Posts Tagged ‘encryption’

Securing your business data with native encryption

Securing your business data with native encryption

Cybercrime is on the rise like never before, and so are the new regulations designed to protect enterprise and personal data. Headlines generated by the recent TalkTalk hack reinforced data security as an urgent issue for businesses. Unprotected data can lead to irreparable brand damage, loss of customer trust, legal liability and lost revenues.

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Encryption: a potted history of secret codes, cryptography and encrypting

Encryption: a history of codes, cryptography and encrypting

In April 2015, Sandvine, the internet analysis company stated that 29.1 percent of Internet traffic was encrypted at the time, but by the end of 2016 they expect 64.7 percent of traffic to be encrypted – and this trend only continues to grow. The largest provider of blogging software, Wordpress, has just announced that they are rolling out SSL encryption and standard for all Wordpress sites.

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How smart is your data encryption and key management?

How smart is your data encryption and key management?

Tim Compston, Features Editor of SecurityNewsDesk, sits down with V. Miller Newton, President and CEO, of PKWARE – a leading provider of enterprise level smart encryption – and his colleague Matt Little, Product Development VP, for a round table discussion on what the future holds for data encryption and key management.

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“Cyber security isn’t working – security breaches are inevitable.”

"Cyber security isn't working - security breaches are inevitable

Paul German insists it is time to face up to the futility of breach detection and protection alone, and that organisations must make a change to avoid the fate of the organisations that have recently hit the hacking headlines. Too many companies are being breached; and governments globally are recognising the need to invest heavily to protect vital services and infrastructure.

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Using ‘bring your own encryption’ to secure cloud based data

Using ‘bring your own encryption’ to secure cloud based data

Using ‘ bring your own encryption ’ to secure cloud based data While cloud computing, virtualisation, and other enabling technologies are integral to the Always-On business, it should not detract from the importance of security. This article discusses how bring your own encryption (BYOE) could reprioritise this for decision-makers By Gregg Petersen, Regional Director, Middle…

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Moral encryption: founder of Wikipedia speaks at IP EXPO

Moral Encryption: Founder of Wikipedia speaks at IP EXPO

Moral encryption: founder of Wikipedia speaks at IP EXPO “Encryption is the only moral thing to do’” says Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia. IP Expo Europe 2015 opened with Wikipedia Founder Jimmy Wales giving a keynote speech titled “Tackling Cyber Security in the Digital Era”. Wales stepped in to replace Edward Snowden who initially had…

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