GDPR violations are reported
  • Improved security against hacking
  • Improved data security means better protection for customers, increased trust, more business.

Security of user data

One of the main elements of the GDPR is rules regarding the security of user data.
Having data encryption systems is one of the most effective ways to enhance protection against hackers.

By choosing BooleBox
– Cloud, On-Premises or Hybrid –
you enjoy military-grade encryption for all your files and e-mails thanks to:

Advanced encryption systems applying both to communications and user personal data storage;

The user’s ability to order the deletion of his/her personal data at any time thanks to technical measure that ensure the “right to erasure” embodied in the new GDPR;

 Separate data storage thanks to advanced encryption techniques that allow aliases, boosting security because users cannot be identified even in the event of a security breach;

 Storage of user personal data within the European Union.

Public administration new minimum ICT security measures

Data protection also becomes law in public administration.

The Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale (AgID) has issued the official list of “Minimum measures for ICT security in public administration”.
These measures are designed to protect public administrations against cybercrime by equipping them with appropriate technological, organizational, and procedural systems.