Posts Tagged 'encryption'

The universal truth about secrets? They almost always tend to get leaked. This was the case for a cross-platform messaging app, which flaunted the privacy offered by a “Secret Chats” messaging feature. This messaging app describes itself as a privacy-oriented app, intended for sending encrypted personal or business secrets without storing them to memory. However, […]

Since the dawn of the mobile era, there has been a continuous fight for an increase in the security measures taken to protect user’s data sent through mobile apps. When various mobile messaging apps began rolling out encryption, it came as no surprise that consumers and security aficionados rejoiced. After all, encryption is more or […]

I just read though the 2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) which was made available on Verizon’s Enterprise site this week. Wow, 1,367 confirmed data breaches! It’s good to know that there are tools available to help prevent these incidents. And it’s our job to help businesses deploy these tools in a cost-effective and […]

Try all we might to develop the perfect data protection and management solution, there will always be those that will not avail themselves to it for one reason or another. We keep striving to develop technologies and features that move the needle, but that doesn’t guarantee 100% adoption. But that is okay. We have to […]

Some would say that if encryption isn’t becoming ubiquitous, then it should be! Data breaches are in the news nearly every day now. Last week it was reported that in 2013, payment card data breaches jumped 5-fold, representing around 740M records exposed. Deploying encryption on a broad basis would at least help to reduce the […]