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18. dubna 2017 | This twelfth installment of the Global Encryption Trends Study, conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Thales e-Security, reveals both deployment plans and pains associated with increasingly aggressive cloud and data protection strategies. KEY FINDINGS Strategy and Adoption of Encryption Trends in Encryption Adoption Threats, Main Drivers and Priorities Deployment Choices Encryption Features Considered Most Important Attitudes About Key Management Importance of Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) Budget Allocations Cloud Encryption Číst dál...
09. dubna 2017 | Security is a top concern for the Internet of Things, as essential as low power consumption, affordability, and wireless connectivity. Because IoT devices are optimized for low power consumption and affordability, many have less than optimal computing resources. The good news is there are several options for using cryptography to make it more difficult for hackers to highjack your living room webcam, video doorbell or car. Číst dál...
09. dubna 2017 | One of the most famous more recent quotes about the nature of money is by the fictional Baltimore drug dealer D´Angelo Barksdale in the US series The Wire: “Money be green…” he says, “money feel like money!”, reacting to a scam where a buyer has passed poorly counterfeited bills. Money feels like money… except when it doesn´t. Money of the future will no longer be bills and will not be the digital money of today, either. Scientists at Palacký University in Olomouc have demonstrated that in all likelihood it will be quantum, ultra-secure and impossible to clone. Číst dál...
06. dubna 2017 | Security experts call on firm to refuse certificates for domains containing popular brand names. MORE THAN 15,000 SSL certificates have been issued to PayPal phishing sites, according to research from The SSL Store. Číst dál...
06. dubna 2017 | Intelligence agencies are going to find new ways to get access to information stored online. The discussion about how law enforcement or government intelligence agencies might rapidly decode information someone else wants to keep secret is – or should be – shifting. One commonly proposed approach, introducing what is called a “backdoor” to the encryption algorithm itself, is now widely recognized as too risky to be worth pursuing any further. The scholarly and research community, the technology industry and Congress appear to be in agreement that weakening the encryption that in part enables information security – even if done in the name of public safety or national security – is a bad idea. Backdoors could be catastrophic, jeopardizing the security of billions of devices and critical communications. What comes next? Surely police and spy agencies will still want, or even need, information stored by criminals in encrypted forms. Without a backdoor, how might they get access to data that may help them solve – or even prevent – a crime? New backdoor laws for encrypted apps? Europe eyes options but expects a fight Backdoor access to WhatsApp? Rudd´s call suggests a hazy grasp of encryption The Great Crypto Diversion Číst dál...
06. dubna 2017 | Security Innovation’s embedded security division, OnBoard Security, a leader in automotive, embedded, and IoT cyber security, announced it is placing all of its NTRUEncrypt patents in the public domain, so that they may be freely used without license or any other restriction. In addition, the company announced that it is encouraging offers to purchase the patent portfolio for its popular quantum-resistant signing algorithm, pqNTRUsign. Číst dál...
06. dubna 2017 | The European Commission will in June push for access to data stored in the cloud by encrypted apps, according to EU Justice Commissioner Věra Jourová. Speaking publicly, and claiming that she has been pushed by politicians across Europe, Jourová said that she will outline "three or four options" that range from voluntary agreements by business to strict legislation. The EC´s goal is to provide the police with a "swift and reliable" way to discover what users of encrypted apps have been communicating with others. Číst dál...
17. března 2017 | The new Google Cloud Platform service will allow enterprises to create, use and rotate encryption keys to protect their data, company says. Číst dál...
17. března 2017 | In response to an unprecedented level of espionage and cyber attacks aimed at compromising critical government IT infrastructure-from networks to applications-the federal government last year announced new standards. Regulations have been enacted in 2016 to apply these standards to federal contractors and their subcontractors. Číst dál...
17. března 2017 | GoDaddy: Due to a software bug, the recently issued certificate for your domain was issued without proper domain validation, and in accordance with industry standards as a Certificate Authority, we will need to revoke your certificate as a precautionary measure. The certificate will be revoked today (January 10) by 9pm Pacific Time. The software bug that created the issue has been remedied. We continue to closely monitor our system. Číst dál...
17. března 2017 | No really. Insurer´s details on 60k people lost forever. A UK insurance business has been fined £150,000 for its lax security practices after a hard drive containing customers´ unencrypted information was stolen. The hard drive disappeared from the offices of Royal & Sun Alliance insurance (ironically it prefers the abbreviation RSA) back in 2015. Číst dál...
17. března 2017 | The first 2017 Levchin Prize recipient was the creator of said encryption, Joan Daemen. Along with his collaborators, Vincent Rijmen and the Keccak team, they are responsible for the development of the AES block cipher and the SHA3 hash function. Daemen was immediately followed by Moxie Marlinspike and Trevor Perrin, who were awarded the 2017 Levchin Prize for their development of the Signal protocol used to encrypt messages in communication systems. Číst dál...
17. března 2017 | Der Schreck der Antiviren-Hersteller hat wieder zugeschlagen: Google-Forscher Tavis Ormandy hat diesmal Schwächen im Umgang mit SSL-Zertifikaten bei Kaspersky aufgedeckt. Und das nicht zum ersten Mal. Číst dál...
09. března 2017 | The encryption codes that safeguard internet data today won´t be secure forever. Future quantum computers may have the processing power and algorithms to crack them. Nathan Hamlin, instructor and director of the WSU Math Learning Center, is helping to prepare for this eventuality. He is the author of a new paper in the Open Journal of Discrete Mathematics that explains how a code he wrote for a doctoral thesis, the Generalized Knapsack Code, could thwart hackers armed with next generation quantum computers. Číst dál...
09. března 2017 | Google, Microsoft and Mozilla say they won´t trust anyone who hasn´t migrated. One in five websites (21 per cent) are still using certificates signed with the vulnerable SHA-1 hash algorithm, according to a new survey. Reliance on the obsolete hashing technology leaves companies at greater risk of security breaches and compliance problems, certificate management firm Venafi warns. Venafi´s latest study shows there has been improvement since November 2016, when a third (35 per cent) of websites were still using SHA-1. Číst dál...
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