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Why encryption is important in communications

Communications between devices often passes over public networks that have varying risks of eavesdropping and interference by adversaries. While the endpoints involved in a communications session may be protected, the communications itself might not be. 59 more words


SQL Server - Successfully Using Symmetric Keys across databases


In the database world, Table definitions and SQL Query writing is considered an art.
On the other hand, Encryption, broadly speaking Security, can be experientially placed in the science bucket. 3,726 more words


TrueCrypt Has Critical Security Flaws

You may remember last year, the developers of TrueCrypt abandoned it, saying it wasn’t secure and suggesting no one use it. There wasn’t a lot of explanation at the time. 55 more words

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Cloud storage that is encrypted and protects your privacy - the matrix checklist

If you want to use cloud services, then you need to be pretty clever and use at least 2 layers of encryption.
So what are the top 5 questions to ask when considering a cloud provider? 600 more words


ProCodeCG Kids Programming Class 3 Oct 2015 - Encryption Virus

We seriously created an encryption virus today ;) But before that we learned about file i/o. About how to read from a file (per character, per line, or multiple lines). 163 more words


Safe And Anonymous E-Mail Services

We continue our series where we show you how to move anonymously through the Internet and that definitely includes a secure e-mail address. Below we present the best privacy-conscious e-mail providers and our user experience with them. 844 more words


CIOs must Communicate & Lead the Strategic Technology Vision with their C-suite Peers

Today consumer and business digital technology demands require CIOs to ask themselves this key question: How do I help grow the business in an increasingly connected ecosystem where companies are struggling to ensure they stay cutting-edge with rapidly evolving consumer preferences for digital technologies? 426 more words