July 30, 2013
File-sharing security features are popping up following IT backlash over rogue services, but there is still work to be done.
AES Get Started
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The Advanced Encryption Standard or AES is a symmetric block cipher used by the U.S. government to protect classified information and is implemented in software and hardware throughout the world to encrypt sensitive data. Continue Reading
Learn details for employing Amazon S3 encryption features. Expert Dave Shackleford compares S3 encryption to other cloud provider offerings. Continue Reading
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Is Apple iMessage encryption strong enough to mitigate reverse-engineering attacks? Learn more about one of the top iMessage security risks. Continue Reading
Enterprise laptops are easily lost, stolen or compromised, so a mobile security policy should address how they access data and enterprise networks. Continue Reading
Although AES is free for any use public or private, commercial or non-commercial programs that provide encryption capabilities are subject to U.S. export controls. Expert Michael Cobb reviews the limitations. Continue Reading
Problem Solve AES Issues
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Will Gigabit Wi-Fi significantly alter network security, or will it mean business as usual? Expert Brad Casey discusses the new 802.11ac standard. Continue Reading
Can a secure symmetric key encryption algorithm be used in hash function cryptography? Learn more about these data encryption techniques. Continue Reading
See which encryption method uses digital signatures, symmetric key exchanges, bulk encryption and much more in this Diffie-Hellman vs. RSA showdown from expert Michael Cobb. Continue Reading