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IT security through network segmentation

IT Security through Network Segmentation

Being on the safe side on the Internet But how should an SME actually go about securing these digital assets? In our new series “Ecovis Tech Tips”, we introduce different concepts and solutions to help you step up your cybersecurity efforts and pr...
GDPR tracker

Ecovis recommends: The GDPR Enforcement Tracker

GDPR Regulations The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force in May 2018. Since then, it has caused quite a few waves in the business world. For the first time in history, all EU member states have unified rules that businesses ...

German SMEs and the Trade War between the US and China

German-Chinese Trade There is no country as important to German enterprises as the Middle Kingdom: In 2018, the two countries reached a trade volume of EUR 199 billion Euro (USD 225 billion) – making China Germany‘s biggest trade partner for the thi...

Ecovis at the DCW seminar: Starting a business in Germany

On July 3, 2019, the German-Chinese Business Network hosted a full-day seminar for Chinese investors and entrepreneurs in Krefeld. ECOVIS contributed a presentation on "Setting a business in Germany". After a welcome address by Krefeld´s mayor, Ms. Z...

IoT in China: Opportunities and Risks for German SMEs

Legal framework of the Internet of Things (IoT) The State Security Law (SSL) and the Internet Security Law (ISL) restrict commercial use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in China. Article 2 of the SSL protects not only the territo...

Trend: Internet of Things (IoT)

IoT is one among many buzzwords bearing witness to digitization in our daily lives. This is not only true in the West, but also in China where IoT plays an ever more important role. In 2018, IoT related sales grew by more than 73 per cent. So what´s ...
Computer Picture ICP License Article

ICP License: How to provide online services in China

China’s ICT (information and communication technology) environment is very different in the way it is regulated and managed compared to other countries, such as Germany. The most common challenge for multinationals wishing to provide online or servic...

China’s Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Regulatory Environment

China’s Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Regulatory Environment 1. Background Prior to 2017, China had the world’s largest cryptocurrency market—with 80% of bitcoin, the world’s leading digital coin, transactions conducted in yuan1. Despite clampdown...