The BooleBox secure enterprise collaboration platform is now used by the European External Action Service.
The European External Action Service (EEAS), the European Union’s foreign diplomatic service, is to begin using Boole Server's BooleBox, its secure enterprise collaboration platform, at a time of significant change in the data protection landscape.
BooleBox uses a combination of military-grade encryption, personal keys and document monitoring tools to ensure that organisations can keep their sensitive data safe from both external attacks and insider theft.
The EEAS has chosen Boole Server’s platform after a rigorous procurement process in which a number of solutions were considered, with the Italian based Boole Server beating off competition from a number of large Silicon Valley businesses as the best, most innovative, file-sharing collaboration platform.
“Being chosen by the European Institution as one of the information security systems provider is the best recognition for Boole Server’s commitment during the last ten years” said Valerio Pastore, Boole Server’s founder and president. “Our daily mission, proven also by the recent contract signed with the EEAS, is to be a reliable technological partner and to design and develop efficient and innovative software solutions to guarantee compliance with European data protection rules. May 25, which is the enforcement date for the EU GDPR stipulated to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe to protect all EU citizens data privacy and to reshape the way organizations across the region approach data privacy, is just around the corner and we want to be part of this enforcement”.