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The Quantum Threat: Options for Migrating to Quantum Safe Cryptography

What are my quantum options? And what has Goldilocks’ porridge got to do with it? You’ve heard that eventually you’ll need to migrate to quantum-safe cryptography. Perhaps you’re raring to go. And yet, here I am, ready to tell you one thing: don’t do anything yet. Your options really depend on your quantum problem, but if you’re looking to migrate your cryptography today, you’re moving way too soon.

The Best And Easiest Ways To Secure The Data In Your Company

The business world has changed drastically in the last 20 years. Almost all of the important data is now online. This can be pretty useful, but it can also be dangerous. Why? Well, as the business landscape changed, so did the business espionage. Malicious people online are trying their very best to steal sensitive and confidential data and sell it on the market.

Easily Enable Encryption: Secure Cloud-native Development Series

Build secure cloud-native applications by avoiding the top five security pitfalls we lay out in our Secure Cloud-native Development Series. This blog is the fourth part of the series, and it will teach you why and how to easily enable encryption and save yourself headaches down the road. Here's a new motto: encrypt everything! When securely moving to cloud-native technologies, building encryption in from the start will save us a lot of headaches later.


What is a Code Signing within the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)?

Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is a fundamental backbone, empowering the seamless use of cutting-edge technologies like digital signatures and encryption across vast user populations. It encompasses a comprehensive suite of hardware, software, policies, processes, and procedures, working harmoniously to create, manage, distribute, use, store, and revoke digital certificates and public keys.


Cryptographically Relevant Quantum Computers (CRQCs) & The Quantum Threat in 2023

What is the quantum threat, and is it real? The boy who cried (quantum) wolf: being honest about the threat and what it means for you A cryptographically-relevant quantum computer (CRQC) is a quantum computer that can run algorithms to crack or weaken existing (so-called “classical”) cryptography. Today, I’ll explain when — or if — this CRQC is likely to exist, what the real threat is, and how it might affect your data and assets.


Secure Your Digital Footprint: Unleashing the Power of Email Encryption

In the digital realm, email communication has become the standard form of communication in our personal, work, and education. Due to the information we consistently send via email, they could easily fall into the wrong hands if left unprotected, bringing about dire consequences such as identity theft and financial losses. To avoid such nightmares, you can use a temporary email to keep your email safe from spam or an encrypted email to protect the contents of the emails you send.


Implementing TLS in Kubernetes

As cloud technology continues to evolve, the demand for Kubernetes is skyrocketing. As a result, security has become a top priority for developers looking to protect their application data. That's where Transport Layer Security (TLS) comes into play. TLS is essential for ensuring a secure connection between your applications and the internet. TLS leverages asymmetric and symmetric cryptographies to keep your data secure in transit and at rest.


The Secret's Out: Researchers Reveal Backdoor in Emergency Radio Encryption

For over 25 years, a technology utilized for vital data and voice radio communications globally has remained under wraps, preventing in-depth testing for potential vulnerabilities. However, a small group of researchers in the Netherlands has now shed light on it, uncovering significant flaws, including a deliberate backdoor.


Unveiling the secrets: Exploring whitespace steganography for secure communication

In the realm of data security, there exists a captivating technique known as whitespace steganography. Unlike traditional methods of encryption, whitespace steganography allows for the hiding of sensitive information within whitespace characters, such as spaces, tabs, and line breaks.

Encryption Backdoors: Balancing Security and Privacy

Join us in this thought-provoking video as we delve into the heated debate surrounding encryption backdoors. Should technology companies be compelled to create backdoors in their encryption systems to enable surveillance and facilitate investigations? We explore the arguments for and against this contentious issue, considering the need for security while preserving individual privacy. We also address concerns about government overreach and historical instances where privacy has been compromised. Learn about executive orders such as EO 1227 and the implications they have on mass surveillance and privacy rights. Engage in the conversation and share your perspective on this crucial topic that impacts us all.