Today’s backdoors are tomorrow’s vulnerability.
– Jacob Ginsberg, Senior Director, Echoworx
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Metadata about who you are contacting, presented bulk, is incredibly sensitive," Jacob Ginsberg, Sr. Dir. Echoworx told the E-Commerce Times. "It's nothing to be scoffed at."Read Full Article
Yahoo’s user accounts hack a stark reminder of need for post-breach security risk strategies: Expert
According to Jacob Ginsberg, senior director at Echoworx, “good enough” doesn’t cut it when it comes to cybersecurity.Read Full Article
Jacob Ginsberg, Senior Director at Echoworx among professionals offering analysis "If you do the bare minimum now, this won’t do you any good in six months’ time. Using strong encryption and salting passwords should be prerequisites for any organization handling sensitive information."Read Full Article
“Good enough” is not good enough when it comes to security. Yahoo! Breach is yet again an example of how organizations are woefully outgunned and unprepared for the continuing onslaught of cyber threats, as Jacob Ginsberg, senior director at Echoworx told Information Age.Read Full Article
Jacob Ginsberg, senior director at Echoworx said, “The NOA report further highlights the hypocrisy surrounding data security in the UK.Read Full Article
FBI trying to look further into our houses than ever before. Echoworx agrees adult conversation is needed, and requests invite list include industry experts, legal scholars and security specialists, to have their voices heard.Read Full Article
Echoworx, argued that European lawmakers need to remember that cyber-surveillance is no different than old school wire-tapping.Read Full Article
When securing emails, encryption would seem like the first go-to defense. But many often shun the technology. Echoworx speaks to the "new generation of encryption"Read Full Article
Part one of a two-part series. Echoworx, warns that organizations' email weaknesses expose outside counsel to a "spillover risk,"Read Full Article
Echoworx tells @itworldca "A law of this kind would criminalize privacy, and it would be unconscionable for a democratic society."Read Full Article