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ZIPcrypt Review: A Revolutionary Encryption Tool

ZIPcrypt Review: A Revolutionary Encryption Tool

By SoftwareSuggest We’re living in a hyper-digital era and never before has cryptography attained such massive importance in our lives. Organizations all over the globe have realized the value of encryption tools to ensure that their data is protected in transit and...

Six Reasons why Encryption isn’t working — Guardtime

Six Reasons why Encryption isn’t working — Guardtime

Close to 95% of all enterprise networks have already been compromised by external attackers. Only 3 percent of U.S. organizations felt safe against insider threats. The loss of intellectual property from Fortune 500 firms alone has been described as the largest wealth...

Equifax’s Data Breach Costs Hit $1.4 Billion

Equifax’s Data Breach Costs Hit $1.4 Billion

Credit reporting giant Equifax has spent nearly $1.4 billion on cleanup costs as well as overhauling its information security program following its massive 2017 data breach. Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author's website.

Is Your Encryption Flexible Enough? – Cyber Defense Magazine

Is Your Encryption Flexible Enough? – Cyber Defense Magazine

The science of modern cryptography utilizes mathematics as the basis for transforming information into an encoded secret that cannot be decoded or translated without the correct key. Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author's website.

HTTPS Isn’t Always as Secure as It Seems

HTTPS Isn’t Always as Secure as It Seems

Widespread adoption of the web encryption scheme HTTPS has added a lot of green padlocks—and corresponding data protection—to the web. Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author's website.

Toyota Reveals a Second Data Breach

Toyota Reveals a Second Data Breach

Watch for updates on this developing story. Toyota Motor Corp. has reported its second data breach in the past five weeks. The latest incident, revealed Friday, may have exposed data on as many as 3.1 million customers. Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full...

Quantum computing will break your encryption in a few years

Quantum computing will break your encryption in a few years

Quantum computers – those that use the principles of quantum entanglement and superposition to represent information, instead of electrical bits – are capable of performing certain types of calculation orders of magnitude more quickly than classical, electronic...

Nielsen warns US ‘not prepared’ for foreign cyberattacks

Nielsen warns US ‘not prepared’ for foreign cyberattacks

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Monday called for the U.S. to take on a “whole of society” approach to combat cyber threats, saying the U.S. “is not prepared” to handle hackers backed by other countries. “It’s not just U.S. Did you enjoy this article?...

These Are the Worst Corporate Hacks of All Time

These Are the Worst Corporate Hacks of All Time

As business processes and personal information move online, the number of data hacks is growing. Some are minor and go undetected, while others are so major that they can put an entire company at risk. Hacks ranged from a few million records exposed to several...