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With post-quantum 512bit strength, ZIPcrypt for Windows is the clear security alternative to WINZip. When it comes to file-based encryption and data security, there is absolutely no competition.

The much anticipated (Summer 2019) release of ZIPcrypt includes Android and IOS native versions that enable simple user-controlled encryption features specifically designed for mobile devices. In addition to securing images and mobile content, the Android/IOS renditions include the strongest encryption mechanism ever created for secure video chat, text messages, and peer-to-peer file sharing. Mobile ZIPcrypt and Windows ZIPcrypt are designed to work seamlessly together, linking device and desktop.

Cybersecurity Trends For 2019 – The Escalating War Against Encryption, Privacy, And Security

By Richard Blech  December 20, 2018 The year 2018 saw the opening salvos of a Cold War. One...
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Secure Channels CEO Comments on AT&T Breach

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Secure Channels and Access Smart Partner to Create an End-to-End Solution for Data Security

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How to Avoid the Top Three Causes of Data Breaches in 2019

What's the price of unprotected IT infrastructure? Cybercrime Magazine says that global damages will surpass $6 billion as soon as 2021. Here we'll go through some of the most frequent and emerging causes of data breaches in 2019 and see how to address them in a...

Google confirms ‘quantum supremacy’ breakthrough

Google has officially announced that it’s achieved quantum supremacy in a new article published in the scientific journal Nature. The announcement comes exactly one month after it initially leaked, when Google’s paper was accidentally published early.Did you enjoy...

NordVPN confirms it was hacked

NordVPN, a virtual private network provider that promises to “protect your privacy online,” has confirmed it was hacked. The admission comes following rumors that the company had been breached.Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author's...

We asked a hacker to try and steal a CNN tech reporter’s data. Here’s what happened

I share, therefore I am. I am the kind of person who posts Instagram photos (filtered, of course) from my vacation. I am also the kind of person who tweets about buying an overly-expensive piece of furniture because I fell for a sleek online ad about how it would...

Newsrooms, let’s talk about G Suite

There are many legitimate reasons to give administrators this far-reaching ability to organize and retain user data, such as compliance with legal requests. All of this logging and retention functionality may also help your organization’s administrators monitor for...

In the last 10 months, 140 local governments, police stations and hospitals have been held hostage by ransomware attacks

The attack starts, innocently enough, with an email. But when someone clicks the link inside, hackers quickly take over. CNN's Tina Burnside, Kevin Collier, Pierre Meihan, Faith Karimi, Eli Watkins and Zachary Cohen contributed to this story. Did you enjoy this...

Cloud Breaches Like Capital One Will Strike At Self-Driving Cars

The news has covered yet another breach of systems security that involves the theft of massive amounts of data, in this case impacting an estimated 100 million customers of Capital One Financial Corp. In the past, the public might have reacted vociferously in outright...

Siemens-Poneman Study: Cyber attacks on power utilities are growing in numbers, complexity

The cybersecurity risks against critical power infrastructure seems to be worsening, as a new study indicates that 56 percent of respondents reported their companies suffered one or more shutdowns or loss of operational data per year. Did you enjoy this article? Then...

Hack Breaks PDF Encryption, Opens Content to Attackers

Researchers in Germany have invented a new hack that can allow someone to break the encryption of PDF files and access their content  — or even forge signed PDF files under certain circumstances. Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author's...

‘Harvesting Attacks’ & the Quantum Revolution

Stockpiles of stolen information sitting in foreign databases are ready to be exposed the minute there's a working quantum computer in five to ten years. The time to act is now. The Information Age replaced industrial equipment with data. Did you enjoy this article?...