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WhatsApp Trialing Encrypted Chat Backups?

WhatsApp has been feeling the heat of governments and its users for quite some time now. Be it for the “discriminatory policy” labeled by...

Episode #8: Intel Labs’ Breakthrough Research on Data Privacy and Encryption...

Data privacy is now a big concern, not just for individuals, but also for organizations and governments. There’s data at rest, in transit, and...

New Year Brings New Ransomware Strain “Babuk Locker”

While the world is reeling from the aftereffects of the pandemic, cyberspace is getting infected with the first ransomware strain of 2021. Dubbed as...

Explainers: How Intel’s Homomorphic Encryption Can Process Ciphertext

Data Privacy is a big concern for governments and institutions. There are many debates about data residency, data stewardship, data ownership, and data privacy...

Europol and European Commission Launch New Decryption Platform to Combat Encryption...

Europol and the European Commission jointly launched a new decryption platform to boost Europol’s encryption capabilities during criminal investigations. The innovative decryption platform, controlled...

Google Set to Bring End-to-End Encryption in Android Messaging

Google is finally ready to roll out end-to-end encryption (E2EE) in its latest RCS standard for Android messaging. With this upgrade, Google has taken its...

“Relying heavily on firewalls does nothing against determined adversaries”

Tim Bandos was recently announced as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Digital Guardian. He has over 15 years of experience to the...

Employee Education Singled Out as the Biggest Weakness During the Pandemic

Employee education has been singled out as one of the biggest cybersecurity weaknesses for organizations during the COVID-19 lockdown. According to a Twitter poll...

Trick-or-Treat? SEVEN Endpoint Security Touchpoints to Consider this Halloween

As National Cybersecurity Awareness Month ends on Halloween, it’s the perfect time to remember the stories of the haunted houses, gothic costumes, and scary...

California University Paid $1.14 Mn Ransom for Decryption Key

The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) recently admitted that it paid $1.14 million to cybercriminals after suffering a ransomware attack. In an official...

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