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How End-to-End Encryption in Messaging Apps Benefits Your Business

Encryption means converting data (in the form of plain text) into a code that is unreadable by humans to prevent unauthorized access. There are many types of encryption, and they include encryption in transit, encryption at rest, and end-to-end encryption. Among them, end-to-end encryption is probably the best for communication services.


What are the Differences Between Encryption and Signing? Why Should You Use Digital Signatures?

While we have all used digital security certificates like SSL/TLS, code signing certificates, or others, many don’t know the security technology behind them. Stringent security standards ensure that the cyber threats looming around us never get to our digital systems. Due to such threats, there’s a constant advancement happening in data security technology to protect sensitive information. Encryption and Signing are two methods used widely for data security.


Data Encryption Methods & Types: Beginner's Guide To Encryption

Data encryption is one of the many ways organizations can protect their data. Encryption turns plaintext (readable data) into ciphertext (randomized data), which requires the use of a unique cryptographic key for interpretation. In other words, encryption is a security measure used to scramble data so that it can only be read by authorized personnel.


Email encryption - the ultimate guide in 2023

Enterprise email encryption is a must-have security tool for anyone who wants to safeguard data that’s in transit. The truth is, there are numerous types and technologies available to help you with this, but what you need for your business ultimately depends on how seriously you want to take the protection of your own, and your clients’ or customers’ data.


3072-bit Key Length: Additional Strength to Code Signing Certificate

As data is becoming a critical asset and data breach incidents are increasing, the software is becoming a primary factor for both. And for securing it, Code Signing Certificate is a primary component software publishers use. Developers have recently been utilizing certificates with a 2048-bit key length. But, in 2021, a new policy was enacted, directing CAs to issue Code Signing Certificates with a 3072-Bit Key Length. The primary aim of defining such a standard was to strengthen security.


Enterprise data encryption - the ultimate guide in 2023

There’s no denying that the market for data encryption solutions is multifaceted and broad. But, it must be in order to keep up with modern security gaps and evolving threats. In this article, we’ll tell you about what enterprise data encryption is, why you should care about it, some of the different types of data encryption, and how SecureAge takes a unique approach to effectively protect enterprise data without compromising existing workflows or requiring a tech overhaul.


Disk vs file encryption - which is better at Data breach prevention?

Data encryption is a bit like insurance - we all know we need it (a necessary evil you might say), but it’s difficult to decide what we need to protect, and with an increasing amount of options out there, it’s a mission in itself to find the right provider. That’s probably why when we take out insurance we tend to only get coverage when we feel it’s absolutely necessary – for example, for our property, our cars and when we travel.


Exploring the differences between symmetric and asymmetric Encryption

Data encryption goes back to ancient civilisations that used forms of message concealment, in peace as well as in wartime. The Egyptians used Disordered Hieroglyphics, the Greeks Steganography, the Spartans Scytale and the Romans, the Caesar Shift Cypher. While these basic methods laid the foundations for modern cryptography, what has evolved are two fundamental approaches based on complex mathematics: symmetric and asymmetric encryption.