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Fabasoft AG is an Austria-based holding company operating in the software solutions area. The Company’s product portfolio includes, among others, Fabasoft Folio, a software for content governance; Fabasoft DUCXdev, a use case based development environment for Content Enabled Vertical Applications, Fabasoft DUCXtest, a use case based test environment for Content Enabled Vertical Applications; Fabasoft app.strudl, which measures and documents the objective usability of software in the form of key figures such as response time and availability; Fabasoft Mindbreeze Enterprise, a tool for searching of unstructured information in e-mails, files and documents throughout the enterprise; and Fabasoft eGov-Suite, which realizes digital business processes in the public sector. As of March 31, 2010, Fabasoft AG operated through 11 wholly owned subsidiaries in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Italy and the United States; and two majority owned subsidiaries in Austria. 

http://www.fabasoft.com
Address
Honauerstrasse 4
Linz, 4020
Austria
+43-732-6061620 (Phone)
+43-732-606162609 (Fax)


New data protection as a major export success
    
Vienna, April 28, 2016 – At Fabasoft’s well-attended TechSalon, the successful data protection activist and challenger of Facebook, Max Schrems, discussed the consequences of the new European data protection regulations on the economy together with lawyer Rainer Knyrim, partner at Preslmayr Rechtsanwälte, and Fabasoft CEO and host Helmut Fallmann.

The panellists agreed that a lot of preparatory work was lying ahead of businesses before the new General Data Protection Regulation would come into effect in the spring of 2018. Owing to the worldwide desire for the respect of privacy, the experts were nevertheless regarding the strict European rules on data protection as a future competitive advantage for the European economy. Max Schrems compared the EU-US data protection agreement (“Privacy Shield”) to a “pig brushed up with a bit of lipstick”, without any legal value for data protection. In the end, the agreement would once again be taken to the European Court of Justice.

More than 150 people attended the Fabasoft TechSalon, among them were Univ.-Prof. Reinhard Posch, Chief Information Officer of the Austrian Federal Government; Alois Bürger, EVN; Sophie Figlmüller, Dräger Austria; Judith Leschanz, A1; Rolf-Dieter Kargl, Research Institute (RI); Manfred Pecha, Siemens; Maria-Theresia Stadler, Österreichische Kontrollbank; Helmut Steiner, Frequentis; Martin Zeiner, Telekom Austria, as well as Leopold Bauernfeind, Fabasoft CEO.

 
 
 

 

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