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Articles for the keywords: encryption
13 Sep 2017 Why End-to-End Encryption is About More Than Just Privacy [66441]
Help Net Security, September 13th, 2017

"The question of whether regular people need end-to-end encryption will surely be debated for quite some time. But for Alan Duric, CEO and co-founder of Wire, the question can only have a positive answer.

As he told the audience at the FSec security symposium in Varazdin, Croatia, end-to-end encryption is about more than just privacy - it is also critical for protecting business data, and our very lives and limbs as the Internet of Things becomes the norm..."
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10 Sep 2017 Bitcoin - Recent Trends In Cryptocurrency [66201]
NEWSBTC, September 1st, 2017

"Over the past decade, the world's financial markets have been characterized by uncertainty, not least in the wake of the global 'great recession' that began unwinding in December 2007. This impacted in many areas, and certainly placed the activities of central banks under increasing scrutiny.

Less than a year after these tumultuous events, the term Bitcoin was first coined, by 'persons unknown', named as Japanese programmer Satoshi Nakamoto. Working outside centralized financial institutions, this digital or cryptocurrency - regulated by encryption techniques rather than fiscal regulations - has now been providing a means to generate personal wealth that is thriving beyond traditional restrictions..." - NEWSBTC
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01 Sep 2017 Bitcoin - Recent Trends In Cryptocurrency [65943]
NEWSBTC, September 1st, 2017

"Over the past decade, the world's financial markets have been characterized by uncertainty, not least in the wake of the global 'great recession' that began unwinding in December 2007. This impacted in many areas, and certainly placed the activities of central banks under increasing scrutiny.

Less than a year after these tumultuous events, the term Bitcoin was first coined, by 'persons unknown', named as Japanese programmer Satoshi Nakamoto. Working outside centralized financial institutions, this digital or cryptocurrency - regulated by encryption techniques rather than fiscal regulations - has now been providing a means to generate personal wealth that is thriving beyond traditional restrictions..."
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29 Aug 2017 A Beginner's Guide To Encryption [65968]
Global Knowledge, August 29th, 2017

"It should come as no surprise that in this modern era of digital data we need encryption. But what exactly is it? How do you know what kind of encryption you need? If you were to ask someone what kind of encryption they use, they may respond with a specific encryption-based product, like full-disk encryption. Or they may mention an encryption-based protocol, like HTTPS (HyperText Transport Protocol over SSL). But encryption is much more complicated than that...."
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28 Aug 2017 Next Generation Firewalls To Become Last Generation Firewalls [65985]
CSO Online, August 28th, 2017

"Hackers - utilizing artificial intelligence and machine learning - will no longer be slowed down by a next-generation firewall alone...

Due to increased end-to-end encryption and the rise of affordable artificial intelligence (AI), your business' security suite needs to evolve to keep up with today's threats. While next generation firewalls (NGFW) still provide a critical component in a business' security solution, they no longer provide a 'one box to protect it all' turn-key solution. Today, hackers, knowing most businesses have a NGFW, focus on application layer attacks and they utilize transport layer security (TLS) to obscure their connections. This evades the defenses provided by a NGFW and requires businesses to either proxy connections at an edge gateway or move security down to the endpoint in order to remain secure..."
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