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New protocol ‘vastly Improves’ AES-256 encryption

New protocol ‘vastly Improves’ AES-256 encryption

By Jean-Pierre Joosting Secure Channels Inc. (Lake Forest, CA) has announced a new, mathematically provable patented PKMS2® protocol that significantly improves the security of modern block ciphers. This latest process protects corporations and government agencies...
New infosec products of the week​: October 13, 2017

New infosec products of the week​: October 13, 2017

CloudAI delivers advanced analytics that leverage artificial intelligence LogRhythm introduced CloudAI, an advanced cloud-based security analytics offering. Initially focused on extending and enhancing LogRhythm’s existing user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA)...
CEO Richard Blech Unimpressed By Google’s Efforts

CEO Richard Blech Unimpressed By Google’s Efforts

Google Debuts ‘Bring Your Own Encryption’ Google has announced a new beta capability: support for customer-supplied encryption keys. The feature lets users create and hold the keys, determine when data is active or “at rest,” and prevent anyone accessing their at-rest...