oneclick AG participates in the Alliance for Cyber Security
The objective of the alliance is to increase cyber security in Germany and strengthen the resilience of the business location Germany against cyber attacks. In order to achieve this, IT security competencies are to be developed further in German organisations.
As part of the alliance, BSI works closely with partners and multipliers to jointly increase cyber security. “For us, the advantages of the cooperation with the Alliance for Cyber Security are access to daily updates regarding the current position on cyber threats“, explains Mathias Meinke, CTO of oneclick AG. “We receive important background information and useful solution ideas for safety measures. In addition, there is also a continued experience exchange with other experts.“
oneclick AG joined the Alliance through its German subsidiary OC Development GmbH. oneclick develops and operates an Application Delivery and Streaming Platform, which is available as a service. It allows the delivery of applications and desktops for the user as a stream in a central, 100% web-based workspace from any server location. The oneclick™ platform supports companies to increase mobility, productivity and security.
You can visit https://oneclick-cloud.com for more information about the Application Delivery and Streaming Platform of oneclick AG and to register there for a test account.
oneclick AG with headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, and an innovation motor in Prien am Chiemsee, Germany, is specialized in the development of a platform for the automated and secure deployment of digital workspaces. The goal of oneclick AG is to play a major role in shaping and improving end user computing. oneclick AG has been founded 2015 and has 25 employees.
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