Today is one of those days that we have been looking forward to. Today we commence a new sprint of the development of GDPR Logger for IBM Notes. The version will be called version 1.4. In this sprint we have chosen to focus on supporting more operation systems.
As always, the sprint starts with the team getting together and evaluating both customer and internal feature requests.
In this and the next sprint, we will be focusing on supporting additional operation system, so we can offer our solution to all operation system, that are supported by IBM Domino, including AIX and AS/400.
GDPR Logger for IBM Notes version 1.3 is a small, but important update. It contains both encryption and security against tampering with log files.
In this version we are encrypting the generated log files. The reason we chose to address this issue was really good input from one of our business partners. They ask a question, we had yet to ask ourselves: “How do you secure the files that contain log information?”. This was a very good question, which ending up becoming a part of the features in version 1.3. (more…)
On May 25, 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect. With it comes a host of new rules about how companies, organisations and public authorities must handle personal data in the future.
The Personal Data Regulation applies to all companies that handle EU citizens’ personal data. It also involves companies outside the EU that offer goods or services to EU citizens. (more…)
GDPR Logger for IBM Notes is out now in version 1.2. In this sprint we have focused on performance tuning and graphical design of the configuration database.
In connection with the new General Data Protection Regulation, which becomes enforceable 25 May 2018, we have chosen to rename our well-known product, Notes Logger, to GDPR Logger for IBM Notes. Because this is precisely what it does. It registers all use of the IBM Notes platform, regardless if you use Notes Client, an internet/Web portal or e.g. Traveler. (more…)